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Phillip Wall | New Worship Director

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Phillip Wall began his position as Integrity's Worship Director on New Years Eve, 2017. We sent him several questions to answer that should help everyone get to know him better. Here are his replies.

Tell us about your family
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Phillip, Judianne, Ben (14) and Avery (12). Phillip is from Wilson and Judianne is originally from Long Island NY. We met in High school and married after college. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve the Lord and the people of Integrity Church. We pray that many would come to know Christ as the people of Integrity Church gain a deeper desire to worship the savior and live out the Gospel in Greenville.

How did you come to know Christ?

As a young child, my parents took me to church any time the doors were open, for which I am grateful. I came to know Christ at a young age after hearing the gospel through the lessons I heard in Sunday school and realizing my need for forgiveness of my sin and hope in Christ.

What are you most excited about leading worship at Integrity?

I’m excited to sing with the people of Integrity! There is great joy in worshiping with the people of God. I’m also excited for the opportunity to work along side a great worship team and see how God will build the worship ministry here at Integrity Church. 

Who is your favorite musician? Why?

I love Blues music. B.B. King has always been one of my favorite guitarists and blues musicians. And I’m fortunate that I was able to see him play before he passed away. The list could go on and on though! I love all types of music.

Two Truths and a Lie.

I’m one of 6 children and the youngest! I’ve hiked to the top of Mt. Everest. My cousin was dunked on by Michael Jordan in a basketball game. 

Is there anything else you want us to know?

I love coffee and anything sweet!

Why We Love One-to-One Bible Reading

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Discipleship Happens in Community

 At Integrity Church, we believe that discipleship happens in community. Throughout the year we see community happen through our Small Groups. In the summer, however, Small Groups take a short break, but this doesn't mean that we need to take a break from community. One way that community can still happen is through believers meeting to read through Scripture together. 

How to Read Scripture Together

Sometimes approaching a biblical text with another person is intimidating. What is the right way to study? What book should start with? How do we know we understand the passage correctly?

Thankfully, there are great resources out there like One-to-One Bible Reading that are designed to help people study Scripture together. 

One-to-One Bible Reading is a short, easy to read, walk through of how to take Scripture and read it with another person. You don't have to be a Bible scholar or a believer for a long time to understand it or quickly apply it. 

To get copy of this great resource, purchase one at the low cost of $5 in our lobby. You can also take a FREE online course in how to best apply some of the principles in this book. Every believer should study Scripture, and every believer should be in community. Why not put the two together?

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