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Jeffrey Ream

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Date registered: 06/08/2010

Latest posts

  1. 2 Principles Every Leader Should Evaluate — 23/03/2010
  2. Why We Sing — 17/07/2009
  3. Stealing from God — 28/06/2009
  4. Investing in tomorrow today — 23/08/2008
  5. A Holy Calling — 24/03/2008

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Mar 23

2 Principles Every Leader Should Evaluate

I don't know about you but I think I am finally over the Christmas production hangover.  Now that it's over planning is already beginning to take place for this year's services.  Although all of our services were  a success there were some big take-aways that have become monumental principles I will forever hold to in …

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Jul 17

Why We Sing

“I will sing to the LORD, for he is highly exalted.” Exodus 15:1 Sing to him, sing praise to him; tell of all his wonderful acts. 1 Chronicles 16:9 Sing to the LORD, all the earth; proclaim his salvation day after day. 1 Chronicles 16:23 But let all who take refuge in you be glad; …

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Jun 28

Stealing from God

A year or two ago I picked up a book entitled "Worship Matters" by Bob Kauflin.  It was one of about ten books I bought while attending the National Worship Leader's Conference in Austin, TX.  I am sad to say that I had pretty much had forgotten about it and it has remained on my …

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Aug 23

Investing in tomorrow today

I recently returned from attending the National Worship Leader Conference which was held in Austin, Texas for the past two years.  Each year I am so excited to go back.  It will always be a part of my summer ministry schedule. This year I had the privilege of sitting in a class with Ross Parsley …

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Mar 24

A Holy Calling

Can you imagine the difference it would make on your band or worship team if they felt the passion, the privilege, and responsibility of a Holy Calling rather than the duties of a volunteer. In his book entitled "Heart of the Artist" Rory Noland poses that your ministry teams must not be merely Volunteers but …

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Jan 15

Managing worship team conflicts

When we talk about our worship teams we often talk about the tough things we go through as worship leaders. Atop the list would be the inevitable… "Conflict Management" .If there is one thing that I dislike about my ministry as a worship pastor, it is dealing with interpersonal conflict within my teams. I try …

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Dec 06

Our Father find’s favor in YOU!

This morning I was so proud of my little boy Mason. Each morning on the way to the church Mason and I stop by a convenient store, where I let him pick out any kind of fruit breakfast bar he wants, within reason. This morning he picked out a strawberry breakfast bar. As we continued …

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Sep 19

Holy Discontentment

Recently I have become discontent. Discontent with many things. Discontent with the impact I am making on the kingdom of God. Discontent with my relationship with God. Discontent with my own mediocrity I guess. I can remember being just a kid growing up in Iowa wanting to change the world, not by any other means …

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Aug 24

Witnesses of the Light

The other day I was reading in the book of John and something caught my eye about they way John the Baptist carried himself. Check out what John 1:1-8 says. “In the beginning the Word already existed. He was with God, and he was God. 2He was in the beginning with God. 3 He created …

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Jul 05

More than worship pastors

This past week I had a break -through in my ministry here at Fellowship Church. And here’s the catch…it has nothing to do with our worship/music ministry. For the last year I have been studying at the Philadelphia School of Arts in order to improve my guitar skills. At almost every class my professor and …

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