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Posted by Frank Emanuel
 - Dec 06, 2010, 6:00 AM
We asked Dan Wilt to pitch his work training worship leaders. Worship is often the first place people learn theology - it is so very important for us as a movement to pay attention to the quality of our worship. Much as we all love just getting lost in God's presence (what's not to love!) we must also recognize we are training our people in the things of God. Dan's work draws deep from the breadth of Christianity. He encourages us to go deep too - not just deeper in love with God, but deeper into a life of godly devotion that surrenders completely to all God has for us in this world. Here is how we can connect to what Dan is doing. This is one resource you are not going to want to miss. is today's foremost online worship development resource available. Featuring hundreds of free media resources, including On-Demand courses, retreats, training seminars and more, you will explore worship through an ancient-future lens, connecting with resources from many streams of the church. You can even do online study for university credit.

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Source: Worship Training Resource