US Gospel Music Minister JJ Hairston Laments On The Emptiness Gospel Musicians Feel After Ministering
US Gospel Music Minister JJ Hairston Laments On The Emptiness Gospel Musicians Feel After Ministering, Vows To Change Narrative And Urge Pastors To See Them More Than Instruments
With my experience in the music ministry, I have observed that gospel ministers serve churches with their gifts, and after ministering, they leave the service empty. While the people who experience their gift shout, dance, and leave full.
0We’ve covered our hearts from feeling any guilt about this by calling them contractors, but in many cases, we treat them like prostitutes. Where we use them for what they can do and then feel as we owe them nothing but the money on the table.
But because I’ve served in a similar role I understand that compensation doesn’t alleviate the need for a relationship. So as a house All Nations Washington DC has vowed that we will not only receive from those who serve in music ministry, but we pour into them as well. We pray for them, their wives, their families, their ministries, and their future.
Pastors remember that musicians are more than just their instruments. They’re people just like the others in your church. They have purpose, names, and needs. They need direction, correction, protection, and love. Remember that like David, the one who used to play for you, may one day be your leader.
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