Posted by Admin on 2 August 2018

Malcolm du Plessis has quite an incredible resumé when it comes to worship. He talks about his background in this episode of The Worship Podcast. However, he also talks about something - we believe - that is critical for every worship pastor, leader and songwriter to understand.

And that is the evolution of worship over the past few decades. Malcolm has experience and studied knowledge in this area, like few others do. Listen in today with a close ear, and you may just find some answers to the question, "Why do we do things that way?", you've been asking.

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