WeAreWorship Podcast: Vertical Worship - Andi Rozier

Posted by Wisdom Moon on 27 September 2017

On this week's episode, we sit down with Andi Rozier of Vertical Worship to hear about how/why Vertical Worship started, their songwriting process, and the story behind the song FOUND IN YOU.

Featured song: FOUND IN YOU by Paul Baloche (from his latest album, YOUR MERCY)

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