Darlene Zschech and Here Be Lions Release New Worship Song "I Speak Jesus"
World-renowned Australian worship leader Darlene Zschech has partnered with Here Be Lions (fronted by Dustin Smith) to release, "I Speak Jesus." The song originally debuted on the Here Be Lion's EP, I Speak Jesus.
"The song came as easy as it sounds," shares Smith in regards to the writing of the song." Jesse Reeves prayed over us before we started writing and just said, 'I just want to speak the name of Jesus over these people.' That was it. The whole prayer. Nothing more. Nothing less. When we went to write I asked if we could write a song based on his prayer. He said, 'all I did was say the name of Jesus.' And that is all I want to say over my congregation, over my family, over my sickness, over depression and anxiety. All we needed was a melody because we already had the most powerful word...Jesus. There is mighty power in the name of Jesus."
Dustin joins Zschech to lead and to teach at HopeUC's Inaugural HopeUC Worship School. Over a period of four days (January 28 to 31st, 2020) at the Gosford Campus in Central Coast, Australia, you can learn directly from Zschech and a host of HopeUC leaders how to lead in worship.
Zschech writes: "We can't wait to host you at our inaugural @hopeuc Worship School! Coming up super soon in January. We are intentionally creating an incredible four days where you can come and be refreshed and strengthened for the year ahead. Secure your spot via the link in my bio...spaces are limited."
Dustin and his wife Jeanna have also recently launched HopeUC Nashville, a greater vision of Darlene Zschech's Hope Unlimited Church (Hope UC) in New South Wales, Australia. Now with churches in 11 major cities throughout Australia, India and the United States, Hope UC continues to shout the resounding truth and freedom that hope is a person, and His name is Jesus.
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