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Apr 17, 2016

There comes a day for most Worship Leaders when they have to leave their current ministry assignment. Very few worship leaders get to serve the same congregation for 40 years. Sometimes the leaving is painful, under less-than-ideal circumstances. Other times, it is a joyous launching and hope-filled transition into an exciting new season. Whichever the case, it is vitally important that we leave our churches well. We should do everything in our power to leave well and set our churches up for success when we're gone. Today, our long-time guest Brenton Collyer joins us and we give you a step-by-step guide for how to leave your church well. 

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The grass is not greener at some other church! The grass is greener where you water it!  -Tweet That! 

Most worship leaders don’t stay at one church for 40 years. When you leave, leave well.  -Tweet That! 

Don’t make this decision in isolation! Seek godly counsel inside and outside of your church!  -Tweet That!  

Work closely with your pastor to determine the plan for the months after you leave.  -Tweet That! 

When leaving your church, make every effort to publicly be unified.  -Tweet That!