William McDowell Opens Heart And Soul And Invites You In: ‘Nothing In Service Is About You.’

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    William McDowell, pastor, prolific worship leader, and recording artist, to launch epic worship event 7 Days of Withholding Nothing. Kicking off Black Music Month and in conjunction with the digital release of WITHHOLDING NOTHING live concert film on iTunes (https://itun.es/i6gf2CF), McDowell will make the extraordinary live worship experience available for unlimited viewing on WithholdingNothingFilm.com for 7 days starting Monday, June 9th until Monday, June 16th.

    Visitors will be able to access their free and limitless views of the 2-hour worship experience by unlocking the film’s page through their Facebook and Twitter accounts or by providing an email address. Withholding Nothing was recorded live at Faith Assembly Church in Orlando, FL and is a memorable film experience filled with the sights and sounds of dynamic worship moments.

    Containing over 20 songs, the Withholding Nothing concert film shows 2,000 people immersed in passionate, authentic and pure worship. Unlike anything seen before, McDowell offers this concert as a way to celebrate the poignancy and beauty of the evening. McDowell introduced a number of new worship anthems and songs of praise for today’s church. These include “Can’t Live Without You,” ”My Heart Sings” and the prophetic declaration, “Expecting.” The night also features guest appearances by Jason Nelson on Arise favorite, “I Surrender All,” Steve Crawford and Da’dra Greathouse (of Anointed) on “Standing,” and Daniel Johnson.

    William is  excited to share this heartfelt message:

    “We made the film originally in an attempt to capture what it looks, feels and sounds like when God shows up in a room and people respond. My heart longed for as many people to see and experience this, and it means that much to me. That’s why I wanted to offer the chance to view it for free, for a limited time. The best you can do is to prepare your heart and be obedient,”… You have to be willing to become invisible. It’s never about you. Nothing in the service is about you. People aren’t coming to see you. They are coming to experience God.”

     

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