We here at M&M are excited for the upcoming release of a special documentary entitled, “57/30” that recently had the first teaser trailer release to Youtube. You might notice M&M founder and president, Steve, flash before your eyes with a very impressive quote and you might also think to yourself that whoever did the music[…]
We are very excited to announce the release of the latest book, Generational Worship: The Seed, The Soil, & The Sun that goes into depth about how to reach across the generations within your ministry. These are lessons that we have learned from a decade of traveling ministry. Check out the preview below and get[…]
Freshly updated and retitled, How I Learned To Delegate is a must read for everyone involved with leading people (especially for those in ministry). I used to be a professional do-er that always wanted to delegate but couldn’t seem to get it figured out. People would always let me down, couldn’t do it as well[…]
I was born fat (12 lbs) and then got pretty heavy in my 20’s, but then a chance conversation put me on the road to health when someone took the time share their story with me. Now having sustainably lost about 100 lbs, it seemed good to be the one to share my story and[…]
We sat down with Jenn Johnson from Bethel Church to talk about her new book about finding balance in life and ministry. Lot’s of laughs. https://musicandministry.co/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Jenn-Johnson.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSS
We sat down with Jenn Johnson from Bethel Church to talk about her new book, All Things Lovely. Join us as we laugh about finding balance in life and ministry. Lot’s of fun.
We are very excited to announce that the audio book for 72% Cocoa: A Practical Guide to Intense Worship is now available everywhere! Narrated by the author (and Music & Ministry founder) Steven James Reed, he brings his humor to life as only he can. This powerful book is fun to listen to and will[…]
FRONT & CENTER (an expert from Getting Your Church To Sing by Steven James Reed) The first is to know where to stand. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to ask people who the leader is and was surprised to find out that it was the person in the back hiding behind their[…]