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November 4
by eleon

The Bondage Of Trying To Have The Perfect Church Service

We plan all week, we organize every second, we have planning meetings. All in the name of having THE PERFECT CHURCH SERVICE.

Then the service starts something is off. The singer forgets a line, someone misses a transition, the words are not changing fast enough on the screen.

Then a bigger problem takes place. The pastor loses the victory before he even takes the stage. Striving for perfection is fine but often the enemy of perfection is perfection.

Let me encourage you! Don’t fall into that bondage. When it’s all said and done the attitude of the pastor is way more important then having the perfect service. Some of the best services we’ve had we’re one’s we had glitches.

Most of the things that tick us off production wise the people don’t even notice. If they did, so what! Do your best to prepare and then don’t pick apart every detail.

When it’s all said and done you have a message to deliver and the devil will use one little glitch or sound problem to take you away from connecting with people with what matters most-A GOOD SPIRIT.

People didn’t come to church to experience a perfectly functioning show they came to worship. We show our people how to worship as a pastor not by sitting there mad and fuming that details are off but by having a good spirit no matter what. =

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