The Exceptional Worship Team Coaching Course
This six-session course will equip you to grow a strong, engaged team that leads life-changing worship. You can go through the course over six months, or get all six sessions at once (for you Type-A binge-learners).
The Blueprint Session
The Blueprint Session is a low-cost, high-impact leadership coaching session.
By the end of The Blueprint Session, you will have a clear picture of where your ministry needs to grow and develop. And you'll have a plan to make a significant change in your ministry in the next 60 days.
Your master song list is a huge part of your church's language of worship, as well as a teacher of doctrine and theology. You need a system to make your song list the best it can be.
The SongCycle will walk you step-by-step to create and refine a life-giving master song list.
The transitions in your worship service matter. Don’t leave them up to chance.
Worship Flow: 28 Ways To Create Great Segues is a quick, easy-to-read resource for worship leaders and pastors who plan services. In these 28 segues, Jon covers how to move in and out of all the common elements of worship—music, prayer, scripture, offering, announcements, messages, communion, and more.
Learn how to make the most of what you have with the Small Church/ Big Worship Coaching Group.
Most of the worship conferences and training events are geared towards larger churches with far bigger budgets.
This coaching group is designed (and priced) for worship leaders in churches of less than 200 weekly average weekly attendance.
The Taming of Christmas
The fresh perspective of this devotional kicks some of the sentimental crust off of the Christmas story. It causes people to think differently about a God who staged a rescue that started with baby in a barn.
The Taming of Christmas is short enough to be read as a meditation or a devotional for your Christmas Eve service, or other Advent-season worship gathering. It’ll also start some great discussions in your small group ministries.
Eight Words was originally written as a devotional for a Good Friday service. It can be read in about 15 minutes, but don't let the brevity mislead you. It will cause you to think differently about Jesus' final hours.
Eight Words is great for a personal or congregational reading, especially leading up to Good Friday and Easter. You can also use it in a small group, or as a way to prepare for The Lord's Table.