About Dwayne Moore

Author, speaker & worship leader. President of Next Level Worship International, Inc. (nextlevelworship.com)

What Do I Do During My Quiet Time? (Podcast)

Hello everyone and welcome to the worship Q and A podcast. I'm Dwayne Moore. Each week we try to answer questions that worship leaders are asking. Recently I was speaking at the California Baptist University in Riverside, California, and it was an incredible experience just being with the students there and being a part of

God’s Great Cost for Our Peace

by Dwayne Moore “For God was pleased to have all the fullness dwell in him, and through him to reconcile to himself all things…by making peace through his blood, shed on the cross. Once you were alienated from God…but now he has reconciled you by Christ’s physical body through death to present you holy in

Characteristics of a God-Given Ministry Vision

Hello everyone. Welcome to the Worship Q&A podcast. I'm Dwayne Moore. Each week we try to answer questions that worship leaders are asking. Today I'm excited to talk to you about six characteristics of a God-sized vision for your ministry. Or, to put it in the form of a question, what do I do if

Worship Leaders: Lead in Awe This Easter

by Dwayne Moore One quiet morning a few weeks ago, I decided to take some time to pray alone in our sanctuary. But as soon as I sat down on the front row, my mind began racing about all the stuff that still needed to be done before our Easter services: “How will the lights

Jonathan Edward’s Resolutions for 2018

To start this new year, I just finished reading Jonathan Edward's 70 Resolutions. He wrote these as a teen-ager and read them every week to keep his mind focused and renewed. Below are 15 Resolutions that stood out to me the most. These are the ones I particularly need to apply and remember in 2018.

A Christmas Wrapped in Praise (Podcast)

Written by Dwayne Moore Let’s start with a question: What is the one thing God made sure Jesus got the best of when He first came to earth? Was it our riches? No, He was born in a stall with barn animals and hay. Was it our royalty? No. His parents were a shepherd boy


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