Jeremy Riddle is a worship leader, songwriter, and pastor at Bethel Church in Redding, California. He carries a deep passion for God’s presence, and his worship leading stirs hunger, freedom, and adoration toward the Lord. Jeremy leads with a transparency that is catalytic and empowers others to bring a pure offering to God.
Jeremy has been an integral writer on many Bethel Music albums on songs such as “This Is Amazing Grace”, “Breaking Through”, “Be Enthroned”, “Fall Afresh”, “Furious”, “God of the Redeemed”, “To Our God”, and “Love Came Down”.
Originally from New Jersey, Jeremy attended the Anaheim Vineyard in southern California throughout his teen years and later became a youth pastor and worship leader there. It was during his six years in these roles that his musical career as a songwriter developed. Jeremy released his first full-length album, Full Attention, in 2007 which includes the well-known song, “Sweetly Broken”. In 2011 he releases his sophomore album, Furious. In 2009 Jeremy and his family moved to Redding, California to attend Bethel Church, and he has been part of the Bethel Music Collective since 2010. Jeremy serves pastorally on the Bethel Redding Core Team and is passionate about seeing others connect with the call on their lives and seeing dreams realized. He spearheaded the inception and development of Bethel’s Young Adult Ministry, Tribe.
Jeremy prioritizes time with his wonderful family. He and his wife Katie have five children; Rebekah, Levi, Faith, Claire, and Joseph. He enjoys spending time outside working on their land, affectionately known as the “Riddle Ranch”. Katie hosts a popular blog, “Riddlelove”, that documents their family adventures and her inspiring journey in homesteading and cultivating a thriving organic garden. Jeremy finds inspiration through spending time in creation; whether retreating in his own backyard or adventuring to beautiful destinations. He continues to travel ministering regionally and internationally.
David Leach is currently one of the worship leaders of Life Center Ministries International in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is involved in all areas of worship throughout the ministry from small groups, next generation ministries, as well as recording projects. In the last year David has been traveling with Randy Clark and leading worship both internationally and nationally. His wife's and his desire is to see a generation passionately and authentically pursuing God in every area of arts and entertainment.
David grew up playing music in the church from a young age and began leading worship as a teenager. After going on to further his education in Business at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh he returned home and became a part of Life Center's staff in 2009. Besides being one of the key worship leaders of the church along side Ricardo White, Senior Worship Pastor, David has been very involved within a community of over 100 musicians (in a congregation made up of 1,200 people) while working with several bands and many genres of music for weekly meetings, concerts, and conferences. Recently he has travelled to Sweden, England, Australia, New Zealand, and various parts of the United States.
David has lead worship in front hundreds and thousands. On the mission field, in conferences, or during weekly church services, David has a desire to bring people into the presence of God where the Father's heart is revealed, lives are changed, and generations move towards the face of God. Together, through a community of musicians David and Life Center's heart is to establish a regional worship base in Harrisburg and send out worship leaders as "musicianaries" in different countries to usher in the presence of God all around the world.