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WHAT WORSHIP LEADERS NEED FOR GREAT STAGE PRESENCE CONT. (PART 3)

By Dwayne Moore The following is the third a three part post on the five things worship leaders need for great stage presence. For part 2 of the post, click here! 5. Authenticity Another vital characteristic is authenticity. This is a really important one. It’s subjective idea, because people can’t know your heart when you’re on

Church, Leadership
What Worship Leaders Need for Great Stage Presence Cont. (Part 2)

By Dwayne Moore The following is the second a three part post on the five things worship leaders need for great stage presence. For part 1 of the post, go here! 3. Communication There are several ways we can communicate as we stand on the platform. To most effective, our team needs understand what each

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What Worship Leaders Need for Great Stage Presence (Part 1)

By Dwayne Moore The following is the first a three part post on “What Worship Leaders Need” for Great Stage Presence: In 1 Samuel 16, God instructed Samuel to go to Bethlehem where he would meet up with Jesse and anoint one of his sons to be the next king of Israel. Jesse had several

Church, Leadership
Planning Worship Services that Flow

with Dwayne Moore Check out last weeks webinar on planning services and song sets for your church!

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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

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Don’t Forget About Hur
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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

Church, Pastors
Pastors and Worship Leaders: Working Together

By John Martin One of the most important relationships within the church world is the relationship between the lead pastor and the worship pastor. Let’s face facts, while many staff relationships can fall below the radar, the lead pastor and the worship pastor are front and center every week. No way to hide any awkwardness