Today’s WorshipLife Podcast features Mike Harland and Brian Brown talking about challenges ministering to people when, in this day and age, technology is pushing us further apart.
“You have to keep the intentionality of relational ministry and leadership at the forefront of what you’re trying to do… you’ve got to keep relationship leadership as a value, as something you think alot about and spend a lot of time executing.” ~ Mike Harland
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WHY WorshipLife Podcast with Mike Harland: From the historic B.B. McKinney Studios in Nashville, TN, Mike and Brian introduce WorshipLife.com’s newest podcast, WorshipLife Podcast w/ Mike Harland! Together, Mike and Brian, recognize the importance of having conversations with churches… getting churches talking about, learning and observing what God is doing throughout the world. Through this every-other-week podcast, we’ll talk about issues and questions, interact with our listeners, bring encouragement and support and information that will be helpful to Worship Leaders all around the country — all of this to help Worship Leaders live out God’s great commandment, “To love the Lord your God with all your HEART, all your SOUL, and all your MIND.” Matthew 22:37
HOST: Mike is the Director of LifeWay Worship Resources. Otherwise known as our Head Coach. Mike has an amazing, God-given passion for Worship! When he’s not directing 30+ employees or working with some of the best Christian writers/arrangers, you’ll find him leading worship in various churches around the country. You might also find him writing/arranging songs, or helping disciple the next generation of worship leader. In his, few and far between, spare moments, you’ll find him writing his next book, playing basketball, or spending time with his family. Did you know he learned most of what he knows about ministry on football and baseball teams? Mike is LifeWay Worship’s very own Music Minister/Worship Pastors. The titles are never ending.