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Paul McClure - "Way Maker"

Monday, January 27, 2020

"I love this song! I first heard it when some of my favorites Leeland released it on their album," shares Bethel Music artist Paul McClure on the song "Way Maker." Paul continues, "It’s impossible to sing this song and not feel faith rise up inside of you. There’s just nothing more powerful than declaring who God is. I’ve been singing this song over some situations in my own life and family where we need the miracle worker God to show up. Praying that as you sing this song that your faith in the way maker would be ignited and that He would touch every part of your life!"

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Biography

Paul and Hannah McClure are worship leaders and songwriters at Bethel Church and with Bethel Music. They began leading worship as teenagers in their hometown of High Pointe, North Carolina and relocated to Redding, California in 2011. The purity of their worship welcomes others into a deeper experience of God’s goodness and the unity we find in Him as believers.

Paul and Hannah are featured on Bethel Music’s latest albums VICTORY, singing “How Great a King,” and Bethel Music En Español with their song “Jesus Te Amamos.” They also appear on We Will Not Be Shaken (2015) with their songs “Jesus We Love You” and “One Thing.” Hannah is featured on Bethel Music albums Have it All (2016) with her song “Faithful to the End,” and Starlight (2017) with her song “Old for New.” Paul co-wrote “For the One” with Jenn Johnson, recently featured on Johnson’s solo project After All These Years. The McClures co-authored “God of the Redeemed” with Jeremy Riddle, featured on Bethel Music’s Be Lifted High (2010).

Paul serves as the Worship Pastor for the Bethel Church Worship Department, and Hannah is a freelance photographer and videographer. They live in Redding, California with their two children, Ezra and Mae, and life has never been sweeter.

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