Chad is the executive worship pastor at the Summit Church in Boise, Idaho.
He gets worship ministry and understands that no two churches are alike. His services are tailor-made to your needs.
Here are some examples of what he offers.
- worship team building
- addressing the heart of worship
- communication between worship team and congregation
- musicianship training
- vision casting
- one on one worship leader mentoring
He will come for a
- 90 minute talk on worship on any of the above topics
- 1,2 or 3 day worship ministry tune-up including all of the above topics
- prayer summit
- worship concert (listen to music here)
- lead your services as guest worship leader
90 MINUTE SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT, LEADING A WORSHIP SERVICE OR GIVING A CONCERT:
Chad will give 90 minute talk or message to help you with your need and to inspire you and your team. He can lead your congregation in a worship service or give a concert for your worship teams/worship leaders, your congregation / community.
1, 2 or 3 DAY WORSHIP MINISTRY TUNE-UP:
Packages are tailor-made to your specific needs, meeting with your worship teams and your worship leaders in educational workshops and inspirational talks. Worship is included throughout each day.
No matter what your package looks like, it will include video conferencing before your event. During these conferencing sessions, he will talk with you about your ministry and the specific goals you'll want to accomplish with the tune-up.
The prayer summit is worship but in a way distinct from a praise and worship service. It is prayer (typically anywhere from one to three days) but distinct from a prayer meeting. Rather than one person praying for one thing and then another person praying for something else, everyone prays as a collective. Where one person leaves off, another person picks up. Think of a prayer summit as a place where all of God’s children gather in humility by taking communion, praying through scripture and singing worship songs, laying their requests before Him in the form of one continuous monologue.
What is the outcome of a prayer summit? Picture, if you will, a giant stone door that cannot be moved. No matter how hard we push against it and no matter how many people try to force it, it does not open. And God whispers, “only by prayer”. God answers our requests in His own time and in His own way but if you would like to have the stone door pushed open start with a prayer summit. Give me a call.
WORSHIP CONCERT (Listen to music here):
You can listen to Chad's music by clicking on the line above. You may not have a worship leader or perhaps your worship leader is out of town for a particular Sunday. Perhaps you would like to bring your community in for an evening of worship. Whatever the case may be, give him a call. You'll get him, not his staff. His cell: 208-761-5856