Michael has had a heart for the homeless for many years and sings every Thursday afternoon for the homeless and working poor in his hometown of Reno when in town at Barbara Bennett Park where he works with a group called Loaves and Fishes since 2014. They put on a complete church service for the homeless where Michael leads worship for them and then they feed the people a hot meal.
Michael has also been doing worship sets at The Nevada House of Prayer on Wednesday nights when in town.
Jason Sheffield, director of the Nevada House of Prayer says this about Michael’s worship and music ministry;
“In scripture, the worshippers went out in front of the army. This prepared the way for what God was about to do. Michael’s life, ministry, and music are no different. He prepares the way for others to enter in. His calling as a worship leader is evident and His talent speaks for itself.
An ability to shift the atmosphere with worship only comes from a heart of humility. I’m convinced, it is this posture God honors. As a ministry focused on continual worship; partnering with musicians like Michael is truly important. Michael brings a humility of heart and genuine desire to see Jesus receive the praises due His name. It is this depth of character and intimacy with the Father that makes Michael a significant blessing to the Nevada House of Prayer.
His music and ministry is a powerful answer to a need of the hour! Listen to his music! Let it heal your heart. You’ll be better for it!”