Growing up in a ministerial home I was exposed to the person of Jesus and church life very early. At a young age I sensed God drawing me to himself and I responded by giving my life to him. I had the peace of a sealed eternity with God, but as I grew older I experienced seasons of wandering spiritually. For many years I struggled with addiction, depression, and a sense of purposelessness. At the age of twenty the Lord swooped me out of great darkness and led me into a season of healing and peace.
During this time I heard the voice of God telling me that he had designed me from before I was born to serve his church. Truly God won my heart when He transplanted me to Dallas, Tx where I would attend Dallas Baptist University and become involved at First Baptist Church in Euless, Tx. It was the leadership at First Euless that guided me to a place where I would surrender my life and quite literally my hands in lifted praise and worship to Him. I began asking the Lord for the opportunity to do that same thing and lead worship so that others might experience the same healing as I did.
I’m so proud that my parents have given their lives to the work of Gospel ministry. They have given me such a rich legacy to follow. It certainly starts in our home. Emily and I have been married for eleven years and we have two stunning children that we fostered for two years and finally adopted the summer of 2018. They are our treasure and we are reminded every day of God’s aggressive love in that while we were orphaned in our sin, God came after us.
I love Jesus. I love my wife. I love our kids. I love my family and I love the church. I am grateful that He has given me all that He has and I long for my response to be one of service — pouring into the broken so they might know Jesus and be healed in His name.
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Straight from our arrangers to you. This list is the new release feed for all of our chord charts, sheet music, and multitracks — everything new in one place, all hot off the press. Listen on Spotify.
PraiseCharts chord charts are transposable, editable, capo friendly and ready for both digital and print use. They match the recordings you know and love, and provide noted tempo and worship-friendly fret diagrams. After experiencing chord charts from PraiseCharts, you may never want to download another kind of chord chart again!
This is as up-to-date as it gets. If a new song hits the airwaves and it starts trending fast, chances are you will be able to spot it here. If an old song suddenly spikes because of a unique current event, you'll see that here as well. So get out a bag of popcorn and hit refresh every 10 minutes to watch the race. Listen on Spotify.
Every Friday, Christian music publishers release a fresh flow of new music featuring the latest from your favorite Christian artists and songwriters. We keep a pulse on all the new worship songs that churches are widely singing around the world. Many of those songs find their way into this list. If you want to keep a pulse on the best music that has been released within the last seven days, this is your list! Check back regularly to see the latest trending songs available as chord charts, vocal charts, instrument arrangements, patches, and multitracks. Listen on Spotify.
Sometimes it's hard to keep up with all the new music released throughout the year. This is a list that will help you make sense of it all. Out of all the new music released in the last month, this is the best of the best. Check back often, because this list will be refreshing often. These are the top worship songs added this month. Listen on Spotify.
If you have a worship-leading choir that is eager to keep pace with all the great worship songs introduced at your church, then these arrangements may be the perfect fit! Our Worship Choir arrangements feature three-part vocals for Soprano, Alto, and Baritone voices (SAB). They are all put into a congregationally friendly key with the melody predominantly in the Soprano voice. For vocals that are slightly more accessible, consider our collection of Unison/2-Part arrangements (ST/AB), or Sing It Now (SATB). For vocals that are slightly more challenging, look for the Choral Anthem (SATB) versions.