Tyson Brockel, a Tabor College senior studying church music, will perform his senior worship music recital at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Tabor College Chapel.
He will perform and lead a variety of worship songs, including “Forevermore,” “You Won’t Relent,” and “Nothing but the Blood” by Jesus Culture; “Furious” by Jeremy Riddle; “Proof of Your Love” by For King & Country; “Thank You God for Saving Me” by Chris Tomlin; and “All Consuming Fire” by Misty Edwards.
He will also perform his own original composition, “Never Alone.”
Assisting will be Tabor students Allie Jost on vocals and acoustic guitar; Ryan Loewen, electric guitar; Luke Zielke, drums; Michael Beye, bass guitar; and Trenton Wilker and Macy Root, sound technicians. Resident director Carlin Buhrman will assist with synthesizer and vocals.
“Music performance helps me express my Christian faith because it is the thing that I am most passionate about,” Brockel said in a press release. “I connect with God best when singing praises unto Him and glorifying Him for all that He has done for us.
“Music performance is the most comfortable way for me to communicate the Gospel, and I hope I get plenty of opportunities to lead God’s people into worship in the future,” he added.
Brockel would like to work in a church or other organization that incorporates a worship-style atmosphere through music after graduation.
“God is faithful, and I have faith that He will lead me to where He wants me to go after school,” Brockel said.
Craig and Lori Brockel of Mobridge, S.D., are his parents.