Missions in worship

Today I heard the song “Follow You” by Leeland and was moved by the lyrics as it spoke of following God to the poor and the broken. I am always encouraged by Christian bands that realize it isn’t enough to give God mere lip service. Our acts of worship must overflow into the spread of His Kingdom. May this song be a reminder that missions is really another act of worship to God.

And I’ll, I’ll follow You into the homes of the broken
I’ll follow You into the world
I’ll meet the needs for the poor and the needy God
I’ll follow You into the world …

Leeland and Brandon Heath were able to go to Cambodia for a week and put their music into action:

*Remember to keep Megan Wong in your prayers as she continues to serve in Cambodia through the month of July.

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Interview with Megan Wong

In a previous post “RE:generation”, I shared the stories of three young people stepping out in the world to heed God’s call. Megan Wong just completed her Mayterm trip to Thailand and Cambodia studying about human trafficking. She has committed to spending six more weeks volunteering in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Recently, I was able to catch up with Megan. Continue reading “Interview with Megan Wong”