Tim Price

Tim has been a worship leader in the Church for over 20 years. As the Worship Director for Harvest Ministry, Tim has led worship in a countless number of environments with a broad demographic of worshippers. He is currently on staff at Troy United Methodist Church in Troy, IL as the Director of Worship Arts.

Limit The Fires Your Volunteers Are Asked To Fight Each Weekend

There will always be times when something goes wrong during a weekend service. You might be so focused on your own ministry that you don’t remember everyone is dealing at some point with a dead battery, a piece of malfunctioning equipment, a last-minute change that threw off the sound and video crew, or a feedback …

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Three Big Picture Issues For Worship Leaders

Every worship leader will tell you the details before any given Sunday are endless. There are the details of scheduling, song selecting, planning, music, chord charts, creative components, technical components, lyric projection, set up, sound checks, media, transitions, team members, and all the last-minute changes. If we’re not careful, we can get stuck in the ministry …

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You Can Be A Successful Worship Leader Even If You Aren’t Above Average In All Five Key Components

Baseball scouts have long looked for a 5-tool player: hitting, hitting for power, running, fielding, and throwing. It’s a rare breed to see one person be above average in each of these areas. As a result, team management and leadership seek to mix and match their player strong suits so they are complementary. If you …

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Cultural Influence Must Follow Intimacy With Christ

If your influence is growing beyond your intimacy with Jesus, repent. In this continued season of high-impact songwriting, modern and hip dress codes for worship leaders, highly publicized and influential images, social media, and videos, it’s all too easy to tip the scales toward a hollow and shallow ministry. I’m not judging here; just want …

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