Posted by Wisdom Moon on 13 September 2017

This week we're joined by Jon Egan (New Life Worship/Desperation Band) at Experience Conference in Orlando, as we discuss the important role of worship leaders as sherpas. Jon also shares the story behind the song MAKE A WAY and an amazing story about the power of a song.

Join us at the WFX Conference in Dallas, TX October 10-12 for worship team training with Paul Baloche, Travis Ryan, Covenant Worship, All About Worship, and others. Use code WAW15 at checkout for 15% off registration! Head over to www.weareworshipevents.com to register now! 

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