Worship Leaders

Guest Posts, Worship Leaders, worship study
Worshiping God With My Life

Today NLWI is excited to feature John Martin. John recently joined the staff team as the Director of Ministries. He has a heart for worship and helping others grow in their love for God and others. NLWI is greatly blessed to have him on the team. For my first official blog post as a full-time employee of

Guest Posts, Worship Leaders
Performance vs. Ministry – Part II

Check out Part II of the Performance vs. Ministry blog series! Donald is a pastor and worship leader in Zambia, and he is the director of NLW’s ministry in Africa. He works and travels with the NLW team multiple times per year, helping lead and teach at the various events hosted throughout Africa. Click here

Guest Posts, Worship Leaders
Performance vs. Ministry – Part I

Today NLW is excited to introduce Donald Kutala as a guest writer for the blog! Donald is a pastor and worship leader in Zambia, and he is the director of NLW’s ministry in Africa. He works and travels with the NLW team multiple times per year, helping lead and teach at the various events hosted

Coaching, Training, Worship Leaders
Worship Leader Coaching Begins Next Week!

EXPAND YOUR INFLUENCE. IMPACT YOUR TEAM. LEAVE A LEGACY. There is only one week left before the IMPACT phase of worship leader coaching begins! It is not too late to join! The IMPACT Phase focuses on your group’s growth as a team. We will help you raise the quality and effectiveness of your worship ministry. Imagine ripples in

Worship Leaders
Worship Leaders: Lead in Awe This Easter

by Dwayne Moore One quiet morning a few weeks ago, I decided to take some time to pray alone in our sanctuary. But as soon as I sat down on the front row, my mind began racing about all the stuff that still needed to be done before our Easter services: “How will the lights

Education, Podcast, Worship Leaders
Why Do Worship Leaders Need to Invest Themselves Into Learning More? (Podcast)

Want to LISTEN to this blog post? Go to our Podcasts page. Dwayne Moore: Hello everyone, I’m Dwayne Moore. Welcome to the Worship Q&A podcast. Each week we try to answer questions that worship leaders are asking. Today I am sitting in the office of one of my dear friends, Hector Jeminez? Hector Jeminez: Hector

Coaching, Online Worship Leader Training, Training, Worship Leaders
FREE Worship Webinar Next Week!

HAVE YOU SIGNED UP YET? The FREE Webinar is only a few days away, so take a moment today to register today. Mark your calendar for March 19 at 1pm CST. The training will be hosted by Dwayne Moore, founder and president of NLW. You don’t want to miss this as we discuss ways to plan

Training, Worship Leaders
What’s Required for Authentic Worship? (Podcast)

Want to LISTEN to this blog article and coaching excerpt? Go to our Podcast! The following is an excerpt from NLW’s online coaching course. Take a listen or read below to get a taste of what is offered through coaching with Dwayne. If you’re interested in knowing more about joining a coaching class, let us

Coaching, Resources, Training, Worship Leaders, Worship Planning
FREE Webinar on Planning Worship Sets!

The NLW team is excited to announce a FREE webinar on March 19 at 1pm CST. The event will be hosted by Dwayne Moore, founder and president of NLW. You don’t want to miss this as we discuss ways to plan effective worship sets! Please fill out the form below to register today! We will

Discipleship, Guest Posts, pastors, Worship Leaders
WHO IS AT YOUR TABLE? Four Ways to Prepare Your Heart and Make Room for Authentic Worship

Today we are excited to share a guest post by Matthew Craig.  He is a pastor at First Christian Church in Scottsburg, IN. You can learn more about his family and ministry at restoreddiscipleship.com   As pastor, I often challenge myself to apply first the words that I’m preaching in my own life and then

pastors, Worship Leaders
Worship Leaders Need a Retreat!

As a person in full-time ministry, I’ve learned the importance of taking a retreat. Life and ministry can oftentimes be overwhelming, and at times even hurtful to your body and soul. We must find healing and hope daily through an intimate relationship with God, and sometimes we need to get away, retreat, and go deeper