Imagine a room big enough to hold every voice that has ever cried out to God. For centuries, God’s people have called out in adoration and praise, and if such a room existed, it would be the most diverse and God-dependent place in history.
SEU Worship, the worship movement of Southeastern University, has added their voice to this room, remembering the voices of old while raising up those for the future. The goal of SEU Worship is reaching young people with the gospel through worship music. In a writing session David Ryan Cook and Dan Rivera added a drum sample over the song they were creating, and as the new beat mixed with the melodies they already had, thus was born what they now call “prophetic pop.”
The Prophetic Pop theme encompasses our dedication to the people we regularly lead worship for, 16 - 26 year olds , and also our unique Pentecostal, charismatic background. Believing that God wants to prophesy, speak, and to create spontaneous moments of worship. The prophetic is always going to have a tendency to lean on what is not yet established.” SEU Worship is a mixture of core artists and students from Southeastern University. The Core Artists are: Sydney Wilson, Kenzie Walker, Dan Rivera, David Ryan Cook.