This theme runs deep in the music of Justin Jarvis, worship leader at the Harbour Church and artist with Jesus Culture Music.
Justin has a heart for the presence of God, a unique voice, and powerful songs that will shake the complacency right out of you.
In this conversation we talk about all things Jesus Culture, being used by God, guitar pedals, comic books, musical influences, and healthy worship team culture.
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What You’ll Learn in this Episode
- How Justin got connected with Jesus Culture Music
- What it means for Jesus to move in us and through us
- The true meaning of revival
- On creating a healthy team culture
- Why you should take risks with your team
- On balancing the tension between planned & spontaneous worship
- What we can learn from stadium rock bands like Coldplay, Arcade Fire, U2, & The Killers
- Guitars, amps, & pedal talk
Resources Mentioned in this Episode
- Website: Justin Jarvis
- Music: Atmospheres by Justin Jarvis
- Music: Through the Glass by Justin Jarvis
- Music: Here We Are by Harbour Worship
- Music: Emerging Voices by Jesus Culture
- Music: Look to You by Hillsong United
- Music: Your Love Never Fails by Jesus Culture
- Website: Jeremy Edwardson
- Blog: CD Giveaway: Harbour Live
- Amp: Dr. Z Maz 18
- Pedal: Klon Centaur
- Pedal: Red Rooster Booster
- Book: Finding God in the Bible by Darren Wilson
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