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Gregory Kayne: Understanding Conflict Between Sound Booth and Stage

Gregory Kayne: Understanding Conflict Between Sound Booth and Stage

Through creative cross-training of pastors, worship leaders, and technical directors, you can communicate efficiently, speak one another's worship language, manage money and resources better, and understand the heart of your ministry counterparts.

Spiritually Sound: A Worship Leader’s Guide to a Technician’s Heart

This non-technical session sheds light on issues of misunderstandings and offenses that can develop between the sound booth and the stage.

Through creative cross-training of pastors, worship leaders, and technical directors, you can communicate efficiently, speak one another's worship language, manage money and resources better, and understand the heart of your ministry counterparts.

Learn to truly appreciate the world in which your colleague lives.

Mutual respect and admiration yields a fruitful ministry harvest. Don't allow a root of offense rule your ministry teams and your church.
Honestly define your role as tech director for your specific church ministry.
Identify your top three complaints about your worship leader and/or pastor.
Discuss three ways to bridge the gap between the booth and the stage that will open the door for education, growth, and understanding.

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