Jubilee Worship Korea Focuses on Building Role Model Team in Faith and Skills

Jubilee Worship Korea

Oct 18, 2016

 

Jubilee Worship Korea established firm membership system and transformed a periodical recruiting system to constant and rolling recruitment. When 20 applicants gathered, Jubilee held auditions for them.

Recently, Jubilee started to publicize the fellowship and over 20 applicants gathered instantaneously, hence auditions are scheduled.

Meanwhile, Jubliee emphasized that the most important matter is to make role model team exemplifies in faith and musical skills. Now each part of worship team has set up leaders so Jubilee can put many members in the system. Hence, when a role model team is raised, revival will surely come exponentially. 

"Now the goal is 700 core members, but the first is to make role models. Please pray for this team. Our culture of singing the grace and love of God will spread out and many souls will be impressed in their deep heart, knowing that God loves them," shared a leader of Jubilee Worship Korea. 

 

 

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