Glad you’ve popped by today cause you get to meet one of my most favorite people on the planet. Weeks ago, we started a conversation on different styles of worship music when we talked with gospel recording artist Beverly Crawford. Today we get to meet someone whose style is completely different, yet equally authentic.
You already know her . . . by her music. Darlene Zschech is a gift to the body of Christ, as she has given us many songs that have led congregations across the globe into stirring times of true worship. Have you ever sung Shout to the Lord? Well, that’s a song she wrote in the mid-nineties.
What I love most about Darlene is that, while her renown is global, her feet are firmly planted on the ground. She’s serious about the Lord, serving her local church in Sydney, Australia, where she is a member of the praise and worship team, and loving her family well. Take a peek into her world.
Here she is leading worship at Hillsong in Sydney, Australia.
You know, I was captivated by Darlene’s encouragement to us to remember that God’s callings are irreversible. We don’t have to feel like we are missing out on something if we choose to honor His primary callings on our lives for a certain season. Her words sure got me thinking, and I’m sure they have done the same to you.
So, leave a comment!
I’m wondering if you have ever been, or are right now in a season of life where you are tempted to feel like you are missing out. Tell us about it, and how Darlene’s message helps you to gain perspective on it.