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Bryan and Katie Torwalt met in 2006 at the Bethel School of Supernatural Worship in Redding, CA. Bryan is from Canada and Katie, a Californian. They both led worship separately while dating long distance for 2 1/2 years. They got married in 2009. The experience of their worship together is a powerful and unique mixture of their anointing and history with God.
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New from Bryan & Katie Torwalt - Christmas

Tuesday, October 17, 2017Categories: News, Home Page, New Releases, English

Bryan & Katie Torwalt capture the heart of the holiday season with their new 4-track EP, Christmas.  This new release includes Bryan and Katie's renditions of seasonal favorites "The Christmas Song" and "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas," a medley of "Hark the Herald" and "O Come Let Us Adore Him," and a new version of "Emmanuel (God With Us Forever)," which the duo originally released on their recent album, Champion, and that expresses the true reason we celebrate.  "The beautiful thing about Christmas time is that everything points to God and his Kingdom," they explain. "The birth of Jesus is at the center, and it’s incredible how our awareness of Him increases during the Christmas season, but even the acts of kindness and generosity, or emphasis on family are all in the heart of God. We hope our music brings joy in moments when people need it, and that people would become more aware of God, who is relentlessly good in the middle of it all."  We encourage you to check out this EP today as each of these songs would make a great addition to your Christmas programs and services this year.  It is now available on iTunes and you can find all the Original Master MultiTracks, Charts, and instrument parts in RehearsalMix here on MultiTracks.com.

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