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Next Level Worship Conference, seminars & conferences, Worship Leaders, worship teams
ReNEW Worship Conference in Fort Wayne, IN!

Join us on October 20th in Fort Wayne, IN for an incredible day of discovering how to more effectively lead others in biblical worship. Bring your whole team. We promise they will be challenged and encouraged! Hosted by Next Level Worship and led by founder Dwayne Moore author of the bestselling book, “Pure Praise.” Joining

Guest Posts, Podcast, teaching, Worship Leaders, worship teams
How to Attract Quality Musicians for Your Worship Ministry

Hello everyone. Welcome to the Worship Q&A Podcast. I’m Dwayne Moore. In this podcast, we try to answer questions that worship leaders are asking. Today, we have Tony Guerrero (TonyGuerrero.com) back with us for the second week in row in our podcast. I love Tony. I loved the time he spent with our coaching students

Donate, Ministry Strategies, worship teams
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

Pure Praise Resources, worship teams
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

Training, worship teams
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

Next Level Worship Conference, seminars & conferences, worship teams
Area-wide Worship Conference in Oklahoma!

Join Dwayne for our area-wide worship conference in Enid, OK October 28, 2017! Click here to register today!     You’re invited to the ReNEW Worship Conference in Enid, OK. It’s on Saturday October, 28 at Emmanuel Enid Church. We’ll have lunch, and you can bring your whole team! We’ll be sharing our joys, struggles, and

worship teams
Should We Pay Church Musicians? (Podcast)

Our question today is should we pay our church musicians. The short answer is maybe…if certain criteria are met. To help us answer this difficult question, we first need to look at the Levite musicians. We’re not told in scripture if the Levite musicians were actually paid for their services. However, in 1 Chronicles 9

Next Level Worship Conference, seminars & conferences, teaching, worship teams
Announcing a ReNEW Worship Conference in Enid, Oklahoma!

We’re excited to announce a ReNEW Worship Conference in Enid, OK! You can REGISTER NOW! Bring your entire worship team for a day of encouragement and teaching by Dwayne Moore. Check out the video below to learn more. Feel free to contact us for more information or questions! WHERE: Emmanuel Enid Church  //  Enid, OK

Missions, pastors, reports, worship teams
How Can Our Worship Team Get Involved in Missions? (Podcast)

Click here to LISTEN to this podcast. In this Worship Q&A podcast Dwayne has a conversation with fellow NLWI team members, Jordan Hutton and Donald Kutala, who head up NLWI’s missions efforts. Topics covered in this podcast include: Local missions ideas to get your worship team “outside the walls” of your church ministering in your community

Ministry Strategies, worship teams
How Worship Ministry Is Like Football (Repost)

A worship ministry should help in serving the overall purposes of the church. A worship ministry is not a stand-alone entity that operates separately from the other vital ministries within a church. The best way I know to explain this unique philosophy and approach to ministry is through the analogy of American football. And I’m

Ministry Strategies, worship teams
Eight Steps to Transform Your Worship Ministry (Repost)

Check out this step-by-step plan to help your worship team members flourish in three fundamental areas—as worshipers, musicians and mentors. This 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

Resources, seminars & conferences, teaching, Worship Planning, worship teams
6 Characteristics of a God-Sized Vision (repost)

. 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

Next Level Worship Conference, seminars & conferences, worship teams
Bring a ReNEW Worship Conference to Your Church!

  We are so excited to offer you THREE new conferences from Next Level Worship. Today we want to focus on the ReNEW Worship Conference: INSPIRATION for you and your worship team. ReNEW Worship Conferences are one-day conferences hosted by a local church for worship teams in their area. These conferences are led by the

Next Level Worship Conference, Resources, worship teams
Host a ReNEW Worship Conference in Your Church!

Our team at Next Level Worship would love the opportunity to partner with your church to host a regional worship conference! We have a few available dates for this Fall and Winter. Please call us or email us if you are interested. Meanwhile, check out this great new brochure about the ReNEW Worship Conferences! Click

teaching, worship teams
Worship Leaders Can’t Settle for Praise

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