In this week's episode of The Heart of Worship Podcast, Dwayne and Stephen discuss some of the questions from our ReFOCUS Retreat in Pigeon Forge, TN this past weekend. Questions covered include: How can you stay joyful even though there may not be much participation in the congregation ? Who is worship for? How
[kc_row use_container="yes" _id="631712"][kc_column width="50%" _id="527780"][kc_single_image image_size="300x200" _id="679751" image_source="media_library" image="9973"][/kc_column][kc_column width="50%" _id="58542"][kc_column_text _id="548493"] This is the family devotional for Week 1 of WorshipLife. Please adapt this devotional to work best for your family. Say this week’s memory verse together: "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with
How can we know if our congregation is really worshiping? To find the answer to that question, first we need understand the 4 stages of congregational worship. Everyone in our congregation is in one or more of these stages. The stages are progressive: one stage leads to the next that leads to the next. In this episode of Worship Q&A Dwayne Moore unpacks those 4 stages and explains how we can help move our congregations forward in worship.
In the video below, Dwayne Moore takes his congregation on a "journey of worship," based on Isaiah 6. This unique and powerful experience includes segments of teaching, mixed with responses of music and praise. This service was part of our Worship Leader Intensive. These talented Intensive students, along with members of the Valley View Church band, helped