Two Bittersweet Milestones

This may not be my most enjoyable week ever.

Part of the reason why is down the hall from my office. My daughter started preschool today at our Child Development Center at FBC-FH.

I didn’t realize how sad and happy that would make me at the same time. Her first day went great, but she isn’t my baby anymore.

Later this week, I move out of the 18-34 demographic, and not by going back in time to age 17.

There is a season, turn, turn, turn…

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2 thoughts on “Two Bittersweet Milestones

  1. Hey John,

    Good thoughts about the worship pastor aspect. One thing I will add is about the “pastor” part of the title. You do become a pastor to the church and especially the small group of “musicians” within the church. While leading the corporate worship is what you do during services and rehearsals, ministering to them during the rest of the week is what makes you a “music pastor.”

    I know too many music leaders who are not worship pastors because they don’t love, care, and pastor their people. They are precisely music leaders.

    The worship pastor should not be taking the title of lead worshipper or lead pastor from the senior pastor. He should still be a pastor and a help to the senior pastor. Just some thoughts.

    Blessing,

    Steve

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