Off To Eire And Ox

I fly out today for Northern Ireland, and then later in the week it’s off to Oxford for the What Is Worship? events.

In between we’ll be meeting with the Vineyard Records UK key songwriters and leaders for a time of encouragement and ministry.

Many things are stirring in my heart for this time. Our worship times I expect to be deep and strong as a river, and our ministry times to be a sweet space of encounter with the Father.

I feel like we’re stepping across the threshold of a goldmine, ready to plunge into its depths together, looking for the vein of richest strike.

It will be a joy to lead with Kathryn Scott and some musician pals in N.I., and then with Prod and company in Oxford.

More as the week progresses…


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