attitudes

Christmas, drama
FREE Christmas Play by Dwayne Moore

FREE for LIMITED TIME ONLY: If Christ Had Not Come is a 2-act play written by the author of Pure Praise and 30 Days of Renewal, Dwayne Moore, and his wife, Sonia. This 45-minute play is both powerful and effective in presenting the Gospel message of hope in Jesus Christ in a fresh and entertaining

Christmas, drama, Resources
FREE Christmas Dinner Theater Christian Play!

FREE for LIMITED TIME ONLY: If Christ Had Not Come is a 2-act play written by the author of Pure Praise and 30 Days of Renewal, Dwayne Moore, and his wife, Sonia. This 45-minute play is both powerful and effective in presenting the Gospel message of hope in Jesus Christ in a fresh and entertaining way. If

Biblical Perspectives, magazine articles, Resources
Three Directions of Lifestyle Worship, Part 3

The following article by Dwayne will be featured this fall in Lifeway’s cirriculum called YOU. YOU, LifeWay’s newest adult Sunday School curriculum, is biblically-based with culturally relevant lessons to help Christians connect, grow, serve, and ultimately be engaged in impacting the world for God. YOU is unprecedented, because it is intentionally focused on urban/multicultural believers. We

Leaders' Notes, worship teams
How to Start a Praise Band in Your Church

From time to time, we are asked how to start  a praise team to lead music during worship services in churches. Below are seven lessons Dwayne has learned from several years of leading praise teams in the churches where he has served.  He has been involved with starting two successful praise teams from scratch as well as four choirs. He

Biblical Perspectives, Leaders' Notes, Ministry Strategies, Resources
How to Develop Your Team To Be Ministers Through Music

The following article is featured in the Summer 09 edition of Neue. Neue is a quarterly bookzine produced by Relevant Magazine for emerging ministry leaders. How To Develop Your Worship Team to Be Ministers through Music By Dwayne Moore  The goal for church musicians and assistants should be that they become ministers through music. Ministers through music