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findingBethel

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Sep
11
findingBethel @ Camp Jo-Ota

Clarence, Missouri, USA

Clarence, Missouri, USA

Aug
13
findingBethel @ Youth Gathering

Kirksville, Missouri, USA

Kirksville, Missouri, USA

Aug
11
findingBethel @ Revolution Church

Pittsburg, Kansas, USA

Pittsburg, Kansas, USA

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I just wanna thank you. You guys have changed me. You gave me that fire for Jesus and now I'm not gonna let it go out. The show that you gave at Judah was amazing and I think God has sparked change in our school through you guys.

God Bless,

Jake - Judah Christian High student


We are personally committed to working with findingBethel for many years to come. Not only are they talented and hard-working, but they bring with them a great sensitivity and a heart of service in any meeting, concert, conference, or venue where they perform. We have worked alongside findingBethel at our conferences and at high school assemblies across the nation. - Kris Palmer


"...YOU GUYS WERE GREAT!!!" - Christian Recording Artist


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Finding Bethel - EP

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Three college friends make up the modern worship band findingBethel. It is a simple life for these three family men, but it’s all part of what makes them great at what they do.

findingBethel serves both youth groups and festival crowds with a worship experience in a concert venue. Covering chart-topping worship with a piano-driven pop rock sound while also introducing original songs of faith, findingBethel provides seemless leadership for audiences from various backgrounds. Influenced by the live shows and missions of Delirious? and the David Crowder*Band, findingBethel has 8 years of experience playing together. findingBethel is Bible College trained, Festival tested, and Rock Star ready.

In 2007, this young band opened for Big Daddy Weave & Jars of Clay at the Crossover Music Festival in Camdenton, MO. Last year they were asked to serve as the festival house band, opening for the likes of KJ-52, John Waller, downhere, and Jeremy Camp. This year, they have been asked back once again to bring their experience in leading to a festival venue. While still performing at various locations around the country, they are currently writing their first full-length album of original anthems (due out late Fall of 2009) testing them every Sunday at Heartland Community Church where they lead worship together.