Posted by Wisdom Moon on 28 October 2015

We're very excited to launch a weekly live conversation: WeAreWorship Wednesday! We will be joined by various guests from around the globe to discuss various topics to equip and encourage worship leaders and teams. Yesterday we hosted our first one with Glenn Packiam as our guest, discussing the Power of Worship in Shaping Our Faith. Next week, we'll be joined by worship pastor, Matt Perkins, discussing the topic of Learning to Trust When Life Takes A Turn.

Join us every Wednesday at 3pm Central (click here to convert to your local time) - you won't just be watching an interview, you will be able to interact live with everyone through our live chat room, as well as participate in our Q&A at the end of each live conversation. 

Click Here to see our upcoming topics and guests.

Cain't join us live? No need to worry! We'll share the content on our weekly Podcast! So, be sure to subscribe via iTunes or Stitcher!

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