Worship Video Spotlight: HEAR THE LION ROAR by Providence Road Band

Watch Jeff Woods and Providence Road Band lead worship at MorningStar Fellowship Church in Fort Mill, SC.

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by Jeff Woods and Providence Road Band

Several weeks ago, I was particularly enthralled by worship at MorningStar Fellowship Church led by Providence Road Band. Although unfamiliar with this Charlotte, North Carolina-based band, I was immediately drawn in by lead singer Jeff Woods’ anointed voice and the talented group of musicians around him.

By the time they finished the worship set, I found myself wanting for more. I was particularly moved by a couple of songs, including this one, “Let the Lion Roar.”

Fast forward a couple of months, I was delighted to find Jeff and Providence Road Band back at MorningStar to lead worship again. When they transitioned to “Let the Lion Roar,” my wife, Beth, quickly asked, “What is this song? I love it!”

Often times, we find that the encore performance is not quite as good as the first impression. Not this time—the second time around was even better! What particularly stood out was how Jeff and the group’s back-up vocalist blended together and harmonized so masterfully.

We have learned that Providence Road Band plans to include this song on an upcoming album release. We look forward to hearing more from them in the near future. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy this worship video as much as we do.

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Gary is President and Co-Founder of Kingdom Winds and the Kingdom Winds Collective. He has a heart for creativity and advancing the Kingdom! In his spare time, he can be found enjoying time with his cats, searching for the next Mack and Manco pizza, listening to music, playing or watching sports, learning new things, or multitasking any of the above.

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