Acoustic guitar, singing and a bit of electric guitar
Hi! Firstly, I must confess that I'm the founder of Worship The Rock in case you're wondering who's responsible for this worship leader network :-)
I enjoy playing and watching tennis, strumming my guitar and watching TV shows like 24. I also enjoy a good movie, like Dumb and Dumber ;-), or if i'm in a less comical mood the Bourne films!
Hillsong United, Tim Hughes, Tree63, Jars of Clay, Lou Fellingham, Third Day, Chris Rice, Chris Tomlin, Paul Baloche
Favourite Books / Authors
Biographies: "The Heavenly Man", "Killing Fields, Living Fields", "Chasing The Dragon", "Taming The Tiger", "Smith Wigglesworth: Apostle of Faith", "God's Smuggler", "The Cross and the Switchblade", "I dared to call Him Father", "Through Gates of Splendour"
Teaching: "The Supernatural Power of a Transformed Mind" By Bill Johnson
Fiction: "The Shack"
Favourite Bible Verses / Passages:
I'm not very good at favourites but I do like John 10:10
"Diana and Kent--
Thanks so much for sharing this (and for all on resurrecting this important thread!).
I think that as worship leaders--people who are on different levels of their walk with Christ--we need to continually strive to be better…"
" Thanks Diana, I actually than God for my long struggle, as it brought me closer to him and gives me a much stronger purpose. If anyone would like to read more of my story, visit my blog, www.resetpreacher.com"
"What you say about relationship makes a lot of sense. Thanks for sharing your personal story.
I'm thinking what you have been through surely makes you more better able to minister to hurting people
and help them find their way to…"
" The one most important truth that I've come to finally realize, is that it is all about relationship with God. Worship, prayer, studying the Word, giving and fellowship are most powerful when they are relational with Him in nature.…"
"Yes, interesting old thread ... One verse that comes to mind is I think in Romans chapt 8, about the Holy
Spirit interceding for us when we don't have words to pray. Prayer and worship are pretty closely…"
"It's been over six years since some of these comments were posted. I must admit that I haven't the slightest idea what response or occurrence is being referenced here by the phrase "tangible presence." It seems to be a different…"
Thanks for the warm welcome, Phil! And thank you, too, for setting up and administering WTR. I'm so glad to have stumbled upon your site. Just reading the comments from you and some of the members have already encouraged me. Yes, I will invite our church's worship leaders to join. Stay blessed!