The following article by Dwayne was featured this week on Pastors.com and in Rick Warren's Ministry Toolbox. This article is part of the Building Strong Worshipers series, presented by Pastors.com in partnership with Next Level Worship. Our goal for church musicians and worship teams should be that they become ministers through music. It isn’t enough to be good musicians
Someone sent me this question the other day. How would you advise her? -- Dwayne "I have a guy I am letting vocal lead a song here and there in the Sunday set. He leads his songs pretty well…I am training him and helping him learn to do vocal cues, signal the band, sing on
Thanks to everyone who prayed and supported us on our nine-day mission tour in Guatemala this past week! My 13 year old son, Stephen, and I joined 15 college students from Northeast Junior College to do street, school and village evangelism in several cities throughout Guatemala. This trip was a great example of "next level worship,"
Do yourself a huge favor and go today, in fact right now, to www.IAmSecond.com. This is a website put together by Tony Evans. It is cutting edge in its format and presentation. It features video testimonies by famous sports stars, movie stars, and musicians, such as Darrell Waldrep, Stephen Baldwin, Brian "Head" Welch (former lead guitarist
The following article is featured in the Summer 09 edition of Neue. Neue is a quarterly bookzine produced by Relevant Magazine for emerging ministry leaders. How To Develop Your Worship Team to Be Ministers through Music By Dwayne Moore The goal for church musicians and assistants should be that they become ministers through music. Ministers through music
Hey everyone! My discipleship group is going through the Book of Luke right now. In my quiet time a couple days ago, God used a passage in Luke to teach me a powerful principle regarding our ministry. (This profound truth also applies to local churches and church ministries.) Next Level Worship is a young ministry