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No Longer Slaves

Author: Brian Johnson

Brian Johnson and his wife Jenn are co-founders of Bethel Music and WorshipU, ministries of Bethel Church in Redding, California. Dianne Shapiro, from bethelmusic.com/about/ accessed 3/7/17 Go to person page >

Author: Joel Case

(no biographical information available about Joel Case.) Go to person page >

Author: Jonathan David Helser

Jonathan David Helser and his wife, Melissa, are musicians and worship leaders. They also live at the retreat center, A Place For The Heart, in Sophia, North Carolina and lead the full time staff. Connected with the ministry of the retreat center, they started the "school for the heart," 18 Inch Journey, an intensive 60 day training for 19-26 year olds. Also connected with the retreat center is the ministry Cageless Birds, a community of Christian artists and musicians. Dianne Shapiro, from jonathanhelser.com accessed 3/8/2017 Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: You unravel me, with a melody
Title: No Longer Slaves
Author: Brian Johnson
Author: Joel Case
Author: Jonathan David Helser
Language: English
Refrain First Line: I'm no longer a slave to fear
Copyright: © 2014 Bethel Music Publishing



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