Born into a blurred life of family upheavals and endless corporate relocations, Tim Wildsmith was...
Born into a blurred life of family upheavals and endless corporate relocations, Tim Wildsmith was always the new kid and he was always fighting for someone to give him a chance. It seemed like whenever he found himself at home in his new surroundings it was time to leave again. Then one day he heard about this Jesus guy, and the old man in the pulpit said that Jesus would have died for you if you were the only person on the planet… that felt familiar. And the thought of that kind of love was too wonderful to refuse.
Fast-forward a few years and you’ll see what happened. Still the perpetual new kid, Tim now makes his living traveling the country leading worship for youth and college events. He’s even still fighting for approval, but it’s not your approval he wants. You see, what he found in Jesus was much more that a constant friend… he also found a Savior and Lord worthy of a life surrendered to His will.
Tim’s songs speak of grace, freedom, and adoration… all found at the foot of the cross. His style of worship leading is passionate, earnest, and at times desperate. Tim wants to see God’s glory here on earth, and he wants God’s people to encounter the truth of this glory.
Tim’s first album, Come Out Clean, is a worship-driven rock album featuring 8 original songs as well as a poppy cover of Matt Redman’s “Lord Let Your Glory Fall” and a powerful arrangement of the classic hymn “It is Well with My Soul.” Tim is currently on staff at Brookside Church in Omaha, Nebraska. In the summer of 2006 he will return to the road with a new band and will be based out of Auburn, Alabama where he will be leading worship for a weekly gathering of college students called Encounter.