S.O.A.R Kochi – The Aftermath

At the Outcast office, we were watching S.O.A.R Kochi online and we were so moved by what God was doing we wanted to know more and also share the vision with all of you.

We also wished that we could be there in person but nevertheless, we felt God did something significant in that land and also in our hearts.

S.O.A.R. (Sound of an Army Rising) is a movement toward igniting the hearts of worshippers worldwide to release their Sound and take over the Land for Jesus.

The Book of Revelation talks about the glorious, non-stop worship resounding in Heaven.

In Leviticus, we see God’s desire to keep the fire on the altar burning night and day as He instructs the priests to be vigilant in doing so. The priests were to carry the presence of the Lord, minister to Him and bless His name.

God has laid upon the hearts of the leaders of Face2Face Foundation to raise up an army of royal priests in this land who would keep the flame of worship alive in their hearts; who would be carriers of God’s mighty presence and would minister unto Him.

Their prayer is that the body of believers in this nation will all come together to worship our Lord Jesus Christ in one accord and be a part of this movement.

We asked a few people to share their experience at S.O.A.R with us and here is what they had to say…

Ps. Danny Joash:

SOAR has been an amazing experience for all of us at Petra. I felt that God has released so much over this city, over the land of Kerala.

Just like Ray cha and the team had a vision about re-digging the wells I believe that it clearly has happened.

A new culture of worship was exposed to Kerala.

A lot of people witnessed a selfless, Jesus centred worship. It was just completely about Jesus.

The presence of God was so full and powerful in the room, many people were touched and delivered, some dedicated their lives, and some re-dedicated their lives to ministry. It was just amazing!

SOAR was a huge blessing to all of us.

Kerala has a legacy of strong worship culture that has deteriorated over the last years and I believe that God used SOAR to restore the worship legacy that Kerala holds. And finally, I felt that God was releasing spiritual blessings over the whole nation of India.

Abigail Marsh:

As a foreigner coming to Kerala for the first time I wasn’t sure what to expect. I had heard a lot about how traditional people were. I wondered how a team of 50 F2f members would fit in and how God would be able to move…

Oh, how he moved!!! We watched as He restored what the enemy had stolen. The first moment I saw only Malayalis flagging, 10 of them at the same time, I was moved to tears!

Seeing freedom in people who have been held down all their lives was amazing.

I felt blessed and honoured to be able to watch Him move yet again. He is faithful and never fails to surprise us.

I feel like as a F2f we are privileged to get to pray for a place as we prepare for a SOAR and then wait for God to surprise us! There are several moments when I just look around me and smile in awe of what God is doing

Justin Xavier:

Being at Soar Kochi made me realize how mindful God is of every land and every people. Just looking at people worshipping and longing for more of Jesus and never wanting to leave the room just left me in awe.

It wasn’t just a worship event, it is a movement and a movement that is gonna lead this land to revival.


Like there is clearly so much that happened and I have waited for 3 years for this SOAR to happen because I wanted to see things change.

It was more beautiful than I expected, it was so Intense. This time I could just sit and receive.

There were so many people who didn’t know Malayalam but I saw them being ministered. I saw very clearly God’s glory and love hovering over the land and this time people couldn’t ignore it.

Apparently, our bond within the team and with the people of Kochi just became so beautiful.

God is building His family!


Kochi SOAR has constantly helped me to be a lover of Jesus every moment. It was new and refreshing to my soul. The power of the name of Jesus was heard in the unhealed parts of my life.

I know that I am not alone even though the world may fall. I have been in deep intimacy with Jesus where I could see HIS face and touch HIS heart.

There is nothing else I would pursue than HIS holy presence.

After hearing these experiences and testimonies we so want a S.O.A.R right here in Hyderabad. What a joy it would be to the Father to see his children come together and worship him in spirit and in truth; undivided by denominations, culture, theology, mindsets.. just worship God as one body; Wow! What an honour!

If you wish to have a S.O.A.R in your city, reach out to Face to Face Foundation on Instagram.


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Setfree ShopX

We have been loving the merch by Setfree ShopX and we couldn’t stop ourselves from commending their work.

Set Free Shop X is a kingdom-minded business with a mission to encourage people to share the Love of God, build community and support missions.

They seek to innovate products that would encourage and equip people in their local communities to share the love of God.


We asked Cross Rajan the following question and this is what he had to say.

Why do we need merch in ministry?

