Those who lead worship must worship too, leaders told 

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One occupational hazard of ministry can be that it’s the minister’s “job” to lead worship, though he may not worship himself.

“Sometimes we enter the worship area looking for those people we need to see about matters, and we may forget who we should be looking for most of all,” said Karen Gosselin, music specialist in the office of worship leadership and church music for the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions.

“Of course we know God is not confined to one place,” she added, “but He has to be our primary focus in worship whether we’re on the platform or in the pew. This is our task, and we must do it well.”

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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.

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