Episode 1 • Why We’re Starting A Podcast

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Welcome to Episode 1 of the Worship Online Podcast! In this episode, co-hosts Shalon Palmer and Brenton Miles formally introduce themselves and worship online.

Shalon is the founder and creator of Worship Online and has a heart for helping worship leaders and musicians grow in their leadership, as well as continue to grow and expand his successful business and talented team.

Brenton has been leading worship for over fifteen years and has been a volunteer, intern, and full time staff member within the local church throughout the years. Now, as a producer and songwriter based in Nashville, he is also the frontman of the band Cor Captis, and is a co-founder of Reverse Podcast.

Both Shalon and Brenton have a heart to serve in the local church, as well as train and equip fellow musicians and worship leaders by sharing from their experiences.

Later in January 2018, we will be giving away a FREE annual subscription to Worship Online! You can sign up today by visiting worshiponline.com/podcast and entering your e-mail address. You’ll be entered into the drawing and could be a winner over the next few weeks as we will be picking one per episode!

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