Here are my 2 takes on this book.

1. It’s sad that this book even has to be written.
2. This book NEEDED to be written.

I can’t think of a better person to write it than my friend Stephen Miller. He is a humble worship leader with mad worship leading skills. If you are a worship leader, this book is for you.
And he is also releasing his new record All Hail The King today as well! Perfect package. Less Us. More King.

We all fight it.  Especially in todays culture.  The need for praise vs the need to praise.
I love the way Stephen navigates this issue with grace and scripture.
You can pick up a copy of “Worship Leaders, We Are Not Rock Stars” here…

A few things I do to keep the rock star thing from becoming my identity.
1. Pour. Pour. Pour. Search for a more talented, younger worship leader than yourself and pour, pour, pour.
Pour into them like their life depends on it.
Because it does.

2. Pray. Pray. Pray.
When Christ is the center of who you are… this honestly becomes less of an issue.

So this question is not only for worship leaders but for everyone.
What are some things that you do to make sure you keep Jesus the center of attention in your life and ministry?