Worship Leader for Blume 2011

Cindy Johnson Blume 2011 Worship Leader
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Cindy Johnson is the worship leader for Blumesm 2011. Cindy travels in the US and internationally as a worship leader and speaker through Stage2Ministries, which she founded in 2000. Cindy and her husband, Steve, along with band members Ron Landreth and Jeremy Merritt, are passionate about leading worship. Their calling is to “set the stage” to allow others to freely worship God as He leads.

Cindy says this about Blume: “As I think about Blume 2011, I am overwhelmed. Knowing that so many daughters of the King are going to come together to worship, to serve, and to give, is truly a little glimpse of glory. My prayer for these months leading up to Blume is that God would prepare our hearts for His purpose and focus our hearts on His greatness.”

Cindy has four full-length albums and is receiving airplay both in the US and Puerto Rico. In 2005, Cindy won the Gospel Music Association Pop Adult Contemporary song of the year award for the title track of her second album, “No Longer Satisfied.” In the past, Cindy has shared the stage with Mark Schultz, Laura Story, FFH, Chris Rice, Britt Nicole, Casting Crowns, and Jars of Clay

In 2005, Cindy began a partnership with Compassion International, a ministry that strives to “release children from poverty in Jesus’ name.” Since then, Cindy has traveled to Guatemala and Ecuador to see the ministry of Compassion firsthand, and, as a result, she has dedicated herself to speak on behalf of those precious children.

Read more about Cindy Johnson in upcoming issues of The Mag.
 

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