Into the Pray

The Viral Spread of Maranatha: The Beating Heart of Global Worship (feat. Ryan Kondo)

May 28, 2020 Nick & Mairi Franks Season 1 Episode 10
Into the Pray
The Viral Spread of Maranatha: The Beating Heart of Global Worship (feat. Ryan Kondo)
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Into the Pray
The Viral Spread of Maranatha: The Beating Heart of Global Worship (feat. Ryan Kondo)
May 28, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10
Nick & Mairi Franks

On the Into the Pray #podcast this week, we’re joined by Ryan Kondo, a bro from t’other side of the large, oceanic mass (we did say that we don’t like overused, meaningless cliche!).

Bringing with him a mighty wealth of experience leading worship and pastoring teams around the world, we’re so pumped to host him in this convo.

All of us tracking with these podcasts over the last 2.5 months have had an earful about the chaos in the Body, the ensuing chaos unfolding in the world and the double-minded Church that would prefer to sing songs of blessing at this time rather than bow the knee.

Seriously.

The emerging division within the Body of Christ - even concerning this one solitary issue of repentance - is only going to accelerate and accumulate, until finally the Bride is fully prepared in corporate harmony, singing “Come, Lord Jesus!”

So we’ve focused enough (for now) on the chaos and now we’re pivoting into more of a hopeful sense of what Father God is planning.

This preparation of the Body of Christ for His return is impossible without this prescribed prophetic polemic, but is also a very hard gig for anyone who is faithful in responding to it.

This is why we talk this week to Ryan who is very qualified indeed to help us all in learning that the oiliness of anointed, lingering, prayerful worship is to be found at the very epicentre of a radical preparation for the return of Christ - the very heartbeat of “Maranatha!”

Despite the warfare, the rebuke, the admonition, and because of the pressure and pressing and breaking, we need to understand that singing and musicianship and corporate worship are just beginning to really find their place on Earth.

Beloved, He is en route and, although some of us might think that we understand how to worship, we actually think we’re only just starting.

Ryans’s song that he mentions at the end is found here:

https://music.amazon.co.uk/albums/B07MCLFMWV?do=play&trackAsin=B07M7XT2Z7&ref=dm_sh_hb7Y722ExqN3X9D2mnrp5eIzn

Please get in touch and let us know what kind of content/emphases you’d like us to explore with guests moving into Summer 2020.

Love and maranatha, 

N&M xx

Show Notes

On the Into the Pray #podcast this week, we’re joined by Ryan Kondo, a bro from t’other side of the large, oceanic mass (we did say that we don’t like overused, meaningless cliche!).

Bringing with him a mighty wealth of experience leading worship and pastoring teams around the world, we’re so pumped to host him in this convo.

All of us tracking with these podcasts over the last 2.5 months have had an earful about the chaos in the Body, the ensuing chaos unfolding in the world and the double-minded Church that would prefer to sing songs of blessing at this time rather than bow the knee.

Seriously.

The emerging division within the Body of Christ - even concerning this one solitary issue of repentance - is only going to accelerate and accumulate, until finally the Bride is fully prepared in corporate harmony, singing “Come, Lord Jesus!”

So we’ve focused enough (for now) on the chaos and now we’re pivoting into more of a hopeful sense of what Father God is planning.

This preparation of the Body of Christ for His return is impossible without this prescribed prophetic polemic, but is also a very hard gig for anyone who is faithful in responding to it.

This is why we talk this week to Ryan who is very qualified indeed to help us all in learning that the oiliness of anointed, lingering, prayerful worship is to be found at the very epicentre of a radical preparation for the return of Christ - the very heartbeat of “Maranatha!”

Despite the warfare, the rebuke, the admonition, and because of the pressure and pressing and breaking, we need to understand that singing and musicianship and corporate worship are just beginning to really find their place on Earth.

Beloved, He is en route and, although some of us might think that we understand how to worship, we actually think we’re only just starting.

Ryans’s song that he mentions at the end is found here:

https://music.amazon.co.uk/albums/B07MCLFMWV?do=play&trackAsin=B07M7XT2Z7&ref=dm_sh_hb7Y722ExqN3X9D2mnrp5eIzn

Please get in touch and let us know what kind of content/emphases you’d like us to explore with guests moving into Summer 2020.

Love and maranatha, 

N&M xx