Podcast by Worship Central
Podcast by Worship Central
17. The Source of Great Creativity w/ Guest Jake Issac
In this episode we catch up with worship leader, singer-songwriter and artist Jake Isaac. We explore all things creativity, conviction and cultivating relationships.
16. Live Session — Stories from the Nations
Mark Counihan hosts a special 'Live Session' featuring stories from the nations. Be encouraged as you listen and hear how God is moving across the globe.
15. Worship In This Moment — w/ Guest Les Moir
In this episode we chat with Les Moir. Les has played a significant role in the international contemporary worship music community. As a mentor, A&R manager at Integrity Music, record producer and bass player, he has encouraged and coached many worship leaders, musicians and songwriters. We look at how different writers and movements have shaped contemporary worship and how songs such as Waymaker & The Blessing can travel, reaching millions across the globe.
14. Worship In This Moment — w/ Martin Smith
In this episode we chat with Martin Smith and hear what worship looks like for him in this moment. We talk about unwinding, taking the pressure off and the importance of leaning into what God is speaking to each of us.
13. Worship In This Moment — Worship For Everyone
In this episode Luke & Anna Hellebronth have a special interview with Nick & Becky Drake as we hear their heart behind worship and encounter for the whole family. Worship for Everyone was born out of the local church need for songs that carried ‘adult’ worship values (adoration, encounter, transformation) but united all ages in praise.
12. Worship In This Moment — Leading From Home
In this special series of the Worship Central Podcast the team continue the conversation around COVID-19 and how to navigate leading from home. In this episode we explore the questions and values behind leading people we can’t see and embracing authentic and pure worship.
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Every other review has it right. The one thing I'd like to add is this is the most polished podcast I've seen in terms of using the technology. It's split up into tracks, and usually each track will have an image that corresponds to what's being discussed. This is handy if you feel like skipping the intro, or the tour dates (because you are filled with envy of UK listeners), or if you'd like to listen to part of the podcast again. Why on earth don't more podcasts do this? Overall, wonderful job!
Thank you worship Central
Tim and Al, I love your podcast, all of them. The Aug. 09 was so good, wonderful Theologian, I loved what he shared. You two are so funny together and I can tell that you have a very strong friendship. Thank you for following God's call to put Worship Central in motion, the songwriters critic has been very helpful to me (thank you Al for your encouraging comments on one of my songs, now your my best friend hahaha). Peace
Neal, for Jersey :-)
From the beginning to the end, I thoroughly enjoyed this podcast. In the few episodes I've downloaded, they've touched on songwriting, scriptural concepts of worship, leading worship in a church and many things in between.
It's very well done and has loads of great information. I highly recommend it! Thanks to Tim and Al for producing such a great resource!