What a treat for me to introduce you to a young man from Zimbabwe who, after graduating from Moody Bible Institute, is presently a graduate student at Moody. Ayanda Khumalo is also a gifted worship leader who has very definite views on his proper role in leading God’s people in worship. I think you’ll find him to be very thought-provoking and refreshing. Of course, we’ll also hear his own story of faith, growing up in Zimbabwe, and the part rugby plays in his calling.
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NEXT WEEK: Dr. Tom Seals of Lipscomb University on helping military veterans acclimate spiritually.