The 5 Best Places Every Worship Leader Should Lead From

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The 5 Best Places Every Worship Leader Should Lead From

I struggled with how best to title this blog. Ever the grammar nerd, I am strongly opposed to ending my sentences with a preposition, but that’s what I ended up with. (See what I did there?)

Perhaps a better title would have been something along the lines of, Worship Leader: When and Where Does That Term Apply? Titles aside, I sincerely hope these next few lines of text speak to you, the worship leader.

I’m a volunteer worship leader at my church, and I couldn’t be happier with the role in which God has placed me.

On some weekends and occasionally throughout the week, I have the unparalleled honor of leading worship from the stage, while during other services, I get to lead worship from my seat (more on this in a moment).

Were this a sermon, I would select Romans 12:1 as the sermon’s text on which these 5 points are based.

Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship.- Romans 12:1

This passage indicates a progressive state, one of constant offering of our bodies as living sacrifices. From a very practical aspect, our worship, which begins at the point in time when we accept Jesus into our hearts, continues on for eternity.

But what does that mean for the worship leader onstage on a Sunday morning? And perhaps more importantly, what does it mean for the worship leader offstage?

So, where do we lead from? Or put another way — when does the term ‘worship leader’ apply?

 

1. Lead from the stage

Worship leading happens both on and off stage, but when we are onstage, it is our job to lead the congregation in worship. We can’t check out, even if we know the song forward and backward.

We have to remain engaged through the entire worship set. We have to engage the congregation with our eyes, with our smile, with the passion in our playing.

It is an opportunity for us to revel in the beauty and the honor of leading God’s people in corporate worship.

 

2. Lead from the seat

On the weekends you aren’t onstage, lead worship from the congregation.

Hear me out here. Once those sitting near you recognize that you’ve been on the stage leading worship, they’re going to watch you — for the entire service. Think they won’t recognize you? Think again.

They want to know if you’re real. They want to know if all that dancing around on stage and raising your hands in worship is all just part of the “show”, or if you’re really worshiping the one true God in complete abandon as you’re up there.

They will watch you, and your actions can help foster an atmosphere of worship.

Keep in mind, your inaction can have the opposite effect.

 

3. Lead from your life

There is no better way to lead others in worshiping Jesus than by living out His love...

Every.

Single.

Day.

Whether you’re at home with the family or grabbing a cup of coffee at the local café, lead worship from every aspect of your life. Worship is so much more than what we do on Sunday mornings, and it is our privilege — scratch that — it is our duty to be worship leaders no matter where we find ourselves.

 

4. Lead from your joy

The joy that fills our hearts as believers can be put into no better words than those of the hymn, Joy Unspeakable.

I have found His grace is all complete,

He supplieth every need;

While I sit and learn at Jesus’ feet,

I am free, yes, free indeed.

With this as our reality, how can we not lead from our joy!?

 

5. Lead from your brokenness and imperfection

In our lives, we will all experience seasons of pain, loss and heartache.

These are the hardest times to lead worship but often (and perhaps ironically), the most rewarding.

Onstage or off, we can use God’s grace, displayed through our brokenness, to point people to Jesus.

Not a single one of us is perfect. We all have imperfections and struggles...and let’s just be brutally honest here — we’re all sinners who need the grace of Jesus Christ in our lives every moment of every day.

Lead from here. Lead from the knowledge that, in spite of our imperfections, God Himself sees us as perfect, holy and righteous…

...and it’s all because of Jesus.

No matter where you come from, always remember where to lead from.

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Dear Worship Leader, Look Around

Dear Worship Leader, look around. Who might your worship be fighting for this weekend?

Every Tuesday night, during rehearsal our team has a Huddle. We briefly talk through the setlist and make any notes and changes before we do a full run through of the service. Then, we spend the majority of the time in culture creation. 

Usually one of our worship leaders or pastors will do a quick word on what they're learning about the Lord and then we break off into groups to pray over each other. 

This particular week, we felt an urgency in the atmosphere to fight a battle in prayer. It was a very specific battle and we all walked into that night feeling it. 

A couple girls were so overwhelmed in vocal rehearsal that we just scratched the technicalities all together and worshipped. Acapella. 

