Tim Hughes is no stranger to the worship community. For years he has provided the worshiping church with great songs like Here I Am to Worship, Happy Day, At Your Name, Consuming Fire, and many more.
It was an honor to welcome Tim back to the podcast. In this conversation we go much deeper than just songwriting and the creative process. We talk about Tim’s recent leap of faith to plant a church, following the call of God, as well as his new album Pocketful of Faith.
Plus, we’re giving away a few copies of the album.
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Integrity Music has graciously agreed to give away 5 copies of Tim’s new album.
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In this Episode, You’ll Hear More About:
- The story of Tim’s call to plant a church in Birmingham, England.
- The difference between chasing a dream and following the call of God.
- How to take a risk when you have a family to provide for.
- Why church planters need to move slowly.
- Tips for building a launch team for your church.
- The necessary qualities for every local church worship pastor.
- The story behind Pocketful of Faith.
- The dangers of being too professional in worship.
- What Tim is currently learning (or re-learning) about songwriting.
Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
- Website: Worship Central
- Music: Pocketful of Faith by Tim Hughes
- Website: St. Luke’s Gas Street
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