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Fine-tuning Our Ears

Fine-tuning Our Ears By Dwayne Moore I am thankful to God that, as we have learned, he will find a way to speak to me as I determine to live for him. But to what length must he go to get my attention? Will it require adversity

Episode 9: How to build online church community & small groups; new books on worship (podcast)

In this week's episode of The Heart of Worship Podcast we have two special guests with us. In the first half of the podcast, Dwayne interviews Dr. Terry Hadaway, an online specialist at Amazon and also a long-time consultant for churches and businesses on how to connect with people online. Terry shares helpful

Connect and Encourage

Connect and Encourage by John Martin We are living in uncertain times. Most of us are having to adapt to a new (and hopefully temporary) way of living as we practice social distancing and remaining safe-at-home. Some of us are struggling with illness and others with the loss of income.

Our Most Important Asset

Our Most Important Asset By Dwayne Moore What is most important for us as worshippers and worship leaders is that we learn to listen for and discern God’s voice when he speaks to us. But for us to really grasp why this asset is so significant, first a climate of

Episode 8: Ethiopia mission, worship ministry during COVID, family worship while quarantined (podcast)

In this week's episode of The Heart of Worship Podcast, Dwayne invited Jon Tyner and Chris Mellon to join him for some reminiscing about their adventures and ministry time in Ethiopia. They share their unique experiences and perspectives about the incredible Christian believers and leaders in Ethiopia. They also share about

Our Most Necessary Ability

Our Most Necessary Ability By Dwayne Moore Have you ever wondered how it would feel to be another person? I wondered that recently while reading a biography of Brother Lawrence. He wasn’t rich, famous, or glamorous. He was just a simple cook. But he had something incredibly rare. This is

My First Trip to Africa

  My First Trip to Africa by John Martin As you know our NLW Team just recently returned from Africa where we were able to train close to 100 church leaders from several different countries at our intensive school in Ethiopia. I had the joy of going in early