Join Dwayne Moore for a FREE hour-long webinar on “Preparing for Easter.” Mark your calendars for March 13 at 9pm EST. Come and be encouraged as you prepare for this upcoming season! Once you’ve signed up, you’ll receive a link to the webinar a few days before the event. See you there! ShareFollow
Ever been tempted to sum up the success of a worship service based on how loudly people sing or how many raise their hands during your songs? I think we’ve all done that at one time or another. The more people engage in (and clap for) our music the more we tend to think they’re
The Relationship of God and Music Guest Post by Suzanne Provagna One of the characteristics I love about God is that He is direct. Every word has direction and meaning. Like the first commandment: Deuteronomy 5:6 “I am the LORD your GOD, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery.
Learn what the Bible teaches about Heaven. What will it be like? What will we do? Take this imaginary journey to Heaven with author and speaker, Dwayne Moore as he leads you to experience a taste of Heaven on earth. Go deeper when you purchase Dwayne’s book about Heaven called Heaven’s Praise: Hearing God Say
Below are 12 things we should and should not expect when mentoring someone. I’ve developed and applied these important directives over several years of mentoring. They are based on how Jesus poured into His disciples. –Dwayne Moore Boundaries and Expectations When Mentoring 1. Don’t expect to become close friends for life—but do expect to become friends.
This is our new Creed at Next Level Worship! It sums up what we teach and help churches and worship ministries do. It is thorough, wholistic and biblical in its approach and contents. May every worship ministry and praise team embrace these goals, steps and pledges! Next Level Worship has developed materials and resources to help
By Dwayne Moore . We see our Worship Arts Ministry at Valley View Church as helping to serve the overall purposes of our church. We’re not a stand-alone entity that operates separately from the other vital ministries within our church. The best way I know to explain our unique philosophy and approach to ministry is
. Below is a tool to help you determine vital areas that need your attention during 2016 to move your team and your God-given vision forward. This worksheet is part of our long-range strategic planning process during our Worship Leader Intensive. You can download the worksheet here. Let’s face it: Being a worship leader isn’t that
In the video below, Dwayne Moore takes his congregation on a “journey of worship,” based on Isaiah 6… This unique and powerful experience includes both music mixed in among snippets of teaching. This service was part of our Worship Leader Intensive. These talented Intensive students, along with members of the Valley View Church band, helped Dwayne
. Below is a tool to help you determine vital areas that need your attention during 2016 to move your team and your God-given vision forward. This worksheet is part of our long-range strategic planning process during our Worship Leader Intensive. You can download the worksheet here. Vital Areas for Results Efficiency is doings things right;
. Dreaming about the future of your church and ministry? Wondering what God might do through you and your congregation or team? Whatever He has for you, you can be sure that every God-inspired vision has six distinct characteristics. All of them can be clearly seen when God commissioned Joshua to lead His people into
I’ll never forget what Pastor Rick Warren said to our small group of worship leaders gathered at Saddleback’s retreat house once. Sitting comfortably beside me with his feet propped up, he taught us for over 2 hours! What stood out most was this one statement Pastor Rick said: “Discipleship is basically replacing our old habits
At Valley View Church, our vision for the worship and creative arts ministry is to be a “sculpturing factory.” The following key elements of our strategy are based on the analogy of a factory.￼ This is based on the sincere conviction that God entrusts us with people for a period time to help disciple and
. A worship leader recently asked me for advice. He is trying to make some important improvements to his music ministry, including adding a choir and a new recruiting process. How would you answer these questions? 1. Q: I’m in the process of putting together some new systems for the Fall. One of them is
By Dwayne Moore “O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt His name together” (Psalm 34:3). In this one simple verse, David has given us three distinct purposes of worship ministry. These purposes apply whether we’re in a church of 100, 1000, or 10,000. The purposes do not change. We may have