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  1. 7 Key Traits of Anointed Worship Leaders—the Kind you Need to be - Worship Blog
    September 12, 2016 @ 4:46 pm

    […] don’t bank on their own talent and experience as much as the Holy Spirit. Whether it’s putting together a set-list or delivering a session on stage, their ears are constantly open to listen to the Holy Spirit’s […]

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  2. 7 Key Traits of Anointed Worship Leaders—the Kind you Need to be - Worship Blog
    September 12, 2016 @ 4:46 pm

    […] don’t bank on their own talent and experience as much as the Holy Spirit. Whether it’s putting together a set-list or delivering a session on stage, their ears are constantly open to listen to the Holy Spirit’s […]

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  3. Tony Crocker
    September 28, 2018 @ 5:28 am

    One thing I noticed is not covered here and yet so important. It reflects on the WL having given sufficient thought to the relevance and potential impact of a setlist but equally important respect for the team and their commitment to excellence and available time. The team members need to be well prepared before setting foot on the platform. Being well prepared spiritually is a given and not left to the Green Room. Being prepared in a practical sense i.e knowing the songs, parts and how best to bring their giftings requires so much more than receiving a setlist the night before or even worse at the point of rehearsal. Team members can’t “bring their A Game’ ….an expression all too often used and frustrated by receding setlist say the 11th hour. What is a reasonable notification for a setlist?

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