Perfectionism is the enemy of worship. Just as God accepts us as we are, flawed and broken, God also accepts our worship as it is. There is a fine line that we walk when leading worship and seeking to do our best. While perfectionism is the enemy, carelessness can be distracting. Perfectionism can stifle creativity and cripple our expression. A lack of care can take the focus away from God and give people stumbling opportunities when seeking God in worship. Don’t let a mistake in the middle of worship drain your self-esteem or detract your heart from God. Faithfully offering our best is the most we can do, even with imperfections.