Rehearsal time gets wasted (because people haven’t learned their music)
Sunday sound check is stressful because you’re still trying to rehearse the music.
The team members don’t engage with the congregation
They can be a distraction to the congregation
You lose focus as a worship leader trying to hold the band together
SO HOW DO YOU GET YOUR TEAM TO SHOW UP PREPARED? (KEEP READING)
Getting your team to show up to rehearsal prepared...
...is frustrating. You're not alone. It's one of the biggest challenges for many worship leaders. So what's the issue? Are your team members...
So maybe a few of them are. But there's probably a bigger reason they aren't showing up prepared.As leaders, we haven't been crystal clear with them.
Don't worry. It happens to all of us. It's tough! It takes a TON of teaching and encouragement and training to get the average team member to practice effectively. But you're busy and not sure how you'll be able to add ONE MORE THING to your schedule.
So that's why we've got the Get Practicing: Worship Team Training Kit. And it's FREE.
After you click the box or link, you'll fill in your name and email and then be sent the first tool in the training kit. Over the next few days, we'll send you the rest of the training kit along with some other helpful tips and techniques.
Want to learn more? Keep reading...
The Get Practicing: Team Member Training Kit contains...
TEAM MEMBER TIP SHEET #1: How To Practice Your Songs Effectively
This printable and shareable PDF is a one-page powerhouse of practice tips. There are over 32 tips to help your team members practice more effectively.
TEAM MEMBER TIP SHEET #2: How To Memorize Your Songs For Sunday
This printable and shareable PDF contains 13 different techniques to help your team memorize their songs in less time.
"WHY PRACTICE MATTERS" Video Training Module
You can give your team all the tips you want, but if they don’t know WHY, forget it. So this video training will teach your team WHY practice is crucial, why it matters...
And the video is short enough to show during a rehearsal without eating up a whole bunch of time. It comes from the training program, Practice Matters.
Hi! I'm Jon Nicol, a worship pastor and founder of a resource site for worship leaders and teams called WorshipTeamCoach.com.
It took me several years to change the culture of practicing on my team. It was a long, hard battle, and I made lots of mistakes along the way. But I LEARNED a ton. So I want to help other worship leaders get their teams to practice—but in less time and with fewer battle scars.
To do this, I’ve created a worship team training resource called Practice Matters. In fact, this free kit contains the very first module of Practice Matters. When worship leaders (like you) find out how helpful the free kit is, they may choose to buy Practice Matters for their team.
But if someone chooses not to buy it, they still have some super-helpful tools to help them get their team practicing.