Canadian Worship leader and songwriter Brooke Nicholls releases her brand new single Pursue. Brooke says about the new song, “The hope with my new single isn’t merely to entertain, the hope is to draw people closer to the heart of Jesus. I want people to feel the holy spirit in every word sung and chord strung.”

Whether she’s at home serving at her own Church, C4, or leading worship at different Churches and Ministries across Canada and beyond, Brooke’s deepest desire is to point people to Jesus. She’s accomplished a great deal in her short career, leading at over 95 different events in 2017, was named the New Artist of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2018 Canadian Gospel Music Awards, and opening for bands like Hillsong, MercyMe, The City Harmonic, Dan Bremnes and Love & the Outcome but Brooke’s focus remains unchanged: she’ll simply continue to passionately pursue God’s calling on her life and encourage others to do the same – keeping their eyes fixed on Jesus. Brooke’s new single ‘Pursue’ is written out of Psalm 119; desiring to be marked by the name of Jesus and not the things of this world, Brooke’s heart’s desire is to pursue Jesus and the heart of the Father.

Brooke also released an in-studio performance video of the song…

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