concerts are special. They are best described
as intimate sharing experiences between artist and audience
in which they laugh, sing, worship and hear from the heart
of God . . . together.
first part of every concert Daniel establishes a rapport with
his audience through his music and his sense of humor.
Daniel then directs the concert into a time of worship encouraging
everyone to enter in, (with the aid of overhead transparencies
or powerpoint presentations), singing from the heart.
Utilizing songs from Hillsong, Passion and worship songs Daniel
has written, the greatest part of any concert is devoted to
worship. One of the main objectives of every concert
is for all present to experience the manifest presence of
God. The final moments of every concert are devoted
to sharing songs that will communicate a message that will
draw any unbelievers to the cross and impact the lives of
songs, many of which heís composed, are enhanced by his acoustic
guitar artistry, digital backup and his rich, flowing, tenor
voice. Some of his songs are from his CD, Song For The
Morning, and a yet to be recorded worship project entitled
concert, that incorporates the entire worship set, usually
lasts 2 hours with a short break. Shorter concerts can be
set up to fit into whatever time constraints you might have.
does not come to a church just to provide an evening of Christian
entertainment, but to communicate the overwhelming love, grace
and mercy of Jesus and how much He desires to enter into a
passionate realm of intimacy with every one of His people.
The objective of every concert is for the anointing to flow
through the music opening peoplesí hearts to truly worship
and sensitizing them to hear a word from the Spirit of God
that will change their lives.