If you have a passion for worship you can be rest assured there are many ways to get involved and move forward in your passion for music. Whether you audition for the worship team or get plugged into the worship development lab, you can be part of a worship community that focuses on both the heart and skills of a true worship leader.
DEVELOP YOUR PASSION
Montell was introduced to the music world with his #1 smash hit, “This Is How We Do It,” in 1995. It was the first Def Jam album to hit #1 on the Top Album Chart, holding the top spot for almost two months. In January of 2011, Montell retired as an R&B Recording artist. He has committed his life to the ministry of Jesus Christ and the spread of the Good News to all nations. He is now an integrity-filled husband, father, minister, author, servant, and friend.
He currently serves as the Executive Worship Pastor at Victory World Church.
Bio coming soon.
Bio coming soon.
Kurt Scobie is an Indie singer-songwriter turned worship pastor with a passion for encouraging creativity in the Church. Born and raised in southeast Michigan, Kurt began his musical journey with choirs, bands, piano lessons, and any other music opportunities he could take. After he began writing songs at age 16 it was only a matter of time before Kurt would take his piano-driven rock-pop sound on the road, playing his songs for audiences all over the U.S. In September of 2015 he joined the Victory World Church staff, serving as a worship leader and songwriter. When he’s not singing or writing music, Kurt enjoys spending time with friends, getting away to a mountain cabin somewhere, or embarking on adventures with his wife and their two boys.
Between development labs and weekly chapel services, you have the opportunity to be trained and empowered to help with the production of Atlanta Leadership College. Sound, lighting, and visual presentation are all areas where you can learn and continue to grow.
If you have a creative edge, we provide opportunities for you to further develop and do what you love. Between development labs and real-life opportunities, you can gain experience in set design, graphics, social media marketing, and more.
Students will be part of our three support teams that include volunteer and skill training both inside and outside of the church.
We conclude each school day with practical, hands-on ministry experience. Each student is assigned a role to assist with projects, tasks, and miscellaneous other opportunities that need to be accomplished. Along with inter-departmental needs. We also partner with other ministries within our church from time-to-time. As well as the occasion out of office project support.
Each Sunday, ALC partners with all three of our Victory World Church campuses to volunteer on their various ministry teams. At the beginning of the year, each student is assigned a campus and location to serve on a weekly basis. We work with multiple ministries within our church. Live production, security, greeters, cafe, children ministry, and more.
ALC "CORE" FOCUSES
Tuesdays at ALC are dedicated to “Core” focus assignments. Each freshman will participate in our Cadre Core one semester, and Outreach Core the other semester.
Sophomore and Intern students have the additional option of choosing our Travel Core. Travel Core will plan and execute ALC promo night at youth groups, conference and various events across the country. Giving our students a fresh look at ministry from a different perspective.
Cadre Core partners with Executive Director, Jeanne Mayo, and her non-profit ministry, The Cadre. The Cadre is hosted at Jeanne’s home once a month. On average more than 50 influential leaders from all across the nation travel to Atlanta to learn from Jeanne and her over 40 years of ministry experience. ALC is the backbone of The Cadre and assuring the 2-day advances run smoothly.
On average, bi-weekly ALC partners with a local ministry or program to add volunteer support wherever needed. In the past we have worked with The Atlanta Community food bank, The Atlanta Dream Center, Movers and Shakers, The Atlanta Mission, and many others.
The weeks not spent in the field doing hands-on outreach. Students will spend time prepping and researching other opportunities for outreach in the future.
The ALC Travel Core team, only available to Sophomore and Intern students, is responsible for in-state and out of state promotion of ALC. These trips can be anywhere from a day trip up to 72-hours of travel. On these trips, our students will be responsible for hosting promo nights, preaching, leading worship and leading a discussion about ALC at youth ministries and events across the country.