Episode 14 • Finding Liberation In Taking Risks with Phil Joel (Zealand)

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

In Episode 14, Brenton Miles, Co-host & Worship Leader sits down with Phil Joel, Zealand frontman and Worship Leader to talk all things worship and the journey that God has taken Phil on over the last 25 years of being a full time touring musician and recording artist.

You may recognize Phil’s voice from his recent projects as the frontman of Zealand, or maybe from his past years as the bass player and singer for Newsboys.

In this episode, the guys talk about so many topics relating to worship… like being yourself, saying yes, and the freedom found when taking a “risk” and jumping into all that God has. In the natural it seems risky, but God will never let us down… so jump in!

The new record by Zealand called “Liberation” can be found anywhere music is sold – Here are the links to iTunes & Spotify. Be sure to check it out!

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The Worship Online Podcast is recorded live at Gnome Studios in Nashville, TN.

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