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Chris Davenport on Leading Worship

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Have you ever felt stuck in a "Google Maps pathway" when leading worship? Or have you ever

   Have you ever felt stuck in a "Google Maps pathway" when leading worship? Or have you ever wondered what it would look like to be adventurous with your worship leading and take "the back roads Chris Davenport unpacks sound wisdom, personal history, and practical insight around leading worship--and even shares some fun facts you might not have guessed about him! [     Watch Now    Â](    Unity Watch David Ware share about the intentionality of unity in worship. Humility Watch Chris Davenport share his heart on humility and worship.  Follow Us [Facebook](  [Twitter](  [Youtube](  [Instagram]( You’ve received this email because you’re one of our customers or subscribers. Worship Together, PO Box 5084, Brentwood, TN 37024, United States | [Unsubscribe](

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