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seminars & conferences, Training, Worship Leaders
Join us at the ReFOCUS Worship Conference This February!

Join Dwayne Moore, Laura Story, Tim Timmons, Dr. Vernon Whaley & more at our 2019 ReFOCUS Worship Conference in the beautiful Smoky Mountains! . Let us help you refocus on the Lord, on your spouse and worship team, and on who God made you to be. The ReFOCUS Worship Conference is specially designed for worship

Prayer
Join NLW in PRAYER Today

Prayer partners are vital to our ministry’s effectiveness and success! Jesus said, “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you” (Matthew 7:7 ESV). We need intercessory prayer partners who will pray for the Lord to send us the worship leaders He wants

Discipleship, Missions, pastors, Training, Worship Leaders
WORSHIP LEADER INTENSIVE SCHOOL IN ZIMBABWE

The NLW team is excited to be in Zimbabwe this August! The Worship Intensive School gathers worship leaders and pastors from multiple countries to learn about and apply biblical worship to their lives and ministries. We expect 100 or more leaders at the upcoming school, and we are praying for God to make a great

pastors, seminars & conferences, Training, Worship Leaders
ReIMAGINE Worship Intensive – October 15-19 in Louisville, KY

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

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Discipleship, Training, worship study
Worship God Daily: A Tool To Study God’s Word

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Guest Posts
Worship is More Than Music (Repost)

  Our motto at Next Level Worship is “More Than Music.” I love those 3 words because they encapsulate the core message of our ministry. Simply put, our team at Next Level Worship International believes and teaches that worship is more than just music.  If you’re a worship leader, pastor, or paid servant of the

Devotional Thoughts
“Just Ask Me For It” – The Case for Bold Prayers (Repost)

  I had been home from Africa less than 24 hours when I got the call. I felt as though I was being summoned to prayer. After a month of traipsing across 3 countries doing worship conferences, I had been looking forward to hiding away in my house for a couple days to recoup and

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

Discipleship, evangelism, Missions
Africa Worship Training Tour 2018 Report

The NLW team is now home from visiting 5 countries in 25 days! Thank you to all that followed along and joined us in prayer. This mission trip cost over $15,000 in addition to monthly operating expenses. THANK YOU to all of our generous supporters that made this trip possible. The team is grateful and humbled by