The Role of the Worship Leader

Details:Imagine you have been given the responsibility of chairing the search committee for a new worship leader at a very large church with a comprehensive worship ministry. The pastor has asked you to make a 30-35-minute PowerPoint presentation to the search committee during your first meeting together. For this presentation, you are to answer the question: What is the role of the worship leader? The pastor has asked you to include the following areas of responsibility for the worship leader: Worshiper, Disciple, Theologian, Evangelist, Professional, Artist, Musician, Servant Leader, Pastor, Staff, Administrator, Producer, Teacher, Mentor, Counselor, and Family Person. You must prepare for the committee an 18-20-page paper articulating this responsibility. Make sure to elaborate on and explain each of the 16 areas and then make application to the local church ministry. In addition to these 16 areas of responsibility, the paper must have a 1-2 paragraph introduction of the church’s need for a worship pastor and a 1-2-page conclusion to help wrap up your rationale for the need of a worship pastor. (The title page, table of contents, bibliography, and appendix are in addition to the 18-20-page requirement).
Please include the references listed below:

Kauflin, Bob. Worship Matters: Leading Others to Encounter the Greatness of God.
Wheaton: Crossway, 2008.

Edwards, David M. Worship 365: The Power of a Worshipping Life. Nashville: Broadman and
Holman, 2006.

McIntosh, Gary L. and Rima, Samuel D. Overcoming the Dark Side of Leadership.

Moore, Dwayne. Pure Praise: A Heart-Focused Bible Study on Worship. Loveland: Group
Publishing, 2009

Navarro, Kevin J. The Complete Worship Leader. Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 2001.

The Holy Bible, King James Version. New York: American Bible Society: 1999;, 2000.

Whaley, Vernon M. Called to Worship. From the Dawn of Creation to the Final Amen.

Whaley, Vernon M. The Role of the Worship Leader Workbook. 2nd ed. Virginia Beach:
Academix, 2012.