Psalm 95

Come, let’s sing out loud to the Lord!
Let’s raise a joyful shout to the rock of our salvation!
Let’s come before him with thanks!
Let’s shout songs of joy to him!

I enjoy slow and intimate songs during worship! I believe that we can encounter Jesus during these songs. But I also believe that there is a lot of power when we sing joyful songs, songs that proclaim truth or a promise even if it‘s not yet here. 

You don’t have to be happy to sing happy songs. Praise and worship are not depending on our emotions. I have even experienced the opposite: that praise and worship can change our emotion or attitude. 

Shelter In The Storm is OUT NOW!

We are beyond excited to tell you that Matt’s album Shelter In The Storm is officially released!

We had a fabulous time at Dublin Vineyard on the 25th November dedicating and releasing the album. We prayed for Matt and the Album and anointed it with oil.

We pray that this album would lead people to God’s throne and that whoever listens to the songs would experience Jesus in a life changing way.

All the songs are now available on all digital platforms. Please be sure to check them out:

iTunes/Apple Music

Worship Service 11th November 2018

We had two incredible services at Dublin Vineyard last Sunday, Nov. 11th.

On Saturday afternoon, part of the worship team spent a few hours setting up the stage and all its connections (lights, sound, instruments, media, ect.) at our meeting place for the next day, since we are a portable church.

I believe that the sacrificial time that we put into this is also a form of worship and and it not only strengthens our soul but it gives and creates a mindset that is ready to praise God.

The preparation paid off big time. Since the big part of the set up was already done on Saturday afternoon we were able to use Sunday morning to get ourselves ready without any distractions and had a great time of prayer for each other before the service started.

Usually, there is a lot to do on Sunday mornings with testing and EQ-ing instruments and vocals as well as resolving issues (every week there are some), but this week, we were able to start the worship service well prepared, confident and with a clear mind.

Together we proclaimed the Word of God and how he is with us in the midst of our unknown and our unbelief! God‘s promises are true today! This time together of worship and listening from the Word, gives us strength to face our week holding God’s hand.

„He will bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of his splendor.“‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭61:3