Episode 60 • Our Physical Expression of Worship and Why it Matters

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

In Episode 60, we’re back with our panel to discuss the importance of our expression as worship leaders and musicians – the physical expression of the spiritual reality of our praise and our worship.

The panel today is Jordan Holt (Guitarist – Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes, The Belonging Co – Blog Writer and Guitar instructor for Worship Online), Libby Lewis (Worship Leader, Songwriter, and Worship Online Project Manager), and Brenton Miles (Worship Leader & Audio Lead – The Belonging Co, Songwriter, Producer).

Today we unpack the why behind our enthusiasm – Is it just an energy to lead people with? Or is it a genuine posture of the heart? What are some of the lessons learned along the way both in church and on tour?

All this and more in Episode 60!


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This episode of the Worship Online Podcast is produced by Key Eye Productions LLC in Nashville, TN.

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