Posted by Craig Borlase on 10 July 2013

As an independent singer/songwriter, Josh sees the barriers between artist and audience differently. From start to finish, there's a strong sense of collaboration and connection between him and the people his music touches. It's something that the worship community could learn from.

Have a look at this short video to get started.

 

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