Posted by Wisdom Moon on 18 October 2017

On this episode, we're joined by Grant Norsworthy (of Sonicflood and Paul Colman Trio) as we dive into the why's and how's of expressing our worship in congregational singing. Find out how to help your congregation sing and sing louder!

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How To Respond To Compliments

"Worship was awesome today!”

“No it wasn’t. God is awesome.”

“Man, you did a great job leading us.”

“No I didn’t. Praise Almighty Jehovah on High!”

Compliments. They come and they go. We love to hear them but we don’t know how to respond to them.

If you are in any form of public ministry (which is basically everyone in ministry) you will be complimented. You will be looked up to. You will be someone’s hero.

To some degree, everyone has a fan club. How do you respond to praise without it getting to your head?