Rajan: Similar apparel and goodies strengthen the bond you have with your community.

It is also a Physical reminder of what we have in common: “Jesus”

We are also equipping the community with a tool to strike a conversation about Jesus.

And finally, we are building culture and values within the community.

Christian goodies don’t have to be just t-shirts & calendars anymore.

Setfree ShopX has been collaborating with ministries and Christian artists/organisations as a merchandise partner.

Recently they released the HM brand in collaboration with Hannah Matthews and we not just loved the merchandise but also the whole idea of collaborating with artists and starting a brand after their name.

They sell t-shirts, mugs, and other branded gear.

They partner with you to create an exclusive online shop with products of your choice for purchase.

You no more have to worry about setting up and maintaining your own store or paying upfront for inventory.

They take care of the heavy lifting, so you don’t have to!

They are open to collaborating with Christian artists & Churches who wish to support our vision of sharing the Gospel through Merch.

Why partner with Setfree ShopX?

  • No minimum order quantity
  • Hassle-free order fulfilment
  • Free Customer support
  • Monthly report
  • Free online store setup and maintenance
  • Design and product consultation
  • Regular product innovation and updates •
  • 5% profit goes to supporting a mission or a missionary

These guys are making a tremendous difference in the community!

Go ahead and support them!

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It’s His breath in our lungs!

Our Social media pages have been flooded with posts about the new song ‘Mahonnathan Neeye’ Ft. Immanuel Henry, Jessica Johnson, and Shabin T. This song is the Malayalam translation of the song “Great are you, Lord.”

Our team had to go give it a listen even though a few of us do not know a word in Malayalam.

And to our surprise, we just got hooked on this song.

Everything about the song was wonderful!

From the beautiful voices of the artists to the sound released by the skilful musicians, from the set to the quality of production, everything was absolutely beautiful.

Most importantly the way the artists hosted the presence of God is something we just can’t stop talking about.

We had a conversation with Immanuel Henry, Jessica Johnson, and Shabin T and we were just waiting to share their heart for this song with you.

Here’s what they had to say….

Q. How was your whole experience shooting this song? Share with us one memorable moment.

Shabin: I had a great time during the shoot. It was an honour to meet all the artists and get to know them on a personal level. Really wanna appreciate the effort of the entire team to make it look good. One of the cool things in the shoot for me was making new friends and the overall experience of being a part of Nations of Worship.

Q. What is your favourite line in the song and why?

Jessica: My favourite line in the song is “Asthikal Paadum”, which means the “bones will sing”.

I get goosebumps every time I sing that part.

I feel that speaks to the dead situations in our lives.

I believe that when people are listening to this song, bones will come to life, situations will turn around and we will sing because we serve a great God!

Q. How has this song ministered to you on a personal level?

Immanuel: What inspires me is the very chorus of the song.

“It’s your breath in our lungs,

So we pour out your praise”

“Nin shwaasam en nenjil

Ennum njan paadume sthuthikal ninakkai”

It’s the fact that it all starts and comes from His breath of life.

We live because he gave us life.

And whenever we sing His praises, it arises from His very breath that’s within us.

This is such an amazing thought as every word we utter is worthy of what God has given.

And we asked all the artists one common question.

Q. What are you believing for the community by the release of this song?

Jessica: I really believe that chains will be broken! We serve such a powerful God.

Like the song says, it’s his breath in our lungs!

What if we actually realized that every time we breathe in and breathe out? I think we would live life differently.

I also believe that the community will live each moment knowing that we worship such an awesome God and that there is nothing else and no one else that even comes close to his greatness!

Shabin: I’m believing that through this song people would encounter God in a special way. There are so many reasons to praise God and if you’re alive and breathing today it’s a big reason, not to mention all the fabulous things God does in our lives. He’s worthy of our praise and we should not be quiet but join with all creation to worship Him.

Immanuel: The NOW team has done a fantastic job in delivering the Malayalam version of ‘Great are You Lord’ in such excellence. I think the awareness of God’s greatness is the spark from which a person starts to worship Him. And I believe this song will minister to more people out there, especially the Malayalam speaking population, inspiring them of the greatness of this powerfully gracious God.

If you haven’t heard this song yet, just click below and hear it right away!


After watching the trailer we just can’t wait for the release of the song “Chase,” written by Rajashekar. Please go ahead and see the promo below to know what we are talking about.

