Jesus Loves Me – Chris Tomlin

Josh Pauley —  October 24, 2014

Every now and then, Worship Together has the opportunity to spend a day or so with a worship leader and capture some really incredible footage of them singing their songs in a more intimate setting. Recently we got to sit down with Chris Tomlin and take in this powerful version of Jesus Loves Me. Take 5 minutes out of your day to watch it! You won’t regret it.

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Josh joined the team at the beginning of 2013 and now manages all things digital for Worship Together, which includes running the website, overseeing all online content, and handling visual design. Prior to Worship Together he worked for a record label that includes artists such as Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, David Crowder, and Kristian Stanfill. Josh leads worship in Nashville, enjoys trying out specialty coffee brewing methods, and heads outdoors on the weekends to hike, mountain bike, or camp with his wife Kaylee and their dog, Tucker.

One response to Jesus Loves Me – Chris Tomlin

  1. Hi there. Blessings to you all who do the worship and music. I have a real concern that has bothered me for a great time. I believe that the music should take a back seat to the worship leader as it is very difficult to hear the words that you are singing most of the time as the music is too loud and overcomes the words that are beautiful if only one could hear them without looking at the overhead. It seems that for some reason you are all doing the same system. I would love to hear the words instead of the blasting music so loud that you can’t hear the words and really get into the deep meaning of the song. Thanks for listening and hopefully someone will let their voice overcome the music, which does NOT mean that they are trying to be better than the rest. It just lets people know what the heck they are saying. Tks and God’s Blessings on you all. Jackie