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worship tips from a true worshipper

Matt Redman is a humble man who does not just lead worship through song. Matt leads worship through his lifestyle and attitude. If there was one man who I would entrust a budding young worship leader to listen to, then this is the man. Buy this for anyone who is seriously thinking about being a worship leader, whether that is friend, family member or yourself. As one of the leading song writers of his generation to capture a glimpse of his heart is essential to understand his ministry.


Born: 14 February 1974 in Watford, England

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The light and passionate sounds of Matt Redman are even more endearing when you know that he writes his own material, something that few pop artists really do. Taking the CCM market by surprise with The Friendship & the Fear in 1998, he revealed himself to be a good singer as well as a thought-provoking songwriter. The next year he released The Father's Song, another successful blend of praise & worship with contemporary pop. But after that he took a few years to mull over his material, eventually...
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