Matt Redman |        

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Matt Redman is married to Beth and they have five children. They are based on the south coast of England, near Brighton. Matt has been a full-time worship leader since the age of 20 and this journey has taken him to countries such as South Africa, Japan, India, Australia, Germany and the Czech Republic. Along the way he has sung in venues such as the Angels baseball stadium, both old and new Wembley stadiums, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Royal Albert Hall.

Matt’s earlier songs include ‘The Heart of Worship’, ‘You Never Let Go’ and ‘Blessed Be Your Name’. More recent compositions include the Grammy-nominated ‘Our God‘, and the double-Grammy winning ‘10,000 Reasons‘ – for which he also received a Billboard award in the USA. His latest record was recorded live at Abbey Road Studios in London.

Matt is also the author of several books, including The Unquenchable Worshipper, Facedown, Mirrorball,Blessed Be Your Name (co-authored with Beth Redman) and Indescribable (co-authored with Louie Giglio).

Matt's latest collection of songs is called 'Unbroken Praise' and was recorded live in London's world famous Abbey Road Studios. All of the songs from this CD are available on WeAreWorship.


Gracefully Broken - Song Devotional

It's a raw song of surrender - no pose and not pretence - just the real, uncomplicated offering of a worshipper who knows what it is to experience weakness, and what it is to encounter grace.

The Irreplaceable Quality of Humility

One of the ancient Desert Fathers once noted that “Humans need humility and the fear of God, like the breath that issues from their nostrils.” And when it comes to being a lead worshipper, the heart standard of humility is just as irreplaceable a quality.

Matt Redman: how it all began

PART ONE... Therapists call them door-handle comments. They’re the kind of statements that people make just as the session is about to close, when the safety of the exit is close at hand. Our subconscious throws out these significant revelations in...

Matt Redman: how it all began - PART 2

“There’s nothing unique about getting in a room and singing some songs - it happens all over the place every day, inside and out of church. But it’s the living, breathing, open-ended song that’s our USP. The people of God...


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