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How do you build your worship repertoire?
Topic Started: Jan 12 2008, 11:30 PM (1,393 Views)
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"more is more"

As a worship leader in whatever area you lead in, how do you build your repertoire? How do you keep from getting "stale"? What motivates you to seek out and prepare new pieces? How does inspiration come?

I know I hit dry spots periodically where everything seems blah and the anointing on favorite piece is only a memory. First of all, do you do anything? Or just wait it out as a "season"?
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