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Ed Steele
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Seminary Professor, Worship Leader, Husband, Father
Seminary Professor, Worship Leader, Husband, Father

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A Secret Poison in the Ministry...
At times our expectations tend toward believing that we shouldn’t have to go through hardships or major difficulties. Perhaps we were sincerely trying to follow His will and our circumstances actually become worse: we lose a job, a ministry, a loved one die...
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Five Blind Spots in Worship Ministry
A blind spot is an area “in which a person is unable to see or hear satisfactorily.” [Dictionary.com] Here are fine in which we need to call to our attention. In the case of driving a car, ignoring to check the blind spots can lead to tragic consequences. F...
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13 Reminders
Before school begins soon and I generally like to post some goals that I desire for the students which God allows me to teach, but this year I am changing things just a bit and am listing 13 reminders for me as a teacher: 1. Content and application are two ...
13 Reminders
13 Reminders
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Dragons that Can Destroy Our Ministry
     In C. S. Lewis’, The Voyage of the “Dawn Treader ” Edmund and Lucy are forced to stay with relatives due to circumstances during the war. Their frustration is magnified through the actions and dealings with their self-centered cousin, Eustace, who beco...
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What Is the Biblical View on the Role of a Worship Pastor/Leader?
I received this interesting question from a previous student of mine: What is the theological view/biblical view on the role of a worship pastor/leader in the context of the church? What is their job from a biblical standpoint? And how does that translate t...
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Corporate Confession: Brokenness that Restores Our Focus
Worship involves celebration, certainly, and done wholeheartedly! We have and need to continue to fill our lives with as many ways to thank God for all that He has done and continues to do; to praise Him for all that He is.  At the same time, if we focus on...
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Sometimes we need a time of public corporate confession.
Hear Our Prayer, O Lord
Hear Our Prayer, O Lord
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I Just Love to Hear that Preacher!
Perhaps you have heard this, or even said it yourself. I’m sure most of us have heard men and women of God whom God has used in a mighty way in our lives and in the lives of others. Perhaps you may not have been aware that the above title was found in the b...
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The greatest thing...
My life as a believer and disciple of Jesus Christ has not been without highs and lows, periods of inexpressible joy and deep heartache and sorrow.  I have noticed one thing that as I walked through these seasons of ups and downs, a specific aspect of the G...
The greatest thing...
The greatest thing...
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7 Signs of a Near-Sighted Worship Leader
No, we’re not talking about the need for a visit to the optometrist, but one who has a different vision problem: limited vision of what a worship ministry encompass. Let’s look at these in summary fashion. 1. The Sunday One-and-Done: This one shows up to go...
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