One of the ministries that had a profound impact on me as a worship leader was IHOP – the International House of Prayer. I remember visiting the 24/7 prayer room as a young kid and being so challenged to pursue Jesus with my whole heart.
That’s why this interview was so fun. Jaye Thomas is a worship leader/teacher at IHOP and we dive deep into the culture of IHOP, prophetic singing, stepping out in faith, and so much more.
Jaye is the real deal!
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In this Episode You’ll Hear More About:
- The term “musicianary” and what it means to Jaye Thomas and his ministry.
- Making terrifying transitions to follow the call of God.
- What Jaye learned from his aunt – the late great, Nina Simone.
- Why the acoustic guitar is such an emotional instrument.
- The IHOP worship culture.
- Why worship is the greatest calling for the believer and the greatest thing we can do for the kingdom.
- Jaye’s weekly schedule as an intercessory missionary at IHOP.
- The importance of sitting still before the Lord.
- What it means to be a prophetic singer.
- The difference between spontaneous and prophetic.
- Why it’s important to sing songs about God to God.
Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
- Website: Jaye Thomas
- Website: Nina Simone
- Music: Shout Your Name by Onething
- Book: Following the River by Bob Sorge
- Book: Humility by Andrew Murray
- Website: Bethel Music
- Website: Chris Burns
- Twitter: @jayethomasmusic
- Facebook: Jaye Thomas Music
- Website: Forerunner Music
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