We had a conversation with Raj and asked him a few questions about the song and here’s what he had to say…

1. How was the whole experience of writing and shooting this song?

A. Let’s talk about writing first, it took a long time for me to complete the whole thing, almost 4 years now. I started with the chorus back in early 2018, the hook was catchy and a genuinely silly question to understand what it means to be loved. During one of my worship sets at Face2Face Foundation (Bangalore), I spontaneously wrote the bridge part of the song. And since then I’ve been singing the chorus and the bridge wherever I’ve gone and led. It was a fun song to play with the whole band and the people loved it. Many of them came to me and asked where they found the song and how they were impacted by the lyrics as it resonated with their hearts. I’ve sat multiple times to finish the verses but never really could till last October. My close friends have pushed me to finish it and just put it out. So I sat with Poline Ivy and Nickson Goves, shared the idea and the heart behind what I wanted for the verses and they helped me figure it out. A week later we were in the studio recording the acoustic version with John Israel who’s an amazing music producer and took the song to the next level. We rented a studio, tracked guitars and then the vocals. It was a sacred experience and to be honest a tough one because I had a cold and didn’t know if I’d be able to sing but we got it done and had a lot of fun recording.

Being a music video director myself I had way too many ideas and plans but I wanted to keep it simple. Unfortunately because of the pandemic, I couldn’t get what we wanted. However, with the help of my friends Nathan D’cuotho, Nihal Justin Xavier and Rohit Guntur, I was able to record a few takes. Most of the takes a very steady tripod shot. It was a big step for me to go from behind the camera to be right in front of it. I still prefer being in the background.


2. What are you believing for the community through the release of this song?

A: Nothing but to simply find joy and identity amid chaos. To know that you are loved. Often we succumb to pressures and don’t know what love means and life too. We tend to forget who we are and how much we’re loved not just by people but also by the one who made us in His Image. It’s that one person that has loved me so much that He left everything and was nailed on the cross for all my sins and then beat the grave to find me in His arms — Jesus. Now that makes me want to sing how much I’m loved and the fact that I matter to the Master of the Universe is simply amazing! Then the Chase begins, pursuing the truth and the greater call of our lives. To Love, to be loved and become Beloved.

3. Do you have something to say to all the upcoming artists who want to put their music out there?

A: A lot! I’ve got a lot to say but I just simply want to encourage you to put your art out there, even if you find it silly, ugly and unfinished. Just get it out! Because you will never really know the impact it will have in peoples’ lives until you put it out there for them to listen/see/consume.

Being a perfectionist, I wanted to do so much and I know I couldn’t so I took this as a challenge to not care too much about the output. I wasted a lot of time caring to have a fully produced song with fancy music video, lighting and sets. Instead, I’m going with a simple acoustic version with a grungy white wall and me grooving to the song. I’m okay to be an outcast and do things differently.

Like my favourite rapper, Lecrae says, “All you need is all you got.”

I don’t have a ton of money but I’ve got a little creativity in me and I’mma use it. I got time, I’ve got ideas, and I’m surrounded by blessed and super cool friends. I’mma reach out to them and take their help!

Look around, you’ve got everything you need. JUST DO IT!

Putting my song out in the raw form and hearing the stories of people has pushed me to just get it and it’s finally coming out on 28th April!


Now that was one inspiring conversation.

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He died so we can live.

Snehathin Ninam

This latest Malayalam release by Livejam has been on repeat on our playlist.

This song is the Malayalam translation of the song “O the blood” by Kari Jobe.

It talks about the victory we have through the blood of Jesus.

It’s a reminder to live forgiven, live loved, live abundant lives because His blood sets us free.

We loved the production of this song too, it’s so clean and neatly done and if you haven’t given it a watch now’s your chance to do so.

We had a conversation with the artists Sheenu and Immanuel Henry and now you get a chance to dive into the heart of this song.

We asked Immanuel to share with us His favourite line in the song and here’s what he said.

“My favourite lines in the song are

Nin sneham Mahal sneham

Nisseemam kripa

En paapathilum nin pon ninam

Nee chinthiyen perkkai

This reminds me of Romans. 3:23,24.

“For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, 24 and all are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus.

Whenever I go through this passage in the bible I’m still in awe of God’s grace on mankind.

For us humans, we cannot simply love a person who will turn to the same dirt over and over again.

On the other hand, God is so full of love and grace that He still stands at the gate waiting for us no matter how pathetic our situation may be.

His love is just unconditional that He thought of saving me while I was in sin.”

