Blog

Devotional Thoughts, Guest Post
The Work That is Unseen

By Suzanne Provagna This morning I awoke before dawn and went outside.  It was completely dark and yet the birds were incessantly chirping.  It sounded like hundreds of birds happily singing while working.  I couldn’t see anything but it was obvious that there was immeasurable activity going on.  If you couldn’t hear, you would not have known that the

Biblical Perspectives, Devotional Thoughts
What Matters Most

By John Martin In my role with NLW International, I am blessed to meet some very talented and gifted people. Even within our own team God has blessed us with a wide range of talents and personalities! But regardless of how gifted any of us may be, we must never forget what matters most. The

Devotional Thoughts, missions, Updates
Life Lessons from Being Deported

By Dwayne Moore I got deported. Yep. Never thought I’d have to put those three words together in the same sentence. But it’s true. Bottom line: India wouldn’t let me in. (Not sure it was technically deportation since I never actually entered their country.) I can’t really blame them for turning me away. The customs

Updates
Missions & Worship Webinar

Missions & Worship Webinar Tuesday, April 30th at 11:30 am EST (New York, USA time) If you would like to learn more about the work God is doing on an international level and how you can share His work with your local church, please join us for a free webinar! Register below. In this one-hour

Church, Pastors, Updates
What Worship Leaders Need from their Pastor–Part 2

By Dwayne Moore In our first part to this series, we discussed the worship leader’s need of inspection from their pastors. Today we will discuss something that I believe is even more important, and that’s involvement! The pastor needs to be involved with the music or worship or arts ministry. This is very important to

Biblical Perspectives, Church
Don’t Forget About Hur
Biblical Perspectives, Devotional Thoughts, Updates
Forgiveness
Church, Pastors, Updates
What Worship Leaders Need from their Pastor–Part 1

By Dwayne Moore I have been leading worship and working as administrative pastor and other capacities in churches for many years. I’ve sung and spoken in over 1,000 churches and conferences. I’ve met many worship leaders and I’ve also spoken with many pastors over lunch in other places. And some things that I’ve noticed from