Tasha Cobbs Leonard – The Church I Grew Up In (Intro)


Multi-talented and award winning American gospel singer, Tasha Cobbs Leonard has given out a new song “The Church I Grew Up In (Intro)” which is off her new album.

To the hearing of her beautiful fan base, Tasha Cobbs Leonard dropped the song “The Church I Grew Up In (Intro)” which would be highly accepted. It was recorded and released in 2022 and has started counting many streams on the platforms. “The Church I Grew Up In (Intro)” comes off her new and well-created album captioned “Hymn”.

“Hymns (Live)” is a heartfelt tribute to the enduring power of hymns, capturing their timeless essence while infusing them with Cobbs Leonard’s signature energy and passion. The live setting adds an extra layer of authenticity and emotional depth, making each track feel like a communal worship experience. It houses a number of twenty-four tracks with no guest appearance. It is a special offering in which Tasha Cobbs Leonard showcases his unlimited capabilities and puts some hard work into reaching his fans’ satisfaction and expectations.

Furthermore, the song “The Church I Grew Up In (Intro)” appeared as the 14th track that will surely be worth a place on your music playlist… Listen and download it below!!!


Video: Tasha Cobbs Leonard – The Church I Grew Up In (Intro)

Lyrics: Tasha Cobbs Leonard – The Church I Grew Up In (Intro)

When I was ten years old, my father was called to lead a ministry, to start a church. And we started in a little small town. It probably was, how many people live in Scriven? Maybe 450. Not 450 thousand. 450 people okay

And there was this building. We were in an organization, and they gave him this building. That when we pulled up. My mother’s kind of petty y’all. She was pretty much like, oh, yeah, they can tear this down. Yes this is, we need to go back and Jessup

But my father, he looked at this dilapidated building. It didn’t have bathrooms, it didn’t have offices, no windows. He looked at it and he saw a promise, he saw a vision. And I remember coming home every day from school. They would reroute us coming home from school and send people to come pick us up from school and drive us over this Scriven for months

For months we would do this, and we would do our school work. My father was a carpenter, and we would do our schoolwork as they would build this church from nothing, making it into a sanctuary. And I remember him building the doors, installing windows, and creating a bathroom, creating a fellowship hall. The sanctuary is at about 50 people, maybe. And I remember him, some days we were coming in from school when my father had, like he would wear, like, robes or blankets over his head, and he would be laying in the floor, praying in the floor with a robe of clothes

He would be clothed over his head, praying for the power of God to meet his people. We started with seven, seven adults and seven children. And I remember us being in Bible study and people would be delivered and set free. We would come in and we have moments of prayer with seven people, that God would you create something that changes lives in this room. And again, as a ten-year-old girl, I’m watching because my father, Bishop Murphy, tell us all the time that much is taught, but most is caught

And I was catching intercession. I was catching how to invoke the presence of God and how to invoke a move of God. That’s the church I grew up in. And God’s church is still alive today. I said, God’s church is still alive today

The miracles I saw then, it gave me the faith to believe in the miracles that God is doing now. God’s church is still alive. This song is called The Church I Grew Up In

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