worship leader

Biblical Perspectives, pure praise worship study, Resources
The Need for Pliability in Corporate Worship

The following article by Dwayne Moore appears this week in Rick Warren’s Ministry Toolbox, Issue #370. This is an excerpt from Pure Praise: A Heart-focused Bible Study on Worship. In worship services, we should plan as much as possible and then allow for spontaneity. But what happens when spontaneous worship actually occurs? How should we respond

Resources
Links to Free Download of Pure Praise

In the 10 weeks that we offered Pure Praise: A Heart-focused Bible Study on Worship as a free introductory download, we had over 1300 people download the study. These folks hailed from every continent, from more than 50 countries, and from all 50 US states. Close to 30 denominations were represented. Such international interest and response

Resources
FREE Download of Pure Praise Study (limited time)

Thanks to all 1300 people from every continent, over 50 countries, and all 50 US states who downloaded Pure Praise during the 10-week introductory period! You can still download a sample chapter of Pure Praise: A Heart-focused Bible Study on Worship! This study has been endorsed by Darlene Zschech (Hillsong), Mark Hall (Casting Crowns), Rick

endorsements, pure praise worship study, worship study
Rick Muchow Endorses Pure Praise worship study!

We just received this amazing endorsement from Rick Muchow, who is the worship pastor at Saddleback Church in California (where Rick Warren is pastor). Again, God has shown Himself faithful and awesome as He continues to raise up the Pure Praise worship study to impact His church! (Go here for more information about Pure Praise.) Dwayne

Random Thoughts
Botswana Mission Report

Hello everyone! We are back from Botswana. Thank you for your prayers during our mission trip to Gaborone, Botswana, Africa. It was an amazing time! I had the privilege to teach several worship seminars to both college students and worship leaders in that country. Also, I got to do an open-air concert at Open Baptist

Biblical Perspectives, Leaders' Notes
Another Article Featured in Pastors.com

Hey everyone, please take a few moments and go to the link below to read Dwayne’s latest article in Rick Warren’s Ministry Toolbox. This is the tenth article that the Toolbox newsletter–which has over 180,000 subscribers–has featured of Dwayne’s. We are thankful for our ongoing relationship with Pastors.com. Link to the article: http://www.pastors.com/RWMT/article.asp?ArtID=11215. ShareFollow

Biblical Perspectives, Leaders' Notes
More Thoughts on the Title “Worship Leader”

Recently, someone wrote us the following comment about my article, “Worship Leader Is Still a Good Title.” He said, “Whether worship leader is the most accurate description or not depends on our definition of the word ‘worship.’ If worship is ‘to feel in the heart’ as A.W. Tozer has said, then we may never know if we are ‘leading worship.’…we

Leaders' Notes, seminars & conferences
Next Level Worship Invited to Lead in AL State Conference

Our good friend, Keith Hibbs, has invited us to help lead a worship leader state-wide conference in May. Part of Alabama Southern Baptists’ Leader Connect emphasis, this conference at Shocco Springs Conference Center near Talledega, AL is for all the associational music directors across the state. I will be leading worship conferences in Botswana, Africa during this time. Thus, John Martin,

Biblical Perspectives, Leaders' Notes
“Worship Leader” Is Still a Good Title

Of late, the term worship leader has come upon hard times. ‘Seems that titles like “lead worshiper” or “worship facilitator” or even “song leader” are more in vogue. I appreciate the careful thought and articulation of my colleagues who want to better define what we do each week when we stand in front of other believers