OM Arts Children’s Music Songwriting Workshop

The goal is to write original worship songs in Albanian that can be used with children. A secondary goal is to empower the local participants in songwriting workshop principles so that they are equipped to lead workshops on their own.

The team will partner with those in country to facilitate a songwriting workshop to create children’s music. The songs will be used for worship and children’s meetings. This project is a continuation of a workshop conducted last year.

Singles welcome
Married couples welcome
Sorry, no families
Sorry, no groups
Tue 9 Jun 2020 to Mon 15 Jun 2020
Apply by
Wed 11 Mar 2020
515.00 USD
21 - 78
Ministry details

Worship that is culturally appropriate has the power to break down unnecessary barriers as people respond to the revelation of God. Targeting children will, hopefully, benefit whole families as we train up the next generation in the worship of God.

“Ethnodoxologists study how peoples around the world worship God and encourage them to create in response to God’s work in their lives” (Robin Harris, ethnodoxologist). As a team, participants will lead attendees in a songwriting workshop using key principles of ethnodoxology as a guide. The focus will be children’s music. Subsequently, the team will record these songs to make ready for distribution.

Participant profile

Ethnodoxologist: Applicant should have experience leading indigenous songwriting workshops and be able to mentor others. Theologian: Applicant should have training in worship theology and experience instructing in a cross-cultural setting. The applicant will need to help songwriting participants identify appropriate Scripture to set to song and bring them deeper into the passage.

Intercessor: Applicant should have a passion for prayer and initiative to keep prayer at the center of all that the team does.

All short-term project team participants will be expected to participate in pre-trip training/preparation.


Participants will stay in a hotel or in the hosts’ home.


Participants will eat in the hosts’ home and local restaurants. Please advise of dietary needs and restrictions.


Participants will need to fly into Pristina, Kosovo (airport code PRN). The hosts will meet them at the airport and take care of all in-country transportation.


Overall good health is required. Please advise of health limitations.


Americans and Europeans do not need a visa. Other nationalities should check with their local embassy for visa requirements.


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