Equipping musicians for missionary service
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  • BELIZE 2017–Jay–the WHY

    March 03, 2017
    We enjoyed an awesome time of teaching with the guys today. We were considering the role of scripture in our worship services. ...read more

  • BELIZE–Jay’s Wrap up

    March 03, 2017
    IT WAS AWESOME!!! We had lots of people dancing and singing the songs that they knew. ...read more

  • BELIZE--Jay's Wrap up

    February 02, 2017

    As our time in Belize wrapped up a number of people asked me what impacted me most, what stuck with me after all we had done and experienced. Each time I had the same instantaneous visual fill my mind. It was a beautiful internal collage of the peopl...

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Mission Trips

  • One of the main pieces of gear we realized was needed by Fountain of Life Church was a snake for their sound system. For those who aren't familiar with the term, it's a nickname for the bundle of cables that allow the sound board to be far away from the stage--you plug the mics, instruments and speakers in a box at one end near the stage and a single thick cable "snakes" to the back of the room to the mixing board and allows the sound tech to have a better perception of what the congregation hears. The team brought a 100 ft snake with them to help in the worship experience of the church. A sim...

  • Today was a great day.  We spent time running through songs and doing a concert with a few musicians in that church.  We ended up with a bass player,  keyboard player,  and singer from Fuente Vida church with me on drums, with Rob from our team on guitar and Tito on vocals. Tito is a really good bass player, but he wanted Fuente Vida's bass player, named Issac to play instead. We were able to encourage Issac to play along with the patterns I was playing on my kick drum, which seems like a no brainer, but is not always the case for all young players.

    It was also really  cool for me to return t...

  • When someone tells you that they are going on a missions trip, the typical thought that crosses your mind is probably, “Oh, like going to help a poor remote village?” or “going to help build 4 walls or do a VBS?” And for the most part that’s what people do. People sign up to go on a trip to bring back pictures of how God used them to touch the lives of the kids in a village that doesn’t have running water. And while all of that is good, most of what we do as missions work, never creates a solution for the people that actually stay behind after we’ve gone back to our homes.

    What I love about wh...

  • To World Music Mission Through the Executive Director Joal Devendorf


    Precious greetings to you in Jesus’ Name, we bring you greetings from East African Gospel. Once again, we come to this very special time to express our heartfelt appreciation to World Music Mission. On behalf of the EA Gospel Planning committee and Uganda artists, Please accept our sincere appreciation for the outstanding music seminar. Judging from the comments of those who attended, the training was very successful. Most of the credit goes to World ...

  • Monday and Tuesday we spent recording a song that was written with the team members of World Music Mission and East Africa Gospel. It was a great pleasure to see the song turn out so well.  We spent a short amount of time over three nights and the investment paid off. It has multiple African languages and English words and has a very strong African feel.