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Kristian Stanfill

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Behold The Lamb – Passion Music ft. Kristian Stanfill



6 Oct 2021

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Kristian Stanfill (Passion) & Charlie Hall (Passion, Frontline Church OKC)

Worship Together

Continuing our summer series with artists interviewing one of their mentors, this week Kristian Stanfill (Passion) interviews Charlie Hall (Passion, Frontline Church OKC) on leading worship in the early days of Passion, writing songs for the church, developing leaders for the future, and reminiscing on God’s faithfulness through his life. 


30 Jun 2020

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Ep. 03: King of Glory (ft. Kristian Stanfill) - Passion


In this episode, we discuss an interesting songwriting technique that songwriters use to differentiate between sections of a song, explain our fascination with the electric guitars in this song, and give King David a shoutout.


25 Jun 2020

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Episode 077 - Adoption, Coaching. and Part 2 with Kristian Stanfill

Worship Leader Probs

We be back! Welcome back to an all new episode of The Worship Leader Probs Podcast. In this episode, Jeremy shares the story of adopting a son, Brian catches us up on the WLP Coaching Network, and finish off with part 2 with Kristian Stanfill. They also read through prayer concerns and talk about life in the Covid era. This episode slaps and is a bop!


28 Apr 2020

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Episode 076 - Publish Don't Polish, Best Prayer Concern Yet, and Part 1 Kristian Stanfill

Worship Leader Probs

Anyone else ready to get back to normal? We are too! Welcome to Episode 76...A little bit of normal in an abnormal season. In this episode, the guys chat about free online coaching, read through prayer concerns and have part 1 with their interview of Kristian Stanfill from Passion.


21 Apr 2020

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Kristian Stanfill

Overflow: Beyond The Music

As part of the Passion movement, Kristian Stanfill has offered his voice through some of the most recognizable worship anthems of the past 15 years. In this episode of Beyond the Music, he tells the story of how his own ministry, craft, and personal faith have been shaped over the years.Music:- Roar by Passion: https://passionmusic.lnk.to/roarIN- "Holy (Song of the Ages)" by The Belonging Co: https://thebelongingco.lnk.to/holyIB- Run to You EP by Caves: https://ffm.to/runtoyou.oweFollow Passion:- Website: http://passionmusic.com/- Instagram: instagram.com/passionmusic- Twitter: twitter.com/passionmusic- Facebook: facebook.com/passion268music Follow Beyond The Music:- Instagram: http://bit.ly/ofbtminstagram- Twitter: http://bit.ly/ofbtmtwitter See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


15 Apr 2020

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On the Road with Passion’s Kristian Stanfill

On the Road

How does faith shape the way we live in our culture, communities, and the public square? It's the question we tackle each week On The Road, and – along the way – discover stories of courage, inspiration and hope!


20 Mar 2020

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A Way With Words | Interview with Kristian Stanfill


Find out what new words are appearing for 2020 by following along with Rachel as she takes the annual C-Pop's Dictionary Word Quiz. Then don't miss part two as Taylor interviews Christian music artist Kristian Stanfill.


9 Mar 2020

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#296: "Always" by Kristian Stanfill

More Than a Song - Discovering the Truth of Scripture Hidden in Today's Popular Christian Music

What if I could train myself to stop focusing on my circumstances rather than the Lord? Kristian Stanfill's song "Always" reminds us of the greatness of our God as compared to the trouble that may surround us. David's Psalm 3 offers this same option. Let's explore it together. On this episode I discuss: Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture - this week's Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include: Writing in your Bible Annotating Making observations Making a list Consult and outside resource Listen/Read in a variety of translations Share with a friend! Following the cross references How the first verse of the song leads us to the first verse of Psalm 3 Copying and pasting the Psalm into a word processing document in order to print out and annotate Annotating - marking up a text to indicate places of importance or something you don't understand, thereby increasing deeper understanding Bracketing the Psalm Psalm 3:1-2 - Looking at circumstances Psalm 3:3-4 - Refocusing on God Psalm 3:5-6 - Resulting in rest and peace Psalm 3:7 - A request Psalm 3:8 - A declaration Following the cross reference to 2 Samuel 13-18 to read about David and Absalom - the inspiration for David to write this psalm in the first place Additional Resources The story behind the song "Always" by Kristian Stanfill - New Release Today Article Lyrics - KLove Chords and lyrics - Worship Together This Week's Challenge Read Psalm 3 for yourself. Make your own observations and identify your own patterns in this song of lament. David offers us an example of sincere faith we can follow in the midst of troubling times. Let this Psalm change your prayers and remind you of the rest and peace offered by our Deliverer.


4 Nov 2019

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Interview with Kristian Stanfill (Passion)

Worship Online Podcast

In Episode 69 we are joined by none other than Kristian Stanfill! Kristian Stanfill is currently the worship pastor at Passion City Church, and along with Brett Younker and Melodie Malone, leads the way as Passion Music. Passion is well known for the many songs for the church including Glorious Day, Lord I Need You & God, You’re So Good. Follow You Anywhere is their latest album of worship songs for the church.   Today is an exciting episode as we talk about what it takes to be a great worship leader & songwriter through times of adversity. Churches aren’t perfect because people aren't perfect, but there is so much power in commitment. In this episode, we talk about the importance of staying rooted through difficult seasons, and despite what we feel, showing up anyway. Don't miss this episode!   --- If you like what you hear, please leave us a review! Also, feel free to shoot us an e-mail at podcast@worshiponline.com & tell us how we can better serve you and your church through this podcast.  Don’t forget to sign up for your FREE 2-week subscription to Worship Online at worshiponline.com/podcast! The Worship Online Podcast is produced by Worship Online in Nashville, TN. 


18 Apr 2019