Define Your Christian Band's Mission

Know what God has called your band to do | taught by Marie Wise

Course description

How can you know what kind of ministry God has for you to do?

We'll take a look at how God has prepared you with past experiences and where your heart's desire is now. We'll also look at how band members individual desires and stories can combine to make interesting music and a powerful ministry.

When your band has a clear message and agrees on where you want to be in ministry, you'll have unity. Your decisions will be easier as you develop steps to best accomplish your mission. Your ministry will be more effective because it will be targeted to the people who can be helped most by your ministry.

This FREE 5 part mini-course will help you lay a solid foundation for your music ministry.

1. Defining Your Target Audience

2. Defining Your Music Genre and Style

3. Defining Which Venues you Should Play

4. Using Your Appearance to Connect with Fans

5. Using your Story to Bring Fans Closer to Jesus

Marie Wise
Marie Wise

Musician, concert promoter, visual artist, band manager—you name it, I have probably done it. Then I write about what I learned in The Christian Band Handbook and The Christian Musicians Devotional. In addition to the variety of experience in music, I hold a certificate in nonprofit business leadership and management from Michigan State University and the Society of Nonprofit Organizations. My husband Mark, a bass player and guitarist, has been a Christian musician for over 20 years.

You can always get in touch with me at: marie@ChristianBandHelp.com

Reviews (2)

Good helps and advice, video was not personal and engaging

by Mike Kendrick
Your advice helped me come to terms with the fact that though I am reformed and homeschooling dad, I probably can't push my rock style of music to that demographic. I love your advice and your ministry, but I found your writing to be more personable than your video. You weren't looking at me as if we were face to face and it was scripted vs. conversational. I read the transcripts instead and found it very helpful. Ironically, the last video with just audio was easier to engage with. The non-eye contact thing was kind of weird. Also, low res video felt low quality. HD might make it stand out more with all the other video content out there. Just a thought. Loved the content though. Do you have specific advice for solo artists vs. bands? I am working as a solo artist on the side. Advice on balancing work and family life and music ministry? (My wife and I have 6 kids) Thanks again! Mike Kendrick mikekendricknoise.com

Very Excellent Material

by Harold Vondenstein
Great course to get you on track. Thank you. I liked all the videos and pdf downloads were particularly helpful.

Good helps and advice, video was not personal and engaging

by Mike Kendrick
Your advice helped me come to terms with the fact that though I am reformed and homeschooling dad, I probably can't push my rock style of music to that demographic. I love your advice and your ministry, but I found your writing to be more personable than your video. You weren't looking at me as if we were face to face and it was scripted vs. conversational. I read the transcripts instead and found it very helpful. Ironically, the last video with just audio was easier to engage with. The non-eye contact thing was kind of weird. Also, low res video felt low quality. HD might make it stand out more with all the other video content out there. Just a thought. Loved the content though. Do you have specific advice for solo artists vs. bands? I am working as a solo artist on the side. Advice on balancing work and family life and music ministry? (My wife and I have 6 kids) Thanks again! Mike Kendrick mikekendricknoise.com

Very Excellent Material

by Harold Vondenstein
Great course to get you on track. Thank you. I liked all the videos and pdf downloads were particularly helpful.