Our Mission

Our mission is to encourage and equip worshipers of God to glorify Him in all aspects of life, while growing in revelation of Him, responsiveness to His leading and excellence as musicians.

 

At Living Light School of Worship, our goal is for each student to have a growing revelation of the brilliance and beauty of the Lord. God wants to show us His glory and majesty in increasing measure, and we want to reflect this both in our lives and in our music. Our desire is that students will finish the program with not only increased skill and understanding of music, but more importantly with a greater hunger and a more passionate desire to know Jesus Christ, and to make Him known.

Our Objectives

  • Develop a lifestyle that glorifies the Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Deepen students’ passion and hunger for God.
  • Experience revelation of His purposes in the Church and Kingdom of God.
  • Understand and experience the expression of extravagant worship.
  • Grow in sensitivity to the Holy Spirit’s leading.
  • Deepen students’ knowledge of Scripture through the discipline of Bible reading.
  • Sharpen musical skills for musical and technical excellence.
  • Develop a capacity for versatility as a musician.
  • Learn how to be effective in evangelism.
  • Build and strengthen leadership and communication skills.

Meet Our Staff

Kal Bergendahl

Co-Director

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Teresa Reynolds

Co-Director

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John Lalgee

Principal, Apostle of One Church Ministries

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Gloria Cairo

Administrator

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John Pendray

Music Teacher

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Kim Pendray

Music Teacher

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Chris Marvin

Music Teacher

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Tim Pingitore

Pastoral Staff, Bible Teacher

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Scott Goodwill

Bible Teacher, Teacher of One Church Ministries

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Ian Gerrard

Pastoral Staff, Bible Teacher

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Terry Peterson

Music Teacher

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Hear from alumni

Whatever life throws at you - good or bad - I learned to put those things to the side and just come before God and worship Him, because He is good all the time and He is always worthy of our praise.

Juan PadillaTexas, Class of '16