Instead of praying over each other in circles, this night, we prayed over our church family. Every row. Every chair. We prayed and worshipped over their battles, whatever they may be.

We prayed for healing and wholeness.
For courage and fierceness.
We prayed for provision and strength.
We prayed for defense and dedication.
We asked the Holy Spirit to give us names and faces to see and hear as we sought His face on their behalf. 

So when Sunday finally comes, when we look up, look around, we trust that the faces we see and the people we hug might have won some battles this week. Not because of us, but because the war is won in community. It's won in prayer. It's won in surrender. 

"For our struggle is not against flesh and blood [contending only with physical opponents], but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this [present] darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly (supernatural)places. Therefore, put on the complete armor of God, so that you will be able to [successfully] resist and stand your ground in the evil day [of danger], and having done everything [that the crisis demands], to stand firm [in your place, fully prepared, immovable, victorious]."

Ephesians 6:12-13

"They all joined together constantly in prayer..."

Acts 1:14 

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Unity is NOT Uniformity

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Unity is NOT Uniformity

"A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history." - Mahatma Gandhi

Or as Jesus put it, "Father,...I pray...that they may be one, so that the world may believe that You have sent me." (John 17:11-23)

Unity in heart, mind, soul and mission is our goal. But we want to be super clear that "unity" is not the same as "uniformity." 

UNITY : the state of being united or joined as a whole

UNIFORMITY : the quality or state of being, remaining the same in all cases and at all times

Being the same person with the same talents, same characteristics, same ways of thinking, same passions and gifting accomplishes a very small piece of the mission Jesus gave us. 

The distinctive between unity and uniformity, according to the quote above is "unquenchable faith in their mission."

The distinctive according to Jesus is, "so that the world may believe that You have sent me." (John 17:21)

We have a mission. We have an ultimate leader we are all following: Jesus Christ. He did the hard work of determining the end goal we, as Christians, are aiming for: Love God and Love Others.  

In alignment with that mission (which is reassessed and adjusted all the time) are the methods; the HOW of what we do. But Jesus already gave us the WHY. That is unalterable. 

"I have personally come to believe that unity does not have to require uniformity, and I believe that there must be such a thing as healthy diversity in human society and in the Christian world church. I see the world church as the gathering together of a great symphony orchestra where we don't make every new person coming in play a violin in order to fit in with the rest. We invite the people to come in to play the same score—the Word of God—but to play their own instruments, and in this way there will issue forth a heavenly sound that will grow in the splendor and glory of God as each new instrument is added." - Ralph Winter

The other side of this coin is that we are fighting for diversity with the same tenacity we are fighting for unity. 

We are so thankful to have a team, a family, a clan, that brings such an excellent and wide variety of instruments (literally ;) to the orchestra of Shoreline Music. 

Shoreline Music exists to unveil God's love by creative atmosphere of worship for the local church. 

And we're so honored we get to do it with you. ~


MORE VERSES ON UNITY

Col. 3:13-14
1 Peter 3:8
John 13:35
Romans 15:5

Phil. 2:2
1 Cor. 1:10-11
Rom. 15:5
2 Cor. 13:11

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Dear Worship Leader, Look for the Kingdom

It's here. All around. Jesus said, "The time is coming, but not yet here when...."

Meaning it's visible, maybe just a corner or sliver, or section, but it's here ya'll. 

The Kingdom of God is found where love is. Where peace is. Where joy is. 

The Kingdom of God is healing.
The Kingdom of God is salvation.
The Kingdom of God is justice.
The Kingdom of God is compassion.
The Kingdom of God is humility and servanthood.

It's everywhere, but it doesn't appear on it's own.

It's been delegated to you and me, to us together, to proclaim it to people in our corners of the world. 

Jesus sent out these twelve, instructing them: “Do not go among the Gentiles, and do not go into a city of the Samaritans; but rather go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel. And as you go, preach, saying, ‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand.’ Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons. Freely you have received, freely give. - Matthew 10:5-8

"For the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking but of righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit." - Romans 14:27

Being asked by the Pharisees when the kingdom of God would come, he answered them, "The kingdom of God is not coming with signs to be observed, nor will they say, ‘Look, here it is!’ or ‘There!’ for behold, the kingdom of God is in the midst of you.” - Luke 17:20-21

Are you as awestruck as we are? Why God might partner with us on something so pivotal may always be somewhat of a mystery. But it's true. We have work to do friends. 

