Posted by Wisdom Moon on 2 December 2015

We're back, after a Thanksgiving break, with an interview with Jon Egan of New Life Worship. We talk about why they decided to do an instrumental album, how churches might be able to utilize it, and much more! Morgan tells us (what she thinks) is the story behind the song SHOUT FOR JOY, and shares an app that every worship leader should consider during this busy Christmas season.

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