Sometimes you just have to be honest. You have to strip away the game and get real with God.
As worship leaders we have a tendency to live in a world of comparison, criticism, man pleasing, and self centeredness. But without pure, honest, real hearts of desperation for God, we have nothing.
That’s what I love about this conversation with Clayton Brooks. Clayton is the Worship Pastor at the Oaks Fellowship in Red Oak, Texas.
Clayton’s story is a call to obedience, to face what’s uncomfortable, to be the real thing. You excited to hear this?
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What You’ll Learn in this Episode
- What it’s like for the drum cage to fall on you during worship
- How Clayton structures his ministry at the Oaks Fellowship
- Songwriting as a worship team
- On the recording of the new Seven Camp Oaks Music project
- Why The Oaks decided to give the new Seven Camp project away for free
- Why worship leaders need to recognize their spiritual authority
- Clayton’s testimony on facing fear and obeying God, no matter what the cost
- Worship Ministry Values at the Oaks
- Website: The Oaks Fellowship
- Twitter: @claytonbrooks
- Twitter: @oaksworship
- Music: Christ Has Come by Allison Park Worship
- Music: Live From Seven Camp by Oaks Worship
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