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As we close out August Mentor Month, this episode features Worship Pastor Kurt Von Eschen of Willow Creek Church, Crystal Lake Campus. Kurt played a very vital role as a mentor early on in my life. His guidance, direction, and training played a huge role in helping me become who I am today.
When God speaks to us, and ask us to make transitions, it is rarely easy or comfortable, but if we are obedient and have courage, we will see the reward on the other side. Join us for this special episode as Kurt and I discuss “Facing Transitions with Courage”.
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Hello everyone, and welcome back to Season #2 of Transformational Worship Podcast. I’m so thrilled to have our special guest on here today, Maddie Michaelson.
A native of Minnesota and graduate of North Central University in Minneapolis, MN, Maddie grew up in a great home with loving parents and 3 other siblings as pastor’s kids. She gives great insight into what being a “PK” (pastor’s kid) meant for her, the ups and downs.
She now leads worship and assist her husband with pastoring the youth of River Valley Church-Crosstown Campus.
This episode has such a beautiful rawness to it about breaking down fear and shame. You will be blessed!
Resources Mentioned in this episode:
Music-Always, Remain-North Central University
Step By Step-Always, Remain-Album by North Central University
Shadow of Your Wings-Always, Remain-Album by North Central UniversityPost Views: 268
Welcome back to Transformational Worship Podcast. As we draw a close to 2017, I want to thank all of you for joining us on the journey of our debut year and launch of TWP. It has been wonderful with all of our special guests, some international sharing their stories of how life lived in surrender to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, is not only transformational for them, but for those whom they are around.
My special guest today are none other than my amazing parents, Dot and Johnny Bell. This 2-part series takes us into the lives of my parents, who both tragically lost their mothers at very early ages, while there was never a father figure in their lives, so they were both essentially without parents from an early age on.
Somehow, through perseverance and endurance, they managed to get through the tragedy, establish a family founded and centered in Christ, and have a successful marriage of 42 years. Join us today for part 1 and then again on Friday, December for part 2 of “Beauty for Ashes, Joy for Mourning”.
Please help us start out 2018 with letting us know how Transformational Worship Podcast has blessed your life. Please leave us reviews on iTunes, and feel free to send me an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blessings to you-Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
We’ll see you in 2018 for our 2nd season with new guest and some recaps on our 1st season!Post Views: 222
S1 Episode #7 6.28.17-Pastor Belinda Wrigley (South Africa)-REALationship with God-Reaching every tribe, every nation, every tongue: Creating a Culture of Thanksgiving
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Belinda Wrigley is the Senior Worship Pastor of Every Nation Church-Johannesburg, South Africa, which is compromised of multiple cultures and languages. Join us as we discuss how putting Christ at the center of cultural barriers, challenges, and differences can allow us to see ourselves and each other as God intends. God’s desire is to have REALationship with us, and for us to have REALationship with one another, as we are His creation; created for greatness.Post Views: 175