Worship Leader Magazine is dedicated to inspiring the church to build a lifestyle of worship. One of the ways we’re accomplishing that mission is through interviews with different worship music influencers. Our goal is to ask questions that will allow our guests to inspire audiences to grow in their faith and go deeper in their understanding of worship theology. We’re also focused on equipping our tribe of pastors and worship leaders with practical advice on how to grow in their abilities.
In this episode of our newly released Worship Conversations series, we interview singer-songwriter Pat Barrett. With Pat we cover questions like what is his history leading worship, how has he built a lifestyle of worship off the stage, what are some of his best worship experiences, and are we worshiping worship more than God.
Additionally, team building is such a huge part of leading worship as the worship team looks to the leaders of that team for personal guidance and discipleship. In this interview Pat goes deep on practical advice that will help set up worship teams for success.
His heart is truly open and his authentic and inspired advice will be a blessing to all who consume watch this interview. We wanted to thank Pat again for his time and for sharing his passion with us.
About Pat Barrett
A singer/songwriter and worship leader at Grace Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia, Pat Barrett was first the primary songwriter and vocalist for popular Christian rock ensemble Housefires before striking out solo. After embarking down a solo path in 2018, Barrett broke new ground commercially with Billboard-charting albums like 2021’s Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly. [SOURCE]
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Best known as one of the primary singer/songwriters for the band Housefires, Pat Barrett is a worship leader at Grace Midtown in Atlanta, GA. With songs such as “Build My Life” and “Good Good Father,” Barrett is a key songwriter and artist in the broader worship community.