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John Mark McMillan

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on 7 December 2015

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John Mark McMillan
FONTS
"How He Loves" cont.
JMM's take on Worship
The most common place for a worship leader to do this is in a church building on Sunday. I certainly enjoy doing that but I also want to have an effect on people beyond what they do inside of a building, when they’re out living their lives.
I think real worship happens at work, at school, in the car or in the shower. It’s not something that stops after a service
, though I do consider the service to be important as well. I don’t want to belittle that at all. I just like the idea of creating music that’s more than simply a platform for a message.
"Ten Thousand"
"How He Loves"
In 2002, he received a call from his father who broke the news that his childhood friend had passed away in a tragic car accident.

Wrote the song the morning after.
BIO
Started music career after rough breakup
Quit his job at Olive Garden after a woman cussed him out over the price of Cranberry juice.
With no relationship or job, he began to write.
Many are familiar with David Crowder's version.

Controversially, Crowder changed a single line of the song
In this particular situation it’s not, so much, a Biblical presentation of resurrection but a picture of death and resurrection in everyday life. But that certainly isn’t an unbiblical concept.
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