Former Hillsong Worship Leader Darlene Zschech battles Breast Cancer

Darlene Zschech
Former Hillsong Worship Leader, Darlene Zschech, is currently battling Breast Cancer. She disclosed this in her blog some days ago.  Her doctors discovered the cancer during a routine mammogram on Wednesday, December 11 2013.

Darlene said she's already had surgery and was released from the hospital in Sydney on Christmas Eve.

According to her,

My husband and children have been heroic and I can’t thank my family enough for their love and support through this. Our church leadership team have anointed me with oil and prayed with unity and authority, a band of trusted friends have helped me prayerfully and practically, and it is only now that I have felt able to share this with you. To be completely honest, this is not the kind of news anyone ever really wants to tell. However, I have seen two absolute miracles in my body thus far and I know there will be many more to come.

Darlene Joyce Zschech, born on 8 September 1965 in Australia, is an Australian Pentecostal Christian worship leader and singer-songwriter who primarily writes praise and worship songs. Described as a "pioneer of the modern worship movement", she is the former worship pastor of Hillsong Church and alongside her husband Mark, are Senior Pastors of Hope Unlimited Church on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia.

As a songwriter, Darlene is perhaps most famous for the chorus “Shout to the Lord,” a song that is sung by millions of churchgoers every week and has been covered by many other artists. “Shout to the Lord” was nominated as Album of the Year for the 1997 Dove Awards and was nominated as Song of the Year for the 1998 Dove Awards.

Here is Darlene with Ron Kenoly singing the famous song "Shout to the Lord".

She urges all to "Stand together and pray for ALL of those walking through such challenges at this time. Praise God that His name is GREATER than anything we are facing!!!"

Please join us in praying for her speedy recovery.

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