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The video was taken in Nashville were he and 60 others were for the weeklong Worship Leader Institute, which trains a capella worship ministers in everything from how to organize singers to microphone techniques.
And, yes, the Chick-fil-A manager is cool with it. The chain is known for its pro-Christian beliefs and commitment to the Bible. After all, it is 60 professional singers paying to give a show to other customers.
One group started the song, “Every Praise” by Hezekiah Walker, and then other groups planted in the crowd popped up on certain lines.
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Armstead said he’s been recording these gospel flash mobs at the store since 2016 and never gotten a response like this online.
When asked why he thought this one resonated so much, he said: “This song ... has so much appeal across a lot of cultural context and worship styles.”
He said the diversity of folks in the video helped; those attending the conference were from not only America but Australia, South Africa, Brazil, Guatemala, the United Kingdom and Canada.
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