Greetings one and all. I’m new to the site and looking forward to getting involved.
My name is Graham, my artist name is Nagan. It’s a Hebrew worship word which means to beat put a rhythm and is used in Psalm 33:3. I love to play Dubstep, DnB, Hip Hop, anything with a broken beat and fat bassline.
I’ve been saved for 2 and a half years now and I’m loving my journey so far. God keeps opening up to me just how massive and awesome he is and how much he cares for me, although I sometimes struggle with accepting how God could love me as much as he does. Looking forward to doing some father heart learning in the near future to really start striding out in my identity.
So, I’m on Facebook under Nagan, Twitter under DJ_Nagan and on Mixcloud, too. I’m working on some stuff to post up so I’ll let you know as soon as I do. Meanwhile, give me a shout. Would be great to meet you guys.
Hey Nagan, Welcome to Godsdjs.
I’m James I hope you’re doing well
How did you come to know Jesus just under two years ago?
wow thats not long ago!
Are you interested in producing, djing, doing ministry with your music somehow?
Whats the idea behind “Father Heart” learning?
hope to get to know you man
Some of my family have been going to church for a while. But, I never really felt anything about it. One time, I came back home and my mum asked me to come to church (which wasn’t unusual). When I was there they did a call for people who wanted prayer. A voice in the back of my head said “you need to go for prayer”, but I dismissed it. One of the guys in the church came up to me, took me by the arm and said “you need prayer”. As soon as they started praying for me I felt something I’d never felt before, broke down in tears, experienced a peace I’d never known could exist.
Father heart teaching focuses on your identity as God’s child. The fact the God is not just a distant being waiting to judge you at the end but your heavenly father who loves you so much that he was willing to give up everything for you. He gave His divinity to come to Earth and, once here, gave up his life that we might have eternal life. That kind of truth is taking me a while to come to terms with.
As for EDM, I love to DJ. I am working on some turntablism stuff to incorporate into worship. Plus, I’m working on some sets I can play with the intention of worship. To e honest, I’d not thought about ministry, but I’d love to be able to use my love of break beats to reach out to people who might ordinarily be over-looked.