If you did not have a chance to participate in our first full band concert of 2021 and first since the fall of 2019 please enjoy the music and the message from the "For the Joy Set Before Him" concert event.
As we consider the words of Jesus from the cross "My God, My God why have forsaken me?", we consider also the things that Jesus may have considered as he took on God's judgement for the sin of the world. Inspired by Lamentations chapter 3, Genesis 3 and Holy week, we hope this lyric video will be a meditation for all of us as we consider what Christ has done for us.
As we kick off into the 2021 Lenten season we are excited to share the new single "O Sinner" Hear My Voice". It's a paraphrase of a portions of Isaiah 55 and an encouragement to consider the power of God's word as he calls to the wounded sinner. The joy we have in his salvation. Huge thanks to Alex Bennett, Adam Westendorf, Marshall Holm and Bethany Lehman and my church family for helping breathe this song to life!
Mike Westendorf and Tim Babler will be part of a great night of music at one of Wisconsin's best Christian music venues! More to come! Make sure you get your early bird tickets to guarantee a seat for this show!
Reserved Seat (guaranteed)- $25, Early Bird Option - $6
After missing out last year, Mike and his band will be part of the annual Camp Phillip Family Fest again this year! We hope you can enjoy some outdoor music and fun with the family Father's day weekend!
"I will sing of the Lord's great love forever, with my mouth I will make your faithfulness known through all generations!" - Psalm 89:1-4
Helping Christians Serve their communities
Since 2006 Mike Westendorf and his team have helped churches and Christian organizations bring the peace, hope and joy of the Gospel to their communities through concerts, special worship services, musical bible studies and speaking engagements. We're passionate about helping you connect with your community, whether that's the family, your church or your neighborhood. How can we help you inspire your community with the hope of Jesus?