Your voice is one of the most used tools in the pastor toolbox. If you preach regularly, then you must have a strategy for training your voice and a recovery method for your voice. On this episode, Josh and Sam talk about their voice strategies. We discuss whether or not pastors should sing in the service and how to engage people on Sunday morning without straining the voice. Credit for this episode goes to one of our listeners, Dan Glenn, who suggested we cover the topic.
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