Jubilee Korea Seeks to Raise 700 Members with New System

Jubilee Korea Seeks to Raise 700 Members with New System

Jan 08, 2017

 

Jubilee worship held its first gathering at the Jubilee music center with newly appointed leader, to discuss system and way how to raise worshippers with deep spirituality and good musical skills.

P. Nathan Hwang encouraged members to live a life like a 'Heavenly Service' as described in Revelation 4 and main conference commenced.

The main topic of the meeting was in regards to settup up a 'worship training' and 'spirituality training'. All members were assigned to 6 songs with 3 month-training period to master them. Also, through 3 membership trainings will be held with the themes: 'Cross' and the 'Kingdom of God'. Through the training all members will be trained in the foundation of Olivet community's faith and tradition.

Also, members will hold prayer training to interccess for Jubilee and other members, and will monitor worship sessions they held last year, analyzing for the strength and weakness they have.

All training session should be recorded as report and Jubilee leader will regularly counsel all members.

Jubilee shared "We're aiming to breakthrough this year with a totally new system. May God use all of our struggle to make known music that belongs to Him. Please pray for Jubilee to be the genuine trumphet that preaches salvation"

 

 

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