I would be the first to reply. haha. IN no particular order
1. Untrained sound/tech team members
2. Team members who do not practice lyrics/harmony parts
4. When someone (aka: Pastor) tries to sing with you while you are leading worship- in the microphone!
5. Mic/Music Cables/cords
6. Having an (what you thought was an) amazing song that completely flops during practice and never gets off the ground
7. Unenthusiastic worshippers.
8. When the set list- just doesn't flow
9. Criticism from certain members of the church on how anointed you would be if you only did this.... (haha)
10. Sound Issues (Hisses, pops, etc)
6. Have an amazing song that brings heaven down during practice but requires the angels to block their ears during the serivce...
will also add :
team members talking to one another, loudly, when you're directing a certain section of the band, etc ... where's the respect, people... lol-ish...I know it's a teen thing and all, but in MY day....LOLOL
Oh it is not just a teen thing! I have no teens in my worship team and this always happens and it is not always just talking. I am trying to talk to the guitar player and the drummer is beating away on his drums or I try to talk to the keyboard player and the guitar player is practicing the intro and then the singers stop talking loudly only to start singing loudly. lol. Sorry I guess I needed to vent a bit.
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