Isaac Wardell

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Isaac Wardell
Birth name Isaac Wardell
Born (1980-05-30) 30 May 1980 (age 34)
San Francisco, USA
Genres Classical, Religious Music
Occupations Composer, Producer, Theologian
Years active 2008–present
Labels Sounds Familyre Records (USA)
Associated acts Bifrost Arts, Welcome Wagon,
Website Bifrostarts.com

Isaac Wardell is a Presbyterian worship leader, teacher, and composer who primarily writes sacred music. He is the director of Bifrost Arts[1] and is currently the Worship Director of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Charlottesville, Virginia. In 2011, Relevant Magazine named him one of North America's "foremost leaders in modern worship music." He is a graduate of Covenant College.[2]

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Wardell founded Bifrost Arts in 2008 "to enrich the Church and engage the world with beauty and truth through music beautiful enough that non-Christians are attracted to it."[3] Since 2008, he has become a prominent speaker on the subject of worship and music, teaching and leading worship alongside Louie Giglio, David Crowder, Francis Chan, and Rob Bell, among others.[4]

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