Robert

Hi, I’m Robert Kovacs.

Chico, CA

Phone Number

(530) 588-4497

Email

[email protected]

Experience

Various Churches
Guest Worship Leader

Education

Simpson University
B.A. in Bible & Theology

Church Affiliation

Non-Denominational

Years In Ministry

10 years

Vocals/Instruments

Tenor, acoustic guitar, bass drums

Skills

Stage Design, Audio Engineering, Team Development, and Teaching

Tools & Software

ProPresenter, Planning Center, PowerPoint

Personal

Spouse: Abigail, married May 2021
Personality: ISFJ

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Philosophy of Worship
What is your philosophy of worship?

Worship is a lifestyle, not just music. Music is a medium that can be used to offer praise and glory to the Lord and it is a great way to do so corporately. Music expresses theology, so a worship leader must be diligent in choosing songs that reflect the truth of God and his attributes. My philosophy of leading worship is derived from my desire to “lead from within”. It is important for a congregation to know their worship leader personally. A worship leader’s presence should not instill the idea of “above” or “in front”, but rather “with”.

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

I would describe the ideal working relationship between lead pastor and worship pastor as collaborative. Freedom for the worship leader to implement and execute, but also space for discussion and reformation. The two are working towards a common goal. Unity in vision and pragmatics is crucial. As a worship pastor, I would also desire discipleship from the senior pastor. Someone who’s willing to pour into me on a personal and spiritual level.

References

Dan Pinkston || (530) 921-4933 || [email protected]
Kevin Bennie || (503) 961-2882 || [email protected]
Dawn Meadows || (863) 528-8898 || [email protected]
Josh Henry || 803-486-4813 || [email protected]

Favorite Worship Song

You are Love and Love Alone

Favorite Scripture

Deuteronomy 31:8