Share vulnerable video of victorious journey
Worship duo Brad + Rebekah are returning to the road following a cancer battle. The parents of two just unveiled a video
fully sharing the story of God's faithfulness throughout Rebekah's diagnosis.
Days before the couple released their latest album, "Sound Of Heaven" (Feb. 16), Rebekah was diagnosed with an inoperable cancerous tumor in her stomach, leading to a multiple-month-long battle, followed by the cancer being removed in a miraculous way.
This fall found their return to leading worship at their Arizona-based home church, Christ's Church of the Valley, followed by nationwide stops including Orlando and Fairfax. Continuing their long-time partnership with Watoto in Uganda, Brad + Rebekah just returned from Uganda, where they served the child care ministry that was birthed in response to the growing number of orphans and vulnerable children in the area. They will be trekking to the Honduras and more, continuing to share their miraculous story under the tour name "Our Sound Is Louder."
Brad + Rebekah just embarked on their 11th year of ministry together. Their earlier release of "Sound Of Heaven" marked the continuation of a four-year-long album-making process where the global worship couple asked 50 pastors nationwide what is needed in the worship songs of the church. To follow their story, stay tuned to Brad + Rebekah's Instagram
Brad + Rebekah have led worship in the Honduras, Uganda, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia and the U.S. They reside in Phoenix with their family, and currently spend half the year ministering with Christ's Church of the Valley and the other half of the year traveling and producing music. "Sound Of Heaven" is the worship pair's first release since 2015 and their seventh album.
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