worship leading

Coaching, Training, worship leading
Worship Leader Coaching Will Help You Grow in 2018!

EXPAND YOUR INFLUENCE. IMPACT YOUR TEAM. LEAVE A LEGACY. Dwayne Moore and our team at NLW want to help YOU grow and succeed in your ministry of worship leading within your church! Start the process now by signing up today and joining our coaching network in 2018! Our Worship Leader Coaching has 3 phases of growth. Like

Discipleship, Donate, worship leading
A Process to Train Worship Leaders

Our end goal is not to produce great worship services, but rather, to produce great worshipers, who will in turn help produce great worship services. At NLW, we suggest a “funnel process” for discovering and developing worship leaders. This process is intentional, prayerful, and deliberate. It’s intentional because we believe training and discipleship don’t happen by accident. It’s prayerful because we recognize

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Respecting Each Other’s Music Styles in Worship (Repost)

The following is an excerpt from Week 7 of Pure Praise: A Heart-Focused Bible Study on Worship. Any song that honors God and is scripturally accurate is, in fact, “suitable” to be sung at church. However, not every song is suitable every time the church gathers. That is because of a thing called sensitivity… While particular

Coaching, Training, worship leading
The Impact of Worship Leader Coaching

Worship Leader Coaching will expand your influence, impact your team, and help you leave a legacy for years to come. Dwayne Moore and the NLW team want to encourage you! Check out the testimonies below from real people that have been through coaching with NLW. We want you to grow and succeed in your ministry

Training, worship leading
When Worship Team Members Are Too Spontaneous and “Free” on Stage (Repost)

Someone sent the team at Next Level Worship this question. How would you advise this her? “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

Biblical Perspectives, Resources, worship leading
4 Goals Every Worship Gathering Should Accomplish (Repost)

Reprinted from Week 7 of Pure Praise.  Every time we come together to worship our Lord on Sundays (as well as at other times), there are four goals our worship gatherings should meet. While we have quite a bit of freedom in how we go about accomplishing each goal, the goals themselves are not optional and not subject to change. They remain

Podcast, teaching, worship leading
Part 2: How to Change the Culture of Your Worship Ministry (Podcast)

Hey everyone. Welcome to the Worship Q&A podcast. I’m Dwayne Moore. Each week, we try to answer questions that worship leaders are asking. Today the topic is how to change the culture of your worship ministry. We are going through eight practical steps to help you change the culture of your worship ministry. Be sure

Podcast, Resources, Training, Updates, worship leading
Part 1: How to Change the Culture of Your Worship Ministry (Podcast)

This step-by-step approach can change the culture of your worship ministry and help your team grow spiritually and numerically—no matter the size of your church. We’ve seen firsthand the impact it has made in small congregations and large ones! Please note that these methodical steps may take you months to complete. Be patient, and don’t

Podcast, Training, worship leading
Advice for Worship Leaders 38 and Older (Podcast)

During one of my sessions recently at the Sweetwater worship conference, someone asked me, “Dwayne, what do you tell worship leaders who are 38 and older?” The first thing that comes to mind is that if a person is 38 years old, then he or she has already started into their second half of life. Wish

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How to Develop Your Team To Be Ministers Through Music (Repost)

The goal for church musicians and assistants should be that they become ministers through music. Ministers through music have some very distinguishing characteristics. They are passionate about what they are doing. They have a sense of calling. They are disciplined. They are full of integrity, and they clearly exhibit a servant heart toward God and