Posted by Darlene Zschech on 13 September 2017

Hear Diana Fletcher talk with Darlene Zchech about leadership, lessons learned, worship, and her new album “Here I Am Send Me”. Darlene shares about her tough battle with cancer, the perspective she kept through it all, and many incredible worship songwriting tips! Join us at the WFX Conference in Dallas, TX October 10-12 for worship team training with Paul Baloche, Travis Ryan, Covenant Worship, All About Worship, and others. Use code WAW15 at checkout for 15% off registration! Head over to www.weareworshipevents.com[http://www.weareworshipevents.com/] to register now!  QUICK LINKS WeAreWorship on Twitter WeAreWorship on Facebook WeAreWorship on Instagram WeAreWorship on YouTube[https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1GckeuFjg8vYu-ymIHR1RA/featured] CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST WITH ITUNES  CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST WITH STITCHER Listen now: 

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