PERRY LaHAIE LEADS WORSHIP AT NORTH AMERICAN MISSION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE


More than 500 Christian Leaders Gather in Phoenix

Perry LaHaie with Guitar

Moody Radio morning drive-time radio personality and recording artist Perry LaHaie recently served as worship leader for the North American Mission Leaders Reset Conference in Phoenix, Ariz., a gathering of more than 500 leaders of mission agencies, church denominations and local churches throughout the continent.

“The conference was a time for leaders to refresh, strategize and be freshly empowered to bring the good news to the nations. The Lord gave me a focus for the worship times through John Piper’s quote, ‘Worship is the fuel of missions,'” LaHaie says. “With that in mind, I chose songs that focused on the Gospel, on the majesty of God, on His unconditional love and faithfulness, on His power, His healing and His greatness.”

LaHaie, a recording artist with Frontiers, an international community of people dedicated to inviting Muslims all over the world to follow Jesus, also shared his song “Lord of the Harvest” with its video on the big screens at the conference, calling the leaders to remember the Muslim world in their strategies.

About Perry LaHaie:
LaHaie is best known as a recording artist with Frontiers, an international community of people dedicated to inviting Muslims all over the world to follow Jesus. LaHaie uses his platform as a recording artist to challenge believers from across America to take the Gospel to the Muslim world. His current project, Endless Fields, which was produced by Grammy and Dove Award-nominated producer Brian Hardin (FFH, Manic Drive, Vicki Yohe), fuses modern acoustic rock and a passionate layering of electric guitars with lyrics that reveal LaHaie’s heart for the nations. LaHaie donates half of the proceeds from the sales of Endless Fields to support the work of Frontiers.

LaHaie is also the host of the nationally syndicated radio feature “Cast Yourself In,” a feature that tells amazing stories of how God is working in the Muslim world. “Cast Yourself In” is broadcast on more than 200 stations and translators across the United States, and worldwide through the Internet. Prior to joining Frontiers, LaHaie served as the drive-time personality for the award-winning 99.7 Family Life Radio in Midland, Mich. Of his journey of faith that has taken him across the United States, Mexico, Thailand, Turkey, Russia and Belgium, he says, “Jesus has found me. And now He’s invited me into this thing that’s bigger than me, and not about me – His great work to bless the nations.”

For more information on LaHaie and Endless Fields, visit perrylahaie.com. For more information on Frontiers, visit frontiersusa.org .

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