Worship team introduces: Be Still

Worship team introduces: Be Still

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Blake Deffenbacher | The Feather Online

Macie Thompson, ’19, leads worship in chapel, Jan. 10.

With the new year, the campus worship team continues to introduce new songs in the weekly Thursday worship chapel. This week, the team chooses to introduce the song, ‘Be Still‘, by Hillsong Worship to students, Jan. 10.

The song speaks of trust and faithfulness, referencing Psalm 46:10, which says, “Be still, and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth!” The song aims to be a reminder to listeners, a reminder to put their trust in God and not themselves.

Sophomore, Andrew Moore, leads the song in chapel, Moore appreciates the message behind it. “The song Be Still, to me, isn’t just another worship song.” Moore said. “The message behind the song is super important to me! In the world we live in now it feels like it’s impossible to slow down, let alone stop at all. But the song reminds us that sometimes we need to be still, and focus on what’s important. Sometimes in order to step into God’s wonder and creation we have to come to a stop, we have to be still, and know that the Lord is in control.”

With the introduction of ‘Be Still’ to students, the song will be added to the normal rotation of songs in chapel.

The video below shows the worship team playing ‘Be Still’ along with verses that relate to the song:

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Blake Deffenbacher
Second year Feather staffer, Blake Deffenbacher, ‘20, spends his second year on the Feather team as a video journalist. In his first year, Deffenbacher developed his camera skills as a photojournalist, learning the workflow and concept of media in journalism. Over the summer, he used those skills in his church, CrossCity Christian Church, working alongside the churches creative arts and media team to produce numerous marketing and promotion videos. Deffenbacher spent this time with his church practicing and perfecting his filming, directing and editing skills. This year, Deffenbacher hopes to use those skills to benefit the video team. Outside of The Feather, Deffenbacher spends time practicing to play for his schools golf team. After winning the league championship as a team and finishing second place overall in the league individually last year, Deffenbacher hopes to lead the team to the Valley Championships this year. Upon graduating, Deffenbacher plans on moving out of Fresno to attend a four year university. His hopes are to major in business management or marketing. With that expertes, Deffenbacher sees many career opportunities in marketing and business. Deffenbacher knows that the skills that he learns on The Feather team will benefit him in his future careers, both in media and writing.

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