We asked Sheenu the same question and here’s what she had to say.

“My favourite lines in the song are

Enthu thyaagame enne nedeedaan

Aa ninam athente vijayam.

It talks about how the blood of Jesus saved our lives and how it brings us to victory.

I am reminded of this verse Hebrews: 10:19.

Therefore, brothers and sisters, since we have the confidence to enter the Most Holy Place by the blood of Jesus.”

We don’t have to sacrifice anymore to enter into his presence, but we can walk freely into His presence anywhere and at any time.

What a privilege!

Sheenu also shared with us the fun side of working on this song. She says..

“The whole recording for this song was fun. The lyrics of this song were not simple at all it was like the KJV version of Malayalam, and I had to try my level best to pronounce the words right. I was so afraid to mess it up but thanks to Immanuel Henry for helping me out with the pronunciations. As much as it was a struggle I also thought it was quite a fun experience.

We just celebrated Good Friday and Easter and this song was such a timely reminder of what Jesus did for us on the cross.

We live because he died for us.

We live because He lives.

We don’t just survive we thrive cos Jesus lives.

Go watch this song now!

Watch the interview here:


Here’s why you should be following Crosswave’s conversation on Child Sexual Abuse ….

Imagine a society afflicted by a scourge which struck down a quarter of its daughters and up to one in eight of its sons.

Imagine also that this plague, while not immediately fatal, lurked in the bodies and minds of these young children for decades, making them up to sixteen times more likely to experience its disastrous long-term effects.

Finally, imagine the nature of these effects: life-threatening starvation, suicide, persistent nightmares, drug and alcohol abuse and a whole host of intractable psychiatric disorders requiring life-long treatment.”

Dr William Glaser, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychiatry, University of Melbourne

Sexual abuse not only affects a person physically but also emotionally and socially.

Their confidence, dignity, and sexuality seems violated.

While a child may not fully understand what is going on, sexual abuse does have an impact on their growth and development.

According to United Nations International Children Education Fund study, it was reported that Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) in Indian girls was 42%.

A Government of India, Ministry of Women and Child Development (MWCD) study which interviewed 125,000 children in 13 Indian states revealed that the prevalence of all forms of child abuse is extremely high (physical abuse [66%], sexual abuse [50%], and emotional abuse [50%]).

This major state-sponsored survey in India reported the prevalence of CSA as 53%.

Boys were equally affected and more than 20% were subjected to severe forms of sexual abuse that included: sexual assault, making the child fondle private parts, making the child exhibit private body parts, and being photographed in the nude.

In both the major surveys, the majority of the abusers were people known to the child or in a position of trust and responsibility.

Several reports indicate that neighbours, friends, close relatives, and acquaintances, and employers at workplaces are the most common abusers. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8445113/)

Crosswave (Instagram handle: @crosswave)

has been talking about this issue and bringing these shocking stats into the light.

We spoke to the staff and cross wave and asked them why did they choose to talk about Child Sexual Abuse and here’s what they had to say

“Last year, when we were brainstorming ideas for topics, we thought that we could do something along the lines of abuse.

Later that year, we had a bunch of strategy meetings for what we wanted to do in 2022 and there we decided to make abuse one out of the five topics that we wanted to particularly focus on.

We had also approached Pranitha akka by then and while talking to her, we began to think that we could focus on people who have been through child sexual abuse as our primary audience.

The reason was because of the magnitude of children who have been abused.”

If you, or someone close to you, have been suffering from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse, we encourage you to seek help.

And all the elders out there pay close attention to anyone forming a relationship with your child or children you know, if you see any signs of abuse make sure you seek help immediately.

CHANGA – A reminder of God our Healer.

This new release by Jaago music is a must listen, it features Allen Ganta, Prakruthi Angelina, Sheldon Bangera and Narsinga Bobbili.

Sheldon answers a few questions we asked him and also shares with us the heart behind the song “Changa.”

1. What’s your favourite line in the song Changa?

I have two favourite lines actually.

Tere kode khaane se, mili changayi (Isa 53:3) and haalat har vachan say badloon (Mark 11:23) We are able to use the word of our mouth and prayer to move mountains and thereby change every situation.

As followers of Jesus whenever we encounter difficult situations, we tend to speak negatively instead of speaking about life and healing. But the real power is in our tongue (Pro 18:21) even if it takes time for our healing to manifest, we must press on towards it.

