Episode 79 • Leading from a Place of Vulnerability with Amanda Lindsey Cook

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

Today we are so honored to be joined by Amanda Lindsey Cook! Amanda is an absolutely incredible worship leader, songwriter and award-winning artist. She’s been with the Bethel family for over 10 years and has written so many amazing songs including “You Make Me Brave”, “Starlight”, “I Will Exalt” and “Closer”, just to name a few.

Today we get to hear firsthand how she’s been able to effectively lead worship and write music from a place of vulnerability and how our influence as worship leaders will always have a limit until we learn to be true to ourselves.

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