Rick Muchow has impacted the world of worship leading for decades, including many years as Saddleback’s Worship Pastor. His battle with cancer concluded this weekend, and now he’s free. I am grateful for people like him who have been willing to share their thoughts and what they’ve learned, especially the transparent sharing of what DIDN’T work, or changes that were made that ended up not having the great results that were hoped for…  

In our world of crazily rapid transformations, it’s easy to simply let things happen without thinking about them or assessing what impact our decisions are having. It takes courage to openly and honestly self-evaluate – and the willingness to fix problems that we’ve created in our rush to adjust things for the better…

“’People are always telling you that change is a good thing. But all they’re really saying is that something you didn’t want to happen at all… has happened.’ I agree. I don’t think all change is good. I don’t believe God thinks all change is good. I do believe God is good and I love Him.” – Rick M.

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