Reflection and evaluation are key for continuous improvement, even in ministry contexts like worship teams. As worship leaders, it’s easy to fall into auto-pilot and miss opportunities to grow. Taking time for thoughtful assessment using guiding questions can reveal blind spots and produce Godly fruit. Though risky, seeking honest feedback from others provides an invaluable outside perspective. By evaluating specific areas like health, culture, systems, content, and needs, you can celebrate strengths and thoughtfully address weaknesses. The goal is not just to expose problems but to faithfully steward your calling. With focus and intentionality, your worship ministry can keep moving forward to influence your church this year.