2. What was your thought process behind writing this song?

I was down with COVID complications last year and one night, I began to hear these lines come very strongly to me. It was a direct download from heaven and felt like the presence of the Lord came into my room. I was struggling with physical, mental and emotional health and I felt like the Lord’s healing power was coming into my situation. I wanted to write this song to minister to people in hospitals and across the world. I felt like this song when sung in repeats has tremendous power to make that healing confession stronger and make it manifest in our lives. Praying that many more be healed and set free through CHANGA!

3. What are you believing for the church with the release of this song?

I believe that God has used healing as a powerful tool to advance the great commission. That’s why the gospels are filled with Jesus healing so many. Even the old testament has a ton of healing stories. So when the church sings this song, more healing will manifest and more people will experience true freedom from mental, physical, emotional, abuse-related issues and more folks will experience the power of God in their lives. Many theologians would want this to happen another way, many lightly esteem the healing power of God. I also used to do the same out of my hyper intellectualism but frankly, if Jesus healed out of compassion and chose to heal to touch lives, I believe we are to follow that model and bring healing to this broken world. My prayer is that the church should not despise healing, the church shouldn’t market and milk healing but simply move into healing out of compassion and when people experience the power of God touching lives.

4. Tell us something we do not know about the “Together” project.

The TOGETHER project was birthed out of our downtime and brokenness. It was not a great season post-COVID and tons of other enemy attacks. But that’s when folks can gather together and strengthen one another. The FOLJ church and us at Jaago over one random afternoon conversation felt the need to stand TOGETHER in prayer and worship even as I was in tears over the phone call and totally broken. We just declared it by faith and we had friends come alongside from every walk of life – financial supporters and friends, media, tech, travel, administration, hospitality, worship leaders, churches, musicians, producers and many others and this project suddenly came TOGETHER. It has been a total move of God. I don’t think I can explain it in human terms. We stand TOGETHER and are grateful for each and every friend from over the ages, partner, musician, well-wisher, church, love of Jesus standing TOGETHER!

If you’re in a hard season and want to experience God’s healing presence and peace, then go right ahead and listen to this song. It sure is going to touch your heart and life.


The Internship Experience:

We’ve spoken to the interns, ex-interns and the staff of this uber-cool organisation called LiveJam and here’s what they have to say.

So we asked the staff,

“What do y’all do at the LiveJam internship?”

In one phrase: influencing the influencers!!

We believe that when you sow the seed of greatness, leadership and above all Urban Missions at an early stage, you’re setting up the youth to influence thousands more in their lifetime!

The internship is meant for students who are in the first / second year of college. The aim of the internship is to nurture, mentor and train the interns in Urban Missions with a focus on personal spiritual growth and sharing the Gospel in a creative and relevant manner to youth between 14-25 years.

And then we asked the intern lead, Jonathan Paul

“What does the whole LiveJam experience look like?”

The LiveJam Internship program focuses on disciplining and mentoring young lives to be kingdom minded and look at the bigger picture.

They are trained in various key areas which will help them understand their ministry and to feel equipped to endeavour missions with their local and regional churches.

Collaboration and Critical thinking is best developed with a team that is being constantly challenged professionally with constant support from those who have been in their shoes.

Interns learn communication and network with leaders from across the country to build a perspective with which they see every believer and church as the Body of Christ.

The best thing is that age does not determine how much you can do, all you need is one crazy idea, the faith to know that God will provide and the LJ DNA in your system. LiveJam is the bridge that connects the Church with the world and we don’t just talk about it, we will ALWAYS get it done.

And then we spoke to a few interns and this is what they had to say:

Florence Stuti Paul:

Since July 2021 I have grown in character and skills that set me apart. The internship has helped me to be bolder and courageous in sharing the Gospel with my peers, be it sharing a Gospel quote on socials or having a conversation.

Soniya Vinod John says:

The internship at Live Jam has been a great ride for me personally. As an introvert myself, I saw the opportunity at Live Jam as a breakthrough for me to come out of my shell. The internship has accelerated my creativity in content creation as well as meeting management.

Maresha Rahul Barve says:

The LiveJam internship has been a blessing to me in numerous ways. It has increased my productivity quotient in the last year. To be introduced and connected to so many people of influence in different cities was one of the highlights of it all. I got to work with like-minded people and happened to build a relationship beyond just professionalism.

