Music Training 

Music training is designed to develop the heart of worship in the heart of you; the worship leader. During your time at music training you will learn to play, pray, eat and sleep like a worship leader. Welcome to Music Training missionary!

Why Music Training? 

To really serve by leading others in “Addressing . . . one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with all your heart.” Ephesians 5:19

What it means to be a musician on NET? 
A musician on NET is not just a musician. You are a servant leader – humbly laying down your life for a heart of authentic worship.
The role of the worship leader or music leader? 
To boldly lead your fellow missionaries in authentic worship and “Sing to him a new song; play skillfully, and shout for joy.” – Psalm 33:3
Audition Videos
Deadline to submit a video is July 1st. Submit Video upon receving missionary acceptance letter (Click Here) 
Coming to Music Training? 
If you are coming to Music Training, you must raise at least $3,500 in MPD by August 1st.
(International team members will need to raise 80% of the total before coming to MT.)
Music Training Dates
August 8, 2017 (Arrival Day for Missionary Musicians) 

Music Training Team 

Dan Driver

Dan Driver

Dan completed a diploma in Performance Guitar at a British Rock school called the ACM that boasts alumni such as Ed Sheeran and the bassist of Mumford and Sons. Dan has released an album, written songs for others to perform and has been many different bands ranging from acoustic jazz to British Hip-Hop. His current musical interests include solo fingerstyle acoustic guitar playing, classical music, and a mild obsession with Josh Garrels.


Greg Montana

Greg Montana

Greg is from sunny Southern California and plays guitar and clarinet. He was part of the USC Trojan Marching Band and performed alongside such artists as the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, John Dolmayan of System of a Down, and Ozomatli. The roots of his eclectic musical taste lie in alternative rock and ska, liturgical choral and swing music, and Americana.

Sample Music Training Schedule 


Do I need my own guitar?

Since your guitar is the primary instrument for leading worship, yes, you will need your own guitar.


Will my guitar get destroyed on the road?

Most guitars survive the year, but will endure some degree of ‘wear-and-tear.’ A hard-shell case for your instrument is highly recommended!


Will NET insure my guitar?

No. If your guitar is valued at more than $1,000, we suggest bringing a less valuable guitar.


Can I bring my other instruments?

Please call or email Bianca Sanchez for more information.


Contact the Music Team

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