A Job Well Done…Is Rarely Noticed

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  1. Scott Swanek says:

    I’d like to give a shout out to the Worship Leaders and worship team members. Their work on stage is un-ninja-like but their work off-stage is classic ninja, as they spend hours preparing in secret. A satellite campus which requires set up will have volunteer musicians who will pull music charts off the Summit site, spend time practicing the songs, attend a two hour rehearsal on a week night, then re-rehearse the songs, show up on a Sunday morning at 7:00AM for stage set up, deploy at two services, then work with the campus teams to break down the stage at the end. And an extra special shout out to the musicians with the passion for the gospel and for excellence in worship at the campuses that have four services a day (like Chapel Hill), or two Saturday night, then two Sunday morning (like Brier Creek). Even more massively “Ninja-esque” are the sound technicians and set up/tear down teams who arrive even earlier and stay later on Sundays and who study their craft during the week in order to bring excellence to the worship experience . Danny, how about a re-posting of the video of Arnold Lunn in his cameo role as the “set up fairy”?

  2. Lauren says:

    This is awesome. I had no idea we had a Freshen Up Team. They must do their work very well!

  3. So also good works are conspicuous, and even those that are not cannot remain hidden.
    1 Timothy 5:25

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