Presence And Absence

by Ciel Tagaza Worship leading is a ministry of presence.  First of all, it is a service that requires being there physically.  Unlike other ministries where one can fulfil one’s duties from the comforts of the home, or through electronic means of … Continue reading

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Broken Praise

by Ciel Tagaza It is easy to lead worship in front when all is right in the worship leader’s life, because it is only natural to reflect a victorious, glorious and joyful image of God to the congregation if the … Continue reading

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Simplicity

by Ciel Tagaza While the worship experience we worship leaders aim to give the congregation is spiritual and holy, we must not lose ourselves in lofty words and theologizing during worship.  Remember to keep things simple, truthful and relatable.  The goal is … Continue reading

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Flexibility

by Pauline Cauton You’ve got it all planned out in your head: as the piano-strings enter softly and deftly, the drums start out faintly at first, slowly swelling into a steady, nodding beat. The guitar blends in just before the … Continue reading

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