Worship ambassador, senior pastor and humble psalmist, William McDowell, is back with his 5th and foremost worship album to date – Sounds Of Revival II – a melodic, hermeneutic string of songs & spirit overflowing in the natural and supernatural.
McDowell has emerged as Moses in the modern era, a reluctant leader in the domain of divinity, ushering saints into a more intimate encounter with God. His songs have become textbook hymns for tabernacles of worship around the world. Still, William understands his role as the modest, soft-spoken servant, withholding nothing, surrendering everything to Him.
It’s evident in his assignment as pastor of Deeper Fellowship Church, it’s quite clear in his role as husband and father to 4 children and it’s unmistakably obvious in his reverent, Master-serving music. It was also apparent in a recent exclusive William McDowell gave BlackGospel.com, as he expounded on the purpose of worship music in the modern era.
Christopher Heron: Last time we spoke, you mentioned that Sounds of Revival was birthed out of private moments with God. Is Sounds of Revival II more of those intimate worship experiences captured in recording?
William McDowell: Absolutely. There are two things that are significant in Sounds of Revival II. One, is the birthing of new songs. The second is that when we recorded Sounds of Revival what you heard was only half of the night. We were heading somewhere. So a lot of what you’re hearing on this album is the rest of the night.