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Hi, I’m Tyler Jones.

Jackson, GA

Phone Number

(678) 471-6177

Email

[email protected]

Experience

Westside Baptist Church
Creative Arts Director

Education

Georgia Highlands College
AS in Business Administration

Church Affiliation

NonDenominational

Years In Ministry

11 years

Vocals/Instruments

Tenor, Baritone, Acoustic Guitar, Keys & Piano

Skills

Graphic Design, Web Design, Stage Design, Lighting, Ableton Live, Multitracks, Sound Engineering

Tools & Software

ProPresenter, Planning Center, PowerPoint, Ableton, GarageBand

Personal

Wife: Emily - married 3 years
Personality: ENFP

Top 3 Strengths

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Philosophy of Worship
What is your philosophy of worship?

We were designed to worship and commune with God. I long to move people deeper into authentic genuine connection, worship, and communion with God through worship. I believe music is a powerful force that can be used to move people toward God. We are innately emotional as well as intellectual and music connects with our emotion in such deep way. So if we can artfully fuse the truth of scripture with the influencing power of music, we can inspire people into a deeper passion and connection with their Lord and Savior.

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

It is important that the worship leader yield to the authority of the pastor at the end of the day, but it is far more important that they are philosophically and spiritually in sync with each other, or else I feel the church will suffer as a whole. I think it is really important that both the lead pastor and worship pastor encourage each other and build each other up to pursue God well in their personal lives first and foremost, then encourage each other to lead others excellently out of that place of spiritual strength and confidence. I think it’s important that the worship leader and pastor both pray earnestly for one another and are open and honest about what is going on in their head and heart so they can help each other and know how best to pray for and encourage each other. But it is also important that the worship leader and pastor should be in sync philosophically as to the direction the church is going in.

References

Ethan Carney || (706) 656-5058 || [email protected]
Brett Charap || (917) 447-7211 || [email protected]
Amelia Vornbrock || (678) 897-0894 || [email protected]
Frank Robertson || (770) 906-0571 || [email protected]
Favorite Worship Song

His Mercy is More

Favorite Scripture

Ecclesiastes