So as we all prepare for the weekend, leading services and teams and people, let's have this prayer be on the forefront of everything we do. 

Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. - Matthew 6:10

Righteousness, peace, love and joy. 


Want a challenge passage to study further?

He told them another parable, “The kingdom of heaven is like leaven, which a woman took and worked into three measures of flour until all of it was leavened.” - Matthew 13:33

Footnotes from Biblegateway.com:

This is the first time leaven is mentioned in the New Testament. See Ex 12:15 for the first mention of leaven in the Old Testament. The Hebrew word (seor) refers specifically to the leavening agent (as opposed to dough containing it), which today is thought of as yeast, a type of fungi. In Jewish thinking, leaven was symbolic of impurity and corruption. Jesus used it as a symbol for the corrupt and hypocritical teachings of the Pharisees and Sadducees (see especially Luke 12:1; cf Matt 16:11; Mark 8:15), but He also used leaven’s ability to permeate a mass of dough many times its own size as an illustration of the spread of the kingdom of heaven as here and in Luke 13:21.

 

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Trust is an Enigma

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Trust is an Enigma

Trust is an enigma, it's almost always preceded with a great amount of fear but once you engage it, it'll set you free

I was a girl who was told having her own babies was probably never gonna happen. And now, 5 years later, I have a toddler and a five month old  (and I'm not even sure how that one happened...) 

The doctors gave me a diagnosis that shattered my world, but God always works at a different capacity from this world.

Listen, I'm not saying that when you bring your needs to God he will fill them how you want them.

What I am saying is, when you bring your needs to God, He fills them in a way that will cause you to know Him and love Him and trust Him even more than you do right now in this moment. 
 

Whatever you're carrying around today give it to Him. 

Someone today needs to know God is their defender.

Someone today needs to know God is their provider.

Someone today needs to know God is their ultimate healer.

Someone here needs to know God still love you. No matter what. 

Trust Him at His word when it says, 

For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing, will be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 8:38-39

He's not messin' around.

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Dear Worship Leader, You are Not Your Talent

"The sufficiency of my merit is to know that my merit is not sufficient."

— St. Augustine

Your identity is not "worship leader", it's "child of God".
Your identity is not "worship leader", it's "saved by grace."
Your identity is not "worship leader", it's "servant leader."

If we find ourselves digging our heels into a false identity, we will also find ourselves right smack in the middle of a fractured, wandering and discontent culture. 

Jesus called you. He shaped you. He equipped you. He placed you. Don't hand over the keys to your corner of the Kingdom, for the sake of the greatest lie in history: It's all about you. 

The Enemy wants some of us to fear failure. He wants others of us to deny it. 
The Enemy wants some of us to fear prideful appearances. He wants others of us to embrace it.
The Enemy wants some of us to fear our calling, and still he wants others of us to miss it. 

God called you. Not your gift. Not your talent. He called YOU. Give Him everything and embrace who He says you are. 

We, at Shoreline Music, are praying for you this weekend. Let's bring some heaven to earth!

 

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3 Ways You Can Build Community On Your Worship Team Right Now.

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3 Ways You Can Build Community On Your Worship Team Right Now.

When we preach that the Gospel breaks down socio-economic, generational and cultural boundaries, its easy to forgot this truth applies directly to our worship team too.

Jesus said we will be known by our love for one another. When He prayed for "them" in John 17:21, He was praying for us. The Church. A Church that was unified and evangelical, even in their love for one another.

The point of the Gospel, of everything we sing about week in and week out, is the Church finally becoming one as God is faithful to sanctify and renew His people. This takes not only His work, but the careful and intentional direction of the men and women He has put in church leadership.

Paul understood this as he seems to plead with us that we live in harmony with one another (Eph 4, Col 3, 1 Cor 1). He had in mind a life on life community; day to day living this life and figuring out how to best follow Christ together. 

So, the question is, can we organically nurture this in the teams we do life with week in and week out? If so, how?

