Each day, God strengths the hearts of people who laid down their lives to work for His kingdom. Serving each ministry, God's people work diligently to bring alive the vision in their hearts.
Jubilee World encourages to its musicians and members to compose original songs. It will be based on original Jubilee gospel songs, composed by Jubilee members all over the world. The fellowship desires to touch the heart of every listener as they hear the songs.
Fellowship Director said, "There was a time to performing original songs during 15th anniversary. It was very graceful, the language was different but everyone enjoyed the beautiful melodies and lyrics. Each song contained their testimonies and confessed their faith. Everyone praised God together. We wish to compose many testimonies of faith songs and praise songs to deliver the Gospel to the world".
Among the selected songs, it will be recorded and shared as a sheet of music for using during worship. Please pray for this project that the beautiful praise will glorify God and give spiritual freedom.
Jubilee Worship begins recording and production for the newest EP this week, under the guidance of music director Billy Smiley. The new EP is aimed to release in early July.
Jubilee World greeted the new year with renewed hope and strategies. Looking back to the past year's fruits and growth, Jubilee released the key goals of 2021 with heartfelt repentance and a determination to remain in Christ and witness abundant fruition.
Jubilee World has acquired the 43-acre Wentworth Military Academy (WMA) campus for its new educational wing, starting the 2020-21 academic year.
In a bid to reach out to more people online, Jubilee St Louis launched its local Facebook page.
Jubilee St Louis' chapter started online Bible studies. Every Wednesday and Friday at 4 PM, students can listen to online lectures via Zoom software.
Saturday, February 15th, Jubilee St Louis held its first campus retreat "My Story, God's History", with messages based on the 4 Spiritual Laws, on Washington University of St Louis. 5 attendants came.