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Surrendering Pain - Sunday Pm

May 08, 2016

So many of us spend our lives trying to avoid pain without realizing that facing the pain head on might be the thing that propels us into our very destiny. The reality of pain in our lives is inevitable, but we have a choice of what to do with it: will we retreat from it, or will we bring it to the Fathers feet, choosing to praise Him even when we dont understand? Brian Johnson shares his journey through pain, and how the Lord brought him strength and courage for his destiny through his darkest season. Scripture Reference: Philippians 1:9, Philippians 4:12-13, John 21:15-17, John 1:37-79

Brian Johnson

Brian & Jenn Johnson are co-founders of Bethel Music, WorshipU, and have been integral in the production of over fifteen albums that have influenced the culture of worship across the global church. They are committed to raising healthy family, cultivating community, and fostering unity among worship leaders from around the world. Brian & Jenns newest solo album, After All These Years will release in late January 2017. Brian facilitates an atmosphere of faith in worship and has written anthems such as Have it All, We Will Not Be Shaken and One Thing Remains, which was awarded #1 song for ASCAP Christian Music and #1 Radio Single in 2013. Known for her powerful vocals and unique prophetic sound, Jenn has authored songs such as, In Over My Head, Come To Me, God I Look to You and O Taste and See. Together they are passionate about raising up worshippers who take hold of their true identity and pursue intimacy with God above all else. There are advocates of living a lifestyle built on vulnerability, faithfulness, and connection to community. Brian and Jenn reside in Redding, California, with their three wonderful children, Haley, Tea, and Braden. They continue to speak and lead worship at home and around the world.