We are not experts on this ever evolving process of community. But here's where we've started. 

1. Realize that we are a chosen people set apart for worship leadership.

The office of worship leader comes from, in my view, the Old Testament Levites. They were a chosen and set apart tribe of God’s people and given the responsibility of leadingworship through music. We borrow this concept when we train up singers and musicians to lead worship. We become, in a way, a New Testament fulfillment of this office and should see ourselves as set apart for this purpose. It is no small thing to usher God’s people into His presence. We are part of a very old tradition of those set apart for this special office. When you train a vocalist or teach a guitar player how to use dotted 8th delay, remind yourself that you are adding to this great cloud of leaders that have gone before us. We are adding to this huge family of artists that have helped God be best worshipped through music and the arts. 

2. Regiment regular opportunities for community to take place.

Rehearsal is probably not enough time for your team to share life together. At Shoreline, we are as organized as we can possibly be, have the sets up months in advance and have an amazingly talented team, but rehearsal is still time to focus on getting Sunday to be the best worship experience it can be and there is rarely a free moment to catch up on the bass player’s life and discipleship needs. We are new at figuring this out too, but we have given a standing invitation to our team to spend time together after rehearsal. Same place. Same time. Every week. This is still going to only scratch the surface on true community with your people. We must make time. Amidst the busyness of our schedules, memorizing songs and chords and trading gear on Facebook,  we need to hang out with our people and dig into their lives. Invite your team over. Grill them something and watch life on life community start to evolve.

3. Remember that true community takes time.

Real community starts with trust. People need to be able to trust those who are wanting to share life with them. Life is hard, it’s messy, and it doesn't always look pretty. Before we’re really ready to be seen, there has to be a foundation of trust built, a safe place to confess sin and grow together. Begin to model this for your team, with the understanding thatthis part is going to take some time. One of my favorite Pastors who also happens to be my father-in-law has this saying: “Slow is fast.” This is so true of cultivating a team of true community. Be willing to be open first. Be first to step out in faith and share your story and be a safe place for your team. Patiently walk with them and disciple them with the love that Christ modeled for us. 


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Dear Worship Leader, Teach the Message With Music

Dear Worship Leader, our calling, as players on the team, is to take that Sunday's message, download the heart and vision from our pastors, and teach it with music. 

  • What songs will drive this message home?

  • Is there a Scripture we can put on the screen before or after a song? 

  • Does this set the Word up in the best way possible? 

  • Should we give the congregation a chance to respond? 

And then teach it to your team during rehearsal. Get the vision, the momentum going by starting at the core and letting it press forward. 

Lead your team to lead from overflow on Sunday. 

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Can I Get You Anything?

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Can I Get You Anything?

I was reminded the other day that the way the world naturally works is always counteracted by the way God's world works. 

"For you were called to freedom, brothers [and sisters]. Only do not use your freedom as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another." Galatians 5:13

The Kingdom of heaven flips our society's code of conduct on its head. Jesus doesn't work from the top. He works from the bottom. He doesn't use authority to gain following, he uses humility to build relationships.

Any ladder that is tempting to climb, will mostly likely fall over when actually forced to bear weight. 

As a team, a family, a ministry, we are all about asking the simple yet intentional question, "Can I get you anything?

We serve, not to be served, but because we've been set free and wasting freedom doesn't last long in God's kingdom. 

We love you and are honored you chose our team to be a part of. And when we ask, "Can I get you anything?", we really truly mean it. --

 

"So if I, the Lord and the Teacher, washed your feet, you ought to wash one another’s feet as well. For I gave you [this as] an example, so that you should do[in turn] as I did to you. I assure you and most solemnly say to you, a slave is not greater than his master, nor is one who is sent greater than the one who sent him. 17 If you know these things, you are blessed [happy and favored by God] if you put them into practice [and faithfully do them]." | John 13:-12-17


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Dear Worship Leader, We All Have the Same Holy Spirit

"So I, the prisoner for the Lord, appeal to you to live a life worthy of the calling to which you have been called [that is, to live a life that exhibits godly character, moral courage, personal integrity, and mature behavior—a life that expresses gratitude to God for your salvation], with all humility [forsaking self-righteousness], and gentleness [maintaining self-control], with patience, bearing with one another in [unselfish] love.

