That's not quite the title of this page though it's near enough. There were 2 items that really leapt out at me:
5. Ask your Worship Leader how he wants the mix to sound from a musical perspective. Then, try to accomplish that.
This would solve half the battles between the desk and the band.
10. Pray for your Worship Leader and remember that just
like every artist, they have insecurities and are putting their art out
there for everyone to judge.
Certainly pray for each other (something similar is at the bottom of the worship leader section). The problem here is with the word 'artist' and the assumption that it is art being created. Worship isn't art (it's closer to love and sacrifice) and art certainly isn't worship, although some may find ways to worship through art. But here's that subtle pedestalling that says 'these guys are special' instead of 'these guys are part of us, with responsibility' which is so much healthier.
Otherwise an interesting and useful list. Via Dave Duncan on facebook.