What do Major League farm systems and worship ministries have in common? For both to be successful over an extended period of time they have to be future minded.
Creating a Culture of Crucial means putting people first. Of course we should always be aware of positions and roles that need to be fulfilled, but we should never see people as a set of skills. People are PEOPLE!
Another way that we can create a culture where people are truly valued is to make every effort to combat the “Now is Normal” mentality.
Many of us who are worship leaders or pastors know that it’s very easy to slide into the status quo. We get into a place where there are plenty of musicians and singers on the team and we have our pick to choose from. On the outside it looks like we don’t need any more, because we have a jam-packed stage.
Whether you work with volunteer musicians, singers, children’s workers, parking lot attendants, youth workers, etc., we all face the temptation to kick it into cruise control and to see our present situation as the norm. We let it become the status quo. We should be careful to always be looking forward. We should be future minded, while leading intentionally in the present…
Please follow the link below to read the rest of this fantastic article over at theworshipcommunity.com!
Culture of Crucial: Now Is Not Normal
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