In Defense of Quiet Times By Dwayne Moore "Quiet times" have gotten a bad rap lately. A popular Christian book came out recently that seems to cast doubt on quiet times, implying they are something of the past, something that worked for earlier generations but so much now. The other day I
Theology Shaping Worship Trinity By Savannah Cone [Editor's Note: This is the first article in a new series for our blog called "Theology Shaping Worship", which has previously been featured in our weekly Monday Motivation emails. Theology Shaping Worship explores key doctrines and how they
I think the one thing that really jumped out at me was just the quality, you know being there in Kenya and seeing your Kenya team and your Africa team - the quality of those people. I mean these were, these were high level people. And if you had told me that you brought them over from Broadway and The Lion King show, I'd have believed you.
2022 Ministry Highlights - Part 3: Processes for Growth Part 3 This video provides a snapshot to the ministry NLWI has contributed towards the Kingdom. This segment is one of four segments shared with the NLWI board of Directors. In part three, Dwayne explores the systems in place within NLWI that are
2022 Ministry Highlights - Part 2: A Year of Firsts Part 1 This video provides a snapshot to the ministry NLWI has contributed towards the Kingdom. This segment is one of four segments shared with the NLWI board of Directors. In part two, Dwayne shares several examples of “firsts” in the
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
2022 Ministry Highlights - Part 1: Preparing for Growth Part 1 This video provides a snapshot to the ministry NLWI has contributed towards the Kingdom. This segment is one of four segments shared with the NLWI board of Directors in 2022. In part one, Dwayne explores several testimonies regarding how
As worship leaders, we have ministerial duties that require us to reflect the love and truth of Jesus Christ in all that we say and do. We are not perfect but as teachers or worship pastors, we will be judged more strictly by others. That’s fair. “Not many of you should become teachers, my fellow believers, because you know that we who teach will be judged more strictly” James 3:1.
Decades ago, Dwayne Moore and David Edwards were an evangelistic-duo. Dwayne would lead in a time of praise and Dave would bring the Word. Now, Dwayne is excited to have Dave as a guest speaker at this year’s ReFOCUS Retreat in Pensacola, Florida (also available online).