Today’s guest, Will Herron, grew up in Northern Ireland and was an early member of the experimental Irish folk rock band known as the Rend Collective, which toured with folks like Chris Tomlin and Kari Jobe, and last year performed at Madison Square Garden and Red Rocks. He left the group five years ago to become the worship leader at Holy Trinity Church in McLean VA. Will’s story isn’t sensational like some of the “prodigal sons” we have featured on our program. It’s more a story of the prodigal son’s brother who, while he stayed home, had a heart that was just as far from his Father as his brother’s. Will joins us to talk about his life journey and the centrality of music and community to his faith and higher purpose.
The cross of Jesus Christ reveals God's heart for humanity.
The gospel is an inclusive message for everyone.
In studio live performance.
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Opening music: Higher, Holy Trinity Church Music, I Will Follow album
Closing music: Always, Holy Trinity Church Music, Everything We Have Is Yours album