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The Bible for Kids Podcast

Aug 1, 2022

This week Mike and Sarah talk with singer-songwriter and now author Yancy, about unlocking the power of discipling kids in worship in her new book, Sweet Sound: The Power of Discipling Kids in Worship.

STOP just doing songs and START leading worship by making disciples who know what it means to worship the Lord in spirit and in truth.

No matter our age, each one of us was designed to praise, and for our praise to shift the atmosphere and usher in freedom and deliverance. Our worship is a sacrifice unto the Lord-this includes the praises of children. It's powerful. It's beautiful. It's sweet. Can you imagine children singing out, with their whole hearts, praises to their King? It's quite possibly the sweetest sound you will ever hear! It matters. Jesus himself said, "From the lips of children and infants, you, Lord, have called forth your praise." (Matthew 21:16)

This book is full of prophetic, practical, and power-filled truth. It will change the way you view kids worship, as well as your own ability to lead. By using examples from the life of King David, as well as her own personal experiences, Yancy is purposed to empower you to raise up kids who desire to live a life of worship on a daily basis, not only on Sundays. This is about their future. Are you ready to be a part of that?

Yancy is a worship leader, songwriter and producer of hundreds of songs that make Jesus loud. Her Dove Award winning music is all the things kids love and everything adults value. She is a powerhouse at leading and teaching kids from birth to preteen how to worship, and creates popular worship resources for churches and homes around the world. Yancy is a passionate advocate of raising disciples to worship. She recently authored the book “Sweet Sound: The Power of Discipling Kids in Worship”. Because of her passion to serve the Church she created “Heartbeat”, a curriculum to teach kids the heart of worship. With a family legacy of children’s ministry, her authority and PK perspective help encourage and champion the Kidmin community that the seeds they are planting will reap a harvest that will go on to affect families for generations. Yancy lives with her husband and two sons in Nashville, TN.