The Katina's will be joining us in worship on October 11th and 12th.
In today’s ever-changing music industry where bands arrive and then disappear into obscurity at a veritable breakneck pace, The Katinas have not only managed to roll with the changes, but they’ve done so with their original lineup intact for 21 years now.
Undaunted by trends and the changing tides of the online music revolution, The Katinas, comprised of brothers John (vocals), Jesse (vocals), Sam (keyboards), James (bass) and Joe (drums) have continued to write and perform on their own terms—and love every minute of it.
“I say this with the utmost humility, I know that it’s been nothing short of God’s grace that we’re actually still together and doing this full time. It’s actually pretty mind-boggling,” James says. “We’ve seen so many things come and go in 21 years, and yet, some days, it all feels like it was just yesterday.”
If anything, the Dove Award-winning group’s most recent work on its 10th English language studio album, Collage, has only reenergized them.
“Quite honestly, there’s a part of me that feels like we have a second wind,” James shares. “I’m not saying we’re going to go for another 20 years, but you kind of have that feeling because we’re even more passionate today about the music, but even more so about the message.”
Join with us on Sunday, October 18 at 6:00pm as the World Outreach Worship Praise Team and Choir come together with Gaither Vocal Band member Todd Suttles to sing some of the great hymns, songs, and choruses of the Church.
World Outreach Church welcomes Angus Buchan this November 23rd. Learn more here.
Angus Buchan, a farmer displaced from his native land of Zambia by both racial and political unrest, moved his family to South Africa for a better life. His first book, also a major motion picture, Faith Like Potatoes, is about his prayers that built a crop of untold proportion and got an entire nation to want to find out how. At a time when he was warned not to farm that year due to the massive drought in the land, Buchan stepped out on what he believed was instruction from heaven; his massive harvest of potatoes that year was nothing short of supernatural and provided powerful testimony to other farmers in the area. Buchan is an economic change agent, and his story shows how building dreams around God can result in grand results like no other.
Angus and Pastor Allen Jackson met several years ago in Jerusalem at the Feast of Tabernacles where they were both speakers. Their shared vision for ministry brought them together for a partnership to bring Buchan’s men’s conferences to the United States. These U.S. men’s conferences have attracted thousands of men from our local community, across the country and abroad. Angus Buchan is scheduled to return to the United States and Tennessee on Sunday, November 23 – watch for details and information on wochurch.org, Facebook and Twitter.