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US worship leader set to preach at Norwich church 

American worship leader and preacher Lydia Marrow will be at Radical Church in Norwich on Sunday May 13 at its 3pm service.

Pastor Matt Richards said: “Lydia has an unwavering passion for the things of God and is desperate to see the true power of the Gospel return to the body of Jesus Christ in these last days. Lydia demonstrated the call to ministry through her giftings of both leading worship and preaching with a prophetic edge from a very young age.
 
“She was touched in the Brownsville Revival in 1996, where she received her call to the ministry at the age of 12. She served in her grandfather’s church with her family for several years. She then went on to study worship ministry at the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry, graduating in May 2004. After a brief period back in Augusta serving her parents’ church as a worship leader, she then served as the worship leader at Church of His Presence for seven and a half years alongside Pastor John Kilpatrick. During that time, the powerful Bay Revival broke out in July 2010 with Evangelist Nathan Morris.

“For three years, she experienced first-hand the outpouring of the Holy Spirit through powerful miracles, signs and wonders. Lydia and Nathan Marrow and their son, Malachi, live in Central Florida serving Shake the Nations Ministries, preaching and leading worship across the United States and around the world. Lydia’s passion is to see lives changed by the truth of God’s word and the reality of His presence,” said Matt. 

All are welcome to attend the meeting, hosted by Radical Church, which will be held on Sunday May 13, 3pm start at St Francis Church, Rider Haggard Road, Norwich, NR7 9UQ.

Pictured above is Lydia Marrow.
 

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