Episode 67 • Finding Your Unique Worship Sound with Jordan Holt

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  • Libby Lewis

How do you find your unique worship sound?! In episode 67, Brenton Miles and Jordan Holt (guitarist for Kari Jobe) cover 5 ways worship leaders and churches can begin to discover their individual sound in worship.

We have plenty of churches singing covers, plenty of churches matching what Hillsong and Bethel are doing, but is that what God really wants from your church?

God created us differently for a reason! And it’s time that we take that notion a lot more seriously.

We owe it to the world as Christians to be unique, to be inspiring. People are looking at the way we do things and ask themselves if they really want the life we live. So what changes are we willing to make to get their attention?

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