Sacrificing Your Preferences in Worship

In this video from Minus Studio, Nathan and Ronald discuss the importance of sacrificing one’s own worship preferences when leading worship. They discuss how sometimes a worship leader may want to do something in worship that isn’t appropriate or isn’t the best thing to do. Nathan gives an example of how he often sings songs in a lower key than his comfort key to better benefit the congregation. He encourages viewers to join the discussion by sharing their own stories and ways they sacrifice their own worship preferences for the benefit of their congregation.

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YouTube Worship Playlists!

From Worshipflow editor Don Chapman:

I like to listen to Youtube videos/podcasts as I drive around and have wished I could find a good, current playlist of all the top worship songs.

I can’t find any! So I made my own on the Worshipflow Youtube channel!

You’ll find playlists for the top CCLI, Praisecharts and CCM radio hits updated every week.