• It’s our joy to be joyful – no pun intended. Psalm 16:11 tells us that in the presence of God, there is fullness of Joy.

  • Jesus Christ is the hope of the world, and the local church has the task of communicating that fact. As worship leaders are prevalent in most modern churches, they become responsible for more than just leading songs — the weight of the gospel rests on their shoulders. Training worship leaders to reflect the life of Jesus is imperative.

  • A glorious inheritance awaits us here. An abundant life is available now.  Let’s see the Kingdom of God break through on Earth as it is in Heaven.

    Want to know more? John 10:10, Hebrews 9 & 10

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