• indoubt Podcast
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  • March 4, 2019

Ep. 164: When Worship Isn’t Working

With Andrew Marcus and Ryan McCurdy

If our hearts aren’t in the right place, the act of worship can turn into just another feel-good experience. We talk to Andrew Marcus this week about how to get out of the search for the ‘experience’ and correct your heart to be in the posture to let go and worship. They talk about how we often have an expectation of what worship needs to look like and how we need to break past that pursuit of perfection. If we allow the right people to speak into our lives as mentors and guides, with our hearts leaning into God, we are able to grow and learn and trust in the process.

Ep. 164: When Worship Isn't Working with Andrew Marcus

Who's Our Guest?

Andrew Marcus

Andrew Marcus is a 2x GMA Award-winning singer/songwriter/worship artist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. His latest album ‘Constant’ features 7 new songs written with artists including Paul Baloche and Leeland Mooring and was produced by Scott and Ed Cash in Nashville, TN. His first radio single, ‘You Are With Me,’ hit #1 on the worship charts. He has been leading worship since the age of 19 and has been honoured to lead worship for churches and conferences around the world.

Who's Our Guest?

Andrew Marcus

Andrew Marcus is a 2x GMA Award-winning singer/songwriter/worship artist based in Vancouver, British Columbia. His latest album ‘Constant’ features 7 new songs written with artists including Paul Baloche and Leeland Mooring and was produced by Scott and Ed Cash in Nashville, TN. His first radio single, ‘You Are With Me,’ hit #1 on the worship charts. He has been leading worship since the age of 19 and has been honoured to lead worship for churches and conferences around the world.

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