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“God has a calling on your life…..Don’t give up, be patient, and go through the process.”-David Billingsley
This episode features David Billingsley, founder and executive director of Billingsley School of Music & Arts, based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Coming from humble beginnings, David shares how he overcame the challenges that faced him as an African-American young man whose parents divorced at an early age. He shares that while his peers around him were making poor life choices, his grandparents introduced him to the Lord and music, which he says saved his life. Join us for this life-giving episode and find out more about BSOMA (Billingsley School of Music & Arts)!!
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By cyrenade — 2 years ago
For more podcast and resources, go to our website at www.transformationalworship.today.
Well, we’re picking up from where we left off at-SHEET MUSIC!!!! I hope you enjoy the rest of my early life story and a quick glimpse into leading up to the launch of Transformational Worship Podcast. I plan to share more at a later date. I’m so excited for the upcoming episodes of real people sharing real life stories with you. I pray that each episode will be a blessing of encouragement and hope to many lives all over the world.Post Views: 98
By cyrenade — 1 year ago
How can one walk in love and be full of joy through tough times? Why is joy so often confused with happiness? Join us today with our special guest, Dr. Erica Diehn from St. Thomas University (St. Paul, MN) as we discuss walking in love and the difference between joy and happiness. Dr. Diehn shares from her own personal life experiences how the decision to be joyful during difficult times can help us to lead by example, and love through adversity.
For more episodes and information about our Dr. Erica Diehn and our past guests, please visit www.transformationalworship.todayPost Views: 140
By cyrenade — 10 months ago
If you feel like you don’t fit in or you know someone who feels like that, this is the perfect episode to listen to!!
Philip Shorey comes from a 4-generation family of unique international puppeteer evangelists, who used the art of marionette to spread the gospel of Jesus around the world. He is a seasoned musical composer and the founder of Suitcase Sideshow-which is a fringe theater that brings a message of hope to the far corners of the world and the author of Kill Your Art-a book based on how to surrender your art to God to be used in a ministry context.
Philip is also the director of the Minnesota base of Steiger International (www.steiger.org), a worldwide mission organization that is called to reach and disciple the Global Youth Culture for Jesus. In his teen years he walked away from God, bored of the family ministry, and pursued his dreams of rock and roll. God called him back, he met his lovely wife, Sari, and the rest is history. You will be intrigued as Philip shares his unique life story and how doors have opened in the most unusual places for Suitcase Sideshow to minister all over the world. The ministry that God does through Philip and his family is a prime example of Luke 10:2-“The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers in his harvest field.”
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John 12:24-25-“Very truly I tell you, unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds. Anyone who loves their life will lose it, while anyone who hates their life in this world will keep it for eternal life.”Post Views: 404