Episode 80 • The Reality of Sin on Stage with Benjamin Forehand

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

Today we are so honored to be joined by special guest and friend, Benjamin Forehand. Benjamin is an absolutely incredible guitarist and has played for or recorded with artists such as Bethel Music, Israel Houghton, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Nicki Minaj, and Matt Redman, just to name a few.

Episode 80 is by far one of the most raw and real episodes to date. “So often we find ourselves worshipping the ministry of the Lord rather than the Lord of the ministry.” Our motives, our instincts, our human nature constantly try to pull us from the presence of God, but there is grace in the trial.

Don’t miss this incredible episode as Benjamin Forehand shares his experience from both ends of the spectrum, in and out of ministry and brings harsh truths and Kingdom perspective.

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