David Michael says:

The internship has been very advantageous for me. It has expanded and stretched my overall creativity and outlook. Engaging myself in tasks concerning memes, reels and posts have developed a sense of creativity. It helped me to formulate relatable content w.r.t to hope, courage, life and God’s Love for Gen-Z youth.

We have come to the last question,

“What opportunities do interns have once they’ve completed the internship?”

The staff said,

“The Interns have an opportunity to continue their college- internship with LiveJam for another 1-2 years based on their performance and also be part of some exclusive and key LiveJam initiatives. As a bonus they can get an opportunity to come on board as a full staff LiveJam member. In the process, there is also an opportunity to become City Catalysts in their cities.

With a host of upskilling that takes place in fields like social media management, online and offline events, content creation , marketing and communications, project management and design, etc., at the age of 18/19 years, the doors to far more diverse areas in the marketplace are also opened!”

Looking for a life-changing internship?

LiveJam is one place you should be applying at.

We are grateful for their ministry and the impact they’ve been making across the world.

Visit: https://www.livejam.org

Follow them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livejam/

Revolutionising the online world.

We believe that God can use even a picture or a video to touch someone’s heart.

Here are a few production companies that have been changing the world with their content and skill.

They are creative and imaginative in their approach. They take fresh ideas combine it with a proven process and make life-changing content.

Whatever they create, they do it stunningly.

1. Rex Media – They believe in collaboration, excellence and sharing God’s love through music. They Collaborate with artists all over the world to bring you the best Audio and Visual Experience right at your fingertips.

Check out their work on:

YouTube – https://youtube.com/c/RexMediaHouse

Instagram – @rexmediahouse

2. Red Sea Films – Their vision is to produce content with the highest possible quality as they believe that God deserves the best.

Check out their work on:

YouTube – https://youtube.com/c/RedSeaFilms

Instagram – @redseafilms

3. Shutter Groove – They believe in Creating, Serving and Giving. With a young and dynamic team, they are always on the lookout for fresh and creative concepts and how to integrate them into the content they produce.

Check out their work on:

YouTube – https://youtube.com/c/ShutterGrooveProductions

Instagram – @shuttergrooveproductions

4. Big G media – They are all about people. They believe that every human has a story and a gift deep within them and their passion is to draw those out and share them with the world to inspire others to dream and be all that they can.

Check out their work on:

YouTube – https://youtube.com/c/BigGMedia

Instagram – @biggmedia

5. 1516 productions – They love trying out new things and in whatever they do they want the world to know that they are loved by the Father. They strive to bring passion and excellence to every project they do.

Check out their work on:

Instagram – @1516production

Wondering what Next?

Wondering what to do in the next season?

If you have a heart for ministry and want to make a difference in the community, here are a few Christian internships that you can be a part of.

Each of these internships provides you with a valuable experience.

Here’s where you get to grow in the word and skill, strengthen your faith and build friendships for life.

Worship Internship (Delhi and Bangalore):

From the Month of May to August’2022, we have a “Worship Internship,” by Face2Face Foundation happening in two cities; Delhi and Bangalore.

This is a 4 monthly internship happening in person at Face2Face Foundation in both cities.

This internship is for everyone whose heart’s desire is to know God.

Worship Internship is not just about music, it’s about worship!

It is about imparting and teaching what we have received to minister unto the audience of one – God.

Reach out to them on their Instagram page @worshipinternship.

Jaago College:

Jaago College was born out of a deep desire to see young people full of potential being mentored and equipped to fulfil their God-given destiny.

Their heart is to raise young champions who will assume their identity as kings, prophets, and priests as they minister to build the Kingdom of God.

The. physical Bootcamps are coming up in June 2022.

They would be covering 4 modules – Vocals, Songwriting, Music Production and Video Production.

The Bootcamps will train and help raise the cream of Indian creatives to fuel the creative revolution and worship ministry in India.

Dates: June 1st to 30th

Age group: 18 to 35

Venue: Jaago College Lucknow

Visit them on Instagram: @jaagocollege

Outcast Academy:

Looking for an ideal place to master your skills in the online media world?

At Outcast Academy you will be trained to build media infrastructure through creative consulting, concept development, branding and marketing strategies, all happening in a faith-based learning environment. 

The course happens in Hyderabad and is for three months.

It begins on September 5th 2022 and ends on November 30th 2022.

Here you will make long-lasting connections in a close-knit community and you will be supported by world-class faculty.

Sign up now

Instagram: @outcast.in