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Ep. 6 - Paul McClure | The Worship & Technology Podcast


CATEGORIES: News, English, The Worship & Technology Podcast
Paul McClure joins us for Episode 6! He’s an incredible songwriter within the Bethel Music family as well as the worship pastor for Bethel Church in Redding, CA. Pauls shares his journey of worship leading, his thoughts about the newest Bethel Music album, insight on leading worship through hard seasons, and more. His words are inspiring and valuable. We know it will bless you as you navigate this season.

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Questions:

  • 1:40 - Where are you from and what was your journey to Bethel Church?

  • 7:20 - What’s your day to day right now?

  • 8:40 - How does your team start the work week and team meetings?

  • 9:35 - From a small town to traveling on the road and seeing other expression of the Church, what would you say is special about Bethel Church?

  • 12:15 - How does your church hold the tension between making sure things are excellent and not letting that become a barrier of seeking the presence of God?

  • 17:35 - Can you share a little about the newest album Revival’s In The Air?

  • 20:21 - What have you learned by pressing into worship even through hard seasons?

  • 24:15 - How has your church led worship in this time? How did season look different than the past?

  • 26:00 - How have you pivoted your leading style when there’s no one in the room?

  • 29:20 - What’s next for you and Hannah?

  • 30:30 - Any idea of what opening your church doors again looks like?

  • 31:50 - Last bit of advice to worship leaders


Links:

For more worship leading help during quarantine, visit: www.multitracks.com/covid-19/

For more about Paul McClure, visit: www.bethelmusic.com/artists/paul-mcclure/

For Original Master MultiTracks and other worship leading resources from Bethel Music, visit: www.multitracks.com/artists/Bethel-Music/
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