On August 27, the Jubilee China Summer Worship Training started. Jubilee World China nationwide gathered in Beijing and attended the training program.
In the morning, Pastor Micah shared the basic knowledge of music to pave the way for learning piano accompaniment. Then he also answered questions from attendees about what they would be learning and concepts they wanted to know more about.
In the afternoon, brother Xiangshao explained the part of the vocals and addressed the importance of breathing in singing praises. Those gathered hope to pass along key advice and techniques that will improve everyone's ability to play music that will worship the Lord in love and in truth.
They are thankful for God's grace for gathering them to serve God in music. May God bless each of them to digest the knowledge well to glorify God's name. Please pray for the music training to be successful and inspire all of those in attendance.
Creating music and lyrics of a worship song it's often a joyful feeling. There is always a background story behind each note, for God uses mysterious ways to inspire the writer.
With the strong belief in being able to bring revival of Jesus movement in WOA churches through original songs that contain the words of God and culture that its members share in common, Jubilee Worship is now establishing system to share written Jubilee songs with one another internally, in different major languages.
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On May 24th, Jubilee Mongolia held its Pentecost worship. They have practiced and prepared for this worship for a month, but there were no place and music instrument. However, in time, God has made a way for them, therefore, they are full of gratitude.
On May 8th, ministers in New York gathered to make first acoustic version of recording with voice over piano. It is for the purpose of introducing new songs to church members, and to the album project committees of each country to be considered for their next recordings.