Make every effort to keep the oneness of the Spirit in the bond of peace [each individual working together to make the whole successful].

There is one body [of believers] and one Spirit—just as you were called to one hope when called [to salvation]— one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of us all who is [sovereign] over all and [working] through all and [living] in all.

Yet grace [God’s undeserved favor] was given to each one of us [not indiscriminately, but in different ways] in proportion to the measure of Christ’s [rich and abundant] gift."

Ephesians 4:1-7

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Deeper Still | Female Led | Key D

DEEPER STILL | LYRICS

V1
Like a river
Your mercy rushes in
Clearing the way to life
GIving me hope again

Like an ocean
Beyond all I can see
Deep in the Father's heart
Encompassing all of me

C:
Oh Lord
How great is Your love
How deep and how wide
That You have lavished on us

V2
Even further
You gently beckon me
Into the flow of grace
Love like and endless sea

Like a current
Pulling underneath
Steady into Your heart
Your love is drawing me

B
Deeper still
Deeper still
Into Your heart there is no end
Lord You are calling me out

Writers: Staci Jinkerson, Tyson Morlet

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Dear Worship Leader, Let Love Lead

If I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love [for others growing out of God’s love for me], then I have become only a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal [just an annoying distraction]. And if I have the gift of prophecy [and speak a new message from God to the people], and understand all mysteries, and [possess] all knowledge; and if I have all [sufficient] faith so that I can remove mountains, but do not have love [reaching out to others], I am nothing. If I give all my possessions to feed the poor, and if I surrender my body to be burned, but do not have love, it does me no good at all.

Love endures with patience and serenity, love is kind and thoughtful, and is not jealous or envious; love does not brag and is not proud or arrogant. It is not rude; it is not self-seeking, it is not provoked [nor overly sensitive and easily angered]; it does not take into account a wrong endured. It does not rejoice at injustice, but rejoices with the truth [when right and truth prevail]. Love bears all things [regardless of what comes], believes all things [looking for the best in each one], hopes all things [remaining steadfast during difficult times], endures all things [without weakening].

Love never fails [it never fades nor ends]. But as for prophecies, they will pass away; as for tongues, they will cease; as for the gift of special knowledge, it will pass away. For we know in part, and we prophesy in part [for our knowledge is fragmentary and incomplete]. But when that which is complete and perfect comes, that which is incomplete and partial will pass away. When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child; when I became a man, I did away with childish things. For now [in this time of imperfection] we see in a mirror dimly [a blurred reflection, a riddle, an enigma], but then [when the time of perfection comes we will see reality] face to face. Now I know in part [just in fragments], but then I will know fully, just as I have been fully known [by God]. And now there remain: faith [abiding trust in God and His promises], hope [confident expectation of eternal salvation], love [unselfish love for others growing out of God’s love for me], these three [the choicest graces]; but the greatest of these is love."

Apostle Paul | 1 CORINTHIANS 13 | Amplified Bible

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How Trust Comes With Fear

Trust is an enigma, its almost always preceded with a great amount of fear but once you engage it, it'll set you free. 

I was a girl who was told having her own babies was probably never gonna happen. And now, 5 years later, I have a toddler and another miracle on the way (and I'm not even sure how this one happened...) 

The doctors gave me a diagnosis that shattered my world, but God always works at a different capacity from this world.

Listen, I'm not saying that when you bring your needs to God he will fill them how you want them.

What I am saying is when you bring your needs to God, He fills them in a way that will cause you to know Him and love Him and trust Him even more than you do right now in this moment. 

Whatever you're carrying around today give it to Him. 

Someone reading this needs to know God is their defender.

Someone reading this needs to know God is their provider.

Someone reading this needs to know God is their ultimate healer.

Someone reading this needs to know God still love you. No matter what. 

Trust Him at His word when it says, 

For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing, will be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 8:38-39

He's not messin' around.


Written by Jules Morlet | @juliannamorlet | juliannamorlet.com

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I Worship Because I HAVE To

I don't worship because I have to.
I worship because I have to. 

