Inauguration Worship and Prayer Event
Monday, September 23, 2019 | 7 PM
Pepperdine will begin inauguration week with a powerful time of worship and prayer, led
by the internationally acclaimed praise and worship group Hillsong Worship. Bob Goff,
New York Times best-selling author and founder of nonprofit organization Love Does, and Dave Clayton,
lead church planter and pastor at Ethos Church, will also offer inspirational messages.
The inauguration worship and prayer event has reached capacity, and registration is no longer available at this time. Please direct inquiries to University Events at 310.506.4448.
Hillsong Worship exists to serve the global Church and equip believers everywhere with songs of Holy Spirit power that exalt and glorify the name of Jesus, build the Church and fuel revival on the earth. With songs such as ‘What a Beautiful Name’, ‘Cornerstone’, ’Mighty To Save’, ‘This I Believe (The Creed)’ and ‘Who You Say I Am’, Hillsong Worship's catalogue is sung by an estimated 50 million people worldwide each week. Featuring worship leaders and songwriters such as Brooke Ligertwood, Ben Fielding, Reuben Morgan, Joel Houston, Taya Gaukrodger, Aodhan King, David Ware, and more, Hillsong Worship is committed to continuing its legacy of writing and leading songs that—by God’s grace—impact both individual devotion and congregational worship for the glory of God.
Bob Goff is a sought-after speaker for conferences, churches, and universities, inspiring current and future influencers. He is a New York Times best-selling author of Love Does and Everybody Always, and the founder of Love Does (formerly Restore International), a nonprofit human rights organization operating in Afghanistan, India, Iraq, Nepal, Somalia, and Uganda, where he serves as the honorary consul to the United States.
Love Does has worked with Uganda's judiciary system in bringing over 200 cases to trial, as well as pursuing justice, intervention, and education for at-risk women and children. Restore Leadership Academy in northern Uganda educates more than 300 students with a focus on character and leadership development.
Dave Clayton is the lead church planter and pastor at Ethos Church located in Nashville, Tennessee, a congregation he co-founded in 2008 alongside his wife, Sydney, where he directs the church's vision and teaches at three campuses.
Throughout his faith-based career, his deep passion for making disciples and planting churches has allowed him to lead house churches, prayer ministries, outreach projects, and missions. Clayton earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Lipscomb University.