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When we worship with a song from another culture, we share their story as well as their music.

Shedrach Rowry, member of the Urbana 15 worship team, was gifted the song "Holy Spirit Fiya" by InterVarsity's Polynesian Chapter in Honolulu--Hui Poly. "Holy Spirit Fiya" was a song written by the staff and students in Hui Poly a few years ago, and it has continued to be their "heart song." See how God has redeemed culture in Hawai'i, and how these Polynesian students live in the freedom to worship as all of who they are.

When we worship with a song from another culture, we share their story as well as their music.

Erin O'Neill, member of the Urbana 15 worship team, was gifted the song "Debemos Decir y Hacer" from the COMPA evangelical student movement in Mexico and Melissa Olachea, a COMPA staff worker. See how students are unabashedly living out the gospel despite the difficulties they face in the context of Mexico.

When we worship with a song from another culture, we share their story as well as their music. Erna Hackett, the Urbana 15 worship director, was gifted the spiritual "Hold On (Just A Little While Longer)" from Michelle Higgins, a worship and outreach pastor, local activist, and leader in her St. Louis community. See how this song still applies today as a prayer in the #BlackLivesMatter movement and the racial injustices that affect our country.