Do you ever feel like a complete failure after walking off stage?

Do you ever feel like people are constantly critiquing you and you don’t have what it takes?

As worship leaders today, insecurity and fear are two of the greatest hindrances we face.

But there is a freedom waiting for you that will make your heart soar both on and off the stage. I want to help you find that freedom and overcome your hindrances in my new online class.

For the past 20 years, I’ve been leading congregations in worship. I’ve walked through plenty of peaks and valleys in my confidence as a leader. There were even times when I had thoughts of quitting and throwing in the towel.

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Trust me, I’ve felt the struggle of wrestling with my own thoughts and often feeling like I come up short. But over the years, I’ve learned many practical tips and tools that have proven themselves helpful as I battle my fear and dismantle insecurity.

One of the greatest tools I’ve learned is to have friends who will be totally honest with you. You don’t want friends who only offer positive feedback. You want to surround yourself with a handful of people who will be genuine with you about both your strengths and weaknesses. Being able to get honest and meaningful feedback can be a step toward lessening insecurity. In addition, transparent relationships will help you realize that insecurity is not unique to you and is something all struggle with.

This tool and others have brought such a transformation in the way I live my life today and the way I lead worship and that’s why I can’t wait for the chance to share them with fellow worship leaders like you!

Insecurity and fear are two of the greatest hindrances we face as worship leaders, but there is a freedom waiting for you that will make your heart soar both on and off the stage. Click To Tweet

I can’t tell you how much I wish I would have taken a class like this when I was younger. Being confident in front of others and leading without fear is how we are meant to worship. God made us that way. You are meant to be an overcomer.

When we live from a place of confidence and security in our identity, we experience a deep sense of fulfillment. For me, it’s not only helped me to be a better leader but it’s also unlocked my heart to better serve and love those around me.

You can get more information about my upcoming class here.

Huge thanks to my friend Jordan Vanderplate for letting me use this photo from Mallagi, Scotland. Check out more of his work here.

2 comments

  1. Carolyn Ehman

    Thanks for this! It’s so good to know that I am not alone in feeling insecure about my abilities sometimes. I was literally just thinking about this the other day and considering not ever worship leading again because of it! Thank you, Justin!

    1. Thanks so much for sharing, Carolyn. Appreciate your honesty and know that you’re not alone!