My life has been liberated and redirected, refined and redeemed, on so many levels by something outside of myself and my own choices and decisions. Sometimes people ask how I got to where I am in life, with my marriage or as a worship leader, and my only response will ever be this: 

It's Jesus. It's always been Jesus. 

Sure I've read books and studied for nearly a decade on some of these things. I've done counseling and training and sought advice and perspective from both professionals and people I trust. 

But at the end of the day, it's Jesus' life, His word, His example, His intimate relationship with me, that pushes me on day after day. 

Some people say they don't know where they'd be without Him, well I do. And it makes me shudder at the thought. 

That's why I worship. 

It's Jesus. For me, it'll always be Jesus. 


Written by Jules Morlet | @juliannamorlet | juliannamorlet.com

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Who Said You Could Do That?

As a kid, I remember asking the question over and over, "Who said?" Who said you could do that? Who said I have to go home? Who said I can't eat that? Who said, who said, who said...

As I got older, I realized my need for people to answer the "Who said" question never really went away. Except now it was chipping away at my identity. "Who said I'm bossy? Who said I'll never make it? Who said I'm not good enough."

Until one day, I realized, people's "Said's" don't hold a candle to what GOD SAID. GOD said we are valuable enough to send His Son to die so that we might be free. 

He said you're His son, His daughter (John 1:12)
He said you're free (Romans 8:2)
He said you're His friend (John 15:15)
He said your life is redeemed (Romans 3:24)
He said you're victorious (2 Corinthians 2:14)
He said you are chosen (Ephesians 1:4)

Live into that freedom friends. It doesn't matter what people say, or what your own mind says, you are who He says you are. End of Story. :)

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Holy Spirit | Bryan and Katie Torwalt | Acoustic

WHY THIS SONG WORKS FOR US:

Our church is in a season of asking. We're asking for the presence of God to move in such a powerful way. We don't care what it looks like or where it moves us, we just want His presence so thick in our midst. 

This song gives words and a vocabulary to what our hearts are aching for.

Get lyrics and chord charts here.

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Good | Female Led Worship Song | Key of G

Female Led | Key of G | Mid-Tempo

GOOD | LYRICS

We are needy, we are broken
Lost in awe of who You are
Life gets messy, we are hurting
But You are there to heal our hearts

Storms may rage around
But we will rest in the truth we've found

You are good
You are good
In the valley low, we trust because we know
You are good
You are good
We will praise Your name and give You everything
For You are good

Jesus Savior, Our Messiah
You came to make our sin to cease
In our weakness, You're made strong
In our storms, You're our peace

We lift our hands, we lift our hands
We lift our hands to You, for You are good
We lift our hearts, we lift our hearts
We lift our hearts to You, for You are good

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Wanna Know | Male & Female Led Worship Song

Male & Female Led | Key of D | Uptempo

WANNA KNOW | Lyrics

Breathe, God breathe Your breadth on me
Let me feel You
I, I wanna know You're here
Show, God show me something true
So I can see You
I, I wanna know You're here

I'm giving up my own desires
I'm giving up so come and take me
Lord come inspire

Lead me Lord and I will follow
Show Your will and I will go
Take me where You want me to be
Chasing You I want to know
I --- I wanna know
I --- wanna know Your will

Take, Lord I give all it takes to truly follow
I, I surrender all, to live
Teach, God teach me something what it means
To be Your disciple, all to Your I freely give

Take it all take everything
Take my life take everything
I give it all take everything
I give my life, I give my life
Take it all take everything
Take my life take everything
I give it all take everything
I give my life, give my life

 

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Spirit Breathe | Female Led Song | Key of D

Female led worship song | Key of D 

SPIRIT BREATHE | Lyrics

Breathe on Your Church oh Spirit of life

Eternal fire in our hearts

Make us delight in all that You are

Jealously cleanse every part

Breathe, Spirit breathe (X4)

Who gives us passion who wakes us to life

Who shakes alive these dry bones

Who brings the freedom to leave fear behind

God it's your spirit alone

Breathe, Spirit breathe (X4)

Consuming fire ignite our hearts

Purify and fill us up

Spirit of the living God

Fall afresh on us

 

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