Serving in China, we often have to use equipment that is different from what we’re used to. If you’ve ever been to one of our jnX concerts, you may know that we’d spend a lot of time doing …
One time, when I was serving at a church worship event in China with jnX, there was an elderly pianist practicing. She was playing the piano so forcefully that the keys were about to break. The pianist only used one tonic chord to accompany the entire hymn. With what I saw and heard, I could not help but burst out laughing.
This past October, I had the opportunity to provide training for choir members from 41 churches in an farming community in China. It was too impractical logistically for me to train every choir member, so each church selected the 2 most skilled members as representatives to come and learn.
Getting started is always the hardest part. Yet, when we look back in life, isn’t it true that the times we overcome the feeling of “I can’t” or “I’ve never done this before” are also the times we end up growing and experiencing major breakthroughs?