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Hi, I’m Joseph Krebs.

Chesterfield, MI

Phone Number

(586) 907-7793

Email

[email protected]

Experience

Rock Church
Creative Arts Pastor

Education

North Central University
BA in Pastoral Studies

Church Affiliation

Assemblies of God (AG)

Years In Ministry

13 years

Vocals/Instruments

Baritone, Acoustic Guitar

Skills

Stage Design, Lighting, Loops & Multi-tracks, Composition, Social Media, Preaching / Teaching

Tools & Software

ProPresenter, Planning Center, PowerPoint

Personal

Wife: Alyssa - Married 3 years
Personality: INFP

Top 3 Strengths

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Philosophy of Worship
What is your philosophy of worship?

In Matthew 15:8-9 Jesus says,“‘These people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. They worship me in vain; their teachings are merely human rules.” Jesus makes it clear that true worship is so much more than what is on the surface. It’s more than singing a song, playing music, or saying the right things, True worship flows from the heart. My belief is that when we draw close to Jesus and have encounters with Him, it will naturally overflow from our hearts into every other area of our lives. Because of this, worship can be lived out in everything we do.

Ideal Relationship with Lead Pastor
How would you describe the ideal relationship between senior/lead pastor and worship leader?

It is key that the lead pastor and worship leader develop a relationship of open communication and trust. Both parties must work together to determine a clear picture of the vision for church services and the worship ministry. It’s important that the lead pastor answers questions like, “How does the service and time of worship feel? What does the service and time of worship look like? How is the congregation responding in worship? What are things that we do or don’t do?” Once this has been determined, it is part of the role of the worship leader to do what they can to execute that vision. This relationship is collaborative, which means there may be times when opposing ideas/views are shared. These can be talked through behind closed doors in meetings, but once a decision is made and the meeting is over, they leave in a united front with the direction they are going.

References

Roy Lucier || 313-820-5831 || [email protected]
Matt Vandersteen || 586-243-7241 || [email protected]
Mark Weiss || 586-549-5745 || [email protected]
Dave Nordberg || 763-639-1581 || [email protected]
Favorite Worship Song

See A Victory

Elevation Worship

Favorite Scripture

Hebrews 12:1-2