Posted by Wisdom Moon on 11 July 2018

Last week on The Worship Podcast, we covered the very important topic of women in worship. We here at The Worship Podcast (All About Worship & WeAreWorship) completely affirm and believe in the ability, anointing and commission of women to minister to the church body, and of course, to others around them.

In a way, it's strange to even feel the need to type that sentence. But as society and culture is starting to have some real confusion and controversy over this gender topic, we believe as Christians we should lead the way in freedom! We should set the example in empowerment, equal contribution in the Kingdom of God and a general attitude of preferring one another.

Now, this is a huge topic! So we wanted to sit down with someone who is making a real difference in this world. Her name is Krissy Nordhoff. She leads a ministry called "Brave Worship". She's also an accomplished songwriter, anointed worship leader, wife, mother, and lucky for us, a friend of The Worship Podcast ministry! It doesn't matter what "side of the aisle" you believe you are on when it comes to this topic - we can all benefit from having genuine conversation and even more important, listening.

Find out more about Brave Worship and make sure to check out their podcast, as well!

And oh yeah, last (and certainly least in this case), Dustin & James don't mince words about their travels to India ... stomach issues and all. Enjoy!

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