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Hey guys! so as usual i was trolling on Big Dee’s Facebook page this weekend and here’s what i found. a straight from the heart and humorous post about the things most church keyboard players go thorough silently.
it’s so touching because somehow i identify with his feelings. (maybe because I’m guilty of some of the things mentioned.) anyway, if you play keyboard in church, i’m sure you’ll get where he’s coming from. and if you don’t, i’m sure you will learn something! So, enjoy your reading:
I am so blessed to have amazing friends who inspire me and whose writings encourage and motivate me so much. One of them is Damola Johnson. If you’re familiar with this blog, you already know who he is. So i was stalking his facebook page (like i usually do, lol), and he has written this inspiring piece on Christian Leadership. If you’re a leader in your local assembly, in whatever capacity, this is definitely for you! Check it!
When companies advertise positions, they ask for only people with experience. Some ask for between 3 – 5 or more years of experience. So, how does a fresh graduate have any years of experience coming straight out from College?
Rather than flipping through vacancies looking for the highest paying job which still won’t take you cos you don’t have the number of years of experience needed.
So i have been inspired to start a weekly series on this blog, called the #GospelMusicMasters. The idea is to celebrate the people who are behind the amazing songs we worship with and listen to in church.
This will include Choir directors, Christian music artistes, Outstanding Choir members, Instrumentalists, and many more doing an outstanding job in the music ministry.