Episode 40 • Identity Over Insecurity

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

It’s something every musician deals with. As creatives, our art is an expression of what’s on the inside. And whether good or bad, joyful or sad, that expression is sometimes the only way to communicate our truest of emotions.

With that, sharing our art or creative expression can be done with a couple different approaches. One of insecurity. Or one of confidence. Being confident in who you are comes from a secure place of knowing who you are on the inside.

Identity is something we talk a lot about on this podcast because it’s probably the most important piece to unlocking our deepest and broadest potential. When you know who you are on the inside, there’s no room for insecurity. And you can create music and worship how God designed you to worship – in Spirit AND in Truth.

In this episode, we’re back with our discussion panel (Brenton Miles, Libby Lewis, and Jordan Holt) explaining some of our lessons along the way as worship leaders and musicians.

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The Worship Online Podcast is produced by Key Eye Productions LLC and recorded live at Gnome Studios in Nashville, TN.

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