Have you ever felt like you’ve been wandering through life, not quite knowing what exactly God’s expecting from you? Sadly, many in God’s family spend much of their lives this way. They walk around with an I-hope-so approach to the Christian life—they hope they’re in God’s will, or hope they’re doing what is best and right. Many eventually become discouraged and quit even trying. This article shows us the best target for us to aim for each day.
Access award-winning coaching, consulting, and online training by joining one of our worship leader training events! Take a moment and check out these great opportunities! Experience TRANSFORMATION for you and your team leaders as we help you refocus on the Lord, on your spouse and worship team, and on who God
How can we know if our congregation is really worshiping?
To find the answer to that question, first we need understand the 4 stages of congregational worship. Everyone in our congregation is in one or more of these stages. The stages are progressive: one stage leads to the next that leads to the next. In this episode of Worship Q&A Dwayne Moore unpacks those 4 stages and explains how we can help move our congregations forward in worship.
“O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt His name together” (Psalm 34:3). In this one simple verse, David has given us three distinct purposes of worship ministry. These purposes apply whether we’re in a church of 100, 1000, or 10,000. The purposes do not change. We may have different ways of reaching
Knowing when it’s time to leave a church ministry position usually starts with one of two things. In this episode, Dwayne Moore looks a way God often gets our attention at times–through circumstances around us. He says, “Perhaps your recent circumstances are God’s way of saying it’s time for you to leave, to step out on faith, and see where He will take you next.”
In this episode Dwayne Moore looks closely at inner restlessness. As leaders in the church, we’ve probably all experienced some restlessness at times. Knowing when it’s time to leave usually comes down to one of two things: 1. Restlessness inside us or 2. Circumstances around us. God has uses both of these as signs to help get our attention when He’s preparing me for a change in ministry assignment.
Our motto at Next Level Worship is “More Than Music.” I love those 3 words because they encapsulate the core message of our ministry. Simply put, our team at Next Level Worship International believes and teaches that worship is more than just music. If you’re a worship leader, pastor, or paid servant of the local
. Dreaming about the future of your church and ministry? Wondering what God might do through you and your congregation or team? Whatever He has for you, you can be sure that every God-inspired vision has six distinct characteristics. All of them can be clearly seen when God commissioned Joshua to lead His people
Come and experience TRANSFORMATION for you and your team leaders. Registration is open! Let us help you refocus on the Lord, on your spouse and worship team, and on who God made you to be. The ReFOCUS Worship Conference is specially designed for key leaders of worship teams. It’s ONLY $199 per person for
The Bible is clear that we must sow if we expect to reap, and we must ask God (and keep on asking) if we expect to receive. That is why we developed a 3-step approach to help us be more intentional with sowing into NLW and into other people. The plan below is a guide