Jubilee World South America to Focus on Raising Local Musicians to Serve the Church Actively

Jubilee World South America to Focus on Raising Local Musicians to Serve the Church Actively

Aug 19, 2017

 

"Music is the art of the prophets and the gift of God." Martin Luther said. 

Through music we can also preach, in fact, it can be one of the most effective ways to preach the Gospel nowadays. 

On Monday morning, the representative of Jubilee South America, P.Eduardo Miranda, gathered the South American church leaders to talk about the training plan and the current focus of the ministry. He explained that the ministry works for public but what is important is that they serve the local church. Now the focus of South America is to find musicians of each church and raise them to serve the local church effectively. P.Eduardo has plan to train them individually through online which will bring a great hope to the continent. 

Church leaders began to connect their members who have talent in music to Jubilee ministry expecting that they may become precious worshippers of God. 

 

 

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