Grant Norsworthy: Worship is a Living Death-Style
"Beaming" in from New Zealand, one of our friends, Grant Norsworthy is our guest on this devotional episode of The Walk. From his days in Sonicflood leading I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever to an encounter with God on stage when he said, "Grant, I never asked you to sing of my Love. Instead, I asked you to be my love," Grant has a big message for all worshippers.
He brings us back to the basics of what words like "worship" and "awesome" mean.
James 1:26 (NIV) Those who consider themselves religious and yet do not keep a tight rein on their tongues deceive themselves, and their religion is worthless.
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Who Is Grant Norsworthy
Grant Norsworthy is not another singer who talks too much. He’s a speaker who sings songs.
An Aussie who was based in Nashville, Tennessee, USA from 2002 to 2018, Grant Norsworthy achieved considerable success as a professional musician including a Grammy® nomination, a Dove Award, extensive touring, recording and radio hits with bands like Paul Colman Trio and Sonicflood.
Now conducting global ministry work from his Nelson, New Zealand home base, Grant uses his musicianship, freewheeling wit and uncommon candour to encourage audiences to deeper faith in Christ and good works. As the founder, content developer and principal instructor for More Than Music Mentor, he provides high quality online and onsite training for the heart and the art of worshiping musicians everywhere.