Posted by Wisdom Moon on 18 July 2018

That's the question we discuss with Gabe Finocchio (The Royal Royal) as we dive into the, sometimes complex, worlds of doctrine & worship. As worship leaders, we can easily neglect God's word & focus more on the songs themselves or our own church services. Well today, we talk with Gabe about that journey between theology & our song.

We think what comes out could surprise you. Enjoy!

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