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LEADERSHIP TRACK

Updated 2.8.2018

Don't Throw in the Towel!

Keri Cardinale | Sprig Music

You have the desire to lead worship and to lead it well. But you battle with thoughts like, “I’m not good enough,” “Does what I do really matter?” or “I’m not cut out for leading worship anymore.” Sometimes, we just need to stop, take a breath, and allow God to rewire our thoughts. This session is designed to help you uncover what’s been holding you back and find ways to move forward.

Lead With Confidence!

Keri Cardinale | Sprig Music

It's easy to conform to the styles and sounds of other worship leaders. But God didn't call them to lead your congregation, He called you. This session will help you to discover your true voice so that you can lead with more confidence, and connect with your congregation in an authentic way.

How to Maximize Rehearsals

Andrew Swanson | Alclair | Osseo, MN

In this breakout, we'll talk about some practical tips for running rehearsals. What are the critical aspects of a rehearsal as it's related to the service? How do we focus on those during rehearsal? How do we encourage preparedness? And how can we make sure that what we do during rehearsals reflects what happens in our services?

Keeping Your Worship Fresh

Dr. Tim Smith | Worship Without Borders | Beaverton, OR

Hospitality is the "pearl of great price" in building teams. We all know that nothing helps us feel more welcome than an environment where we are served with care, and where our needs are anticipated and met. But these environments can be elusive. When you find and experience such a place, you can't wait to be there again! But we don't always serve our teams in a way that models that level of hospitality. If we did, it might change the way our churches respond in worship.

Revolutionize Your Set Planning!

Michael Bahn | River Valley Church | Grants Pass, OR

In today's diverse church worship culture there are an incredible amount of items to consider. Join the conversation to discuss essentials to help bring your church into deeper and more effective worship.

"I Love to Worship, But I Can't Sing. Can I Still Be On the Team?"

Trevor Bowen | First Church of the Nazarene | Medford, OR

Most of come from backgrounds where there have been two extremes: 1) let everyone sing/play on the team, or 2) only the "best" are qualified to lead us in worship. How do we creatively build teams that are well-rounded but also high quality?

A Learning Posture: Resourcing Yourself & Your Leadership Teams

Trevor Bowen | First Church of the Nazarene | Medford, OR

Growing your leadership potential requires intentional self-development. What does it look like to have a purposeful, ongoing posture of learning, and how can we create that culture in our ministries?

Host Your Team and You Host the Church

Trevor Bowen | First Church of the Nazarene | Medford, OR

Hospitality is the "pearl of great price" in building teams. We all know that nothing helps us feel more welcome than an environment where we are served with care, and where our needs are anticipated and met. But these environments can be elusive. When you find and experience such a place, you can't wait to be there again! But we don't always serve our teams in a way that models that level of hospitality. If we did, it might change the way our churches respond in worship.

Leading Up

Emily Teterud | Central Christian Church | Phoenix, AZ

This breakout will be a conversation about young leaders in ministry. What are the pros and cons? Speaking as a "Millenial" on staff at a large church, what challenges are there and how can we effectively work together to pass on leadership to upcoming generations?

No More Midweek!

Emily Teterud | Central Christian Church | Phoenix, AZ

This breakout will provide space for conversation on different ideas and brainstorming on the organization of weekend programming. Hear the perspective of a multi-site programming plan, how teams are organized, how often to meet and how to effectively provide resources to groups on Planning Center.

Guest Relationships

Jason Squires | Musictown Studio | Woodland, CA

People desire to feel connected and appreciated. As a staff member or regular volunteer, you are a part of the "in" crowd on a weekend. It's not a new place for you. This session is to hep you and your team welcome newcomers well so they want to come back the following week.

Set Planning & Creativity

Jason Squires | Musictown Studio | Woodland, CA

Two songs, announcements, two songs, offering, one song, message, dismiss. Getting stuck in a rut is very easy to do! In this session, we'll talk about creative elements you can add into service planning as well as tips on how to write a good set list.

Relational Stage Communications

Jason Squires | Musictown Studio | Woodland, CA

Standing on stage can be a weird feeling. What do you say? How do you transition? This class will look at ways to be a more effective communicator and help engage your audience.

Promoting Team Unity: The E.A.R. Principle

Marty Trammell | Perrydale Church | Perrydale, OR

Busy people need simple strategies to promote unity in their worship teams. This workshop used the acrostic E.A.R. to encourage the type of unity Jesus said would draw people to Him (John 17).

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