I have really big news: I’m now launching a school of worship and school of ministry in Costa Rica. My wife and I have partnered with another like-minded couple in this effort, and have just begun building the campus, drafting the curriculum and forming a network of international speakers and ministry leaders. The school will […]
This past weekend was a highlight in many ways. Our church hosted a conference featuring Heidi Baker and Lou Engle, two of my personal favorites in regards to Christian leadership and anointing. Most people are familiar with Heidi Baker, but not Lou. I first encountered him in July of 2007 at The Call in Nashville, a […]
At about the age of 12, my youngest daughter began to take an interest in singing. I noticed that she intentionally pushed herself toward uncomfortable places vocally. She didn’t really have a knack for harmonies, for example, but she forced herself to work at them constantly. She would listen to every kind of worship music, as […]
Such an amazing time of worship, sightseeing and fellowship in South Africa with JoshGen Church. These beautiful people really excel in hospitality, community and authentic worship! I’m so humbled to have been invited to lead worship, teach, serve in the townships, and provide training for the worship leaders. JoshGen, you have been quickly grafted into my heart!
So grateful to all the generous donors who sponsored my run this morning. I’m genuinely surprised to report that I finished 5th in my division – a total shock since I didn’t train at all, and haven’t run in over 30 years (talk about God’s grace!!) More importantly, your generous gifts totaled $1060, which goes […]
My daughter Kylene has been leading worship with me for years. In fact, the first time she played keys for me she was 12. Many years later, we find ourselves back in San Clemente, back at Heritage Christian Fellowship and leading worship together! It’s actually happened several times since we got here in July, but this recent […]
The most remarkable 10 days of my life! Thank you Frank & Cindy May and Remember the Poor for inviting me and making this trip possible. I’m astounded at the depth and effectiveness of the work being done by your organization to spread the gospel and minister to the needy. A truly unforgettable experience!
Haven’t taken the time to blog or update in a while, and was reminded of that after a recent repeat ministry opportunity. Remember The Poor asked me to come back and lead worship for their annual board meetings in Arizona. This is such an incredible ministry organization, and the only one of its kind I’m […]
Had an amazing weekend leading worship with some outstanding and anointed worship leaders. Phillip LaRue and I teamed up to lead at the Foundry’s Friday Night Meltdown, a ministry of Scott MacLeod’s Harvest Sound. Scott has been ministering in and to Nashville’s inner city for about 15 years, and I’m humbled and excited to be hooked […]
Just got hooked up with The Burn 24-7 this past weekend. I’m excited about the calling and vision of this ministry, and look forward to leading worship with them again in the future! Special thanks to Charée Balm for leading with me.
Hugely blessed and honored to have led worship at the Remember The Poor Conference / Board meeting in Flagstaff this past weekend. Please visit their blog and get involved in this amazing ministry!
(“Pour Me Out Like… Perfume” was written as a devotional for CMcentral.com) Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit. John 12:24 (ESV) It was summer of 2006, and I was in Nashville to record a […]
Bridget Willard interviews Chris Nesbitt for The Worship Journals. WJ What does worship mean to you? CN Surrender & obedience. Surrender, in terms of who you are, and obedience as far as what you do. The more practical manifestations of “worshiping” or being a “worshiper” are simply the fruit of living obedient and surrendered lives. WJ […]
So stoked to have had my first Sunday teaching opportunity! This message is from a recent Sunday morning at Heritage Christian Fellowship in San Clemente, CA, where I brought what I consider to be a prophetic word about the specific calling on this present generation of believers. Give it listen (below).
No one pours new wine into old wineskins. The wine would swell and burst the old skins. Then the wine would be lost, and the skins would be ruined. New wine must be put into new wineskins. Mark 2:22 (CEV) Last summer, the Lord asked my wife and me to take a leap of faith […]
By Kevan Breitinger Originally published in CMcentral.com (now CCMmagazine.com) SPECIAL FEATURE: Learning Curve: On Hearing God and Leaving the Land of Ur, Part 2 (read Part 1) As spring moved into summer, the Lord’s directions continued and became more specific. Chris, his wife Tiffany, and their two oldest kids came out to Nashville for The […]
By Kevan Breitinger Originally published in CMcentral.com (now CCMmagazine.com) SPECIAL FEATURE: Learning Curve: On Hearing God and Leaving the Land of Ur, Part 1 (read Part 2) Living as we do in this Age of Information, most of us rarely leave the house without knowing exactly where we’re going, what we’ll find there, and what […]
Then Jesus said to his disciples, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. Matthew 16:24 The Lord said MOVE. He had been speaking words of preparation to my wife and me for years, and then He suddenly gave a surprising command. We were to […]