Matt Redman (b. February 14, 1974) began leading worship full-time at age 20, serving churches in Chorleywood, Brighton, West Sussex, and Atlanta, Georgia, where he worked with Chris Tomlin and Louie Giglio for the Passion Conferences. He is known for songs such as “The Heart of Worship,” “Better is One Day,” and “Blessed Be Your Name.” His 2012 song “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord),” co-written with Jonas Myrin, won two Grammy awards in 2013. Redman has written a number of books, including Mirror Ball and The Unquenchable Worshipper. He and his wife Beth have five children, and are currently based at St. Peters Church in Brighton, England.
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Display Title: The Heart of WorshipFirst Line: When the music fades, all is swept awayTune Title: REDMANAuthor: Matt RedmanMeter: Irregular meterDate: 2008Subject: Praise, Adoration, Worship, Exaltation of Jesus |
Display Title: When the music fades (The heart of worship)First Line: When the music fadesTune Title: [When the music fades]Author: Matt RedmanDate: 1999Subject: Living the Christian Life | Worship and Adoration
Display Title: I'm coming back to the heart of worshipFirst Line: When the music fadesTune Title: [When the music fades]Author: Matt Redman, b. 1974Scripture: 1 Samuel 16:7; Acts 27:23; Romans 12:1Date: 2011Subject: Repentance and Forgiveness |