“Many have a preferred musical expression” says this wife of a mega-church pastor. How to sing outside your comfort zone.
In a feature on iBelieve.com, Dr. Michelle Reyes, pastor’s wife and literary scholar, reflects on the topic, “How to genuinely worship in a church when the songs aren’t your style.” She suggests:
- Remember the music is not about you.
- See the beauty in different musical expressions.
- Use the music to edify other members of the congregation.
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