On the heels of their latest worship release – “The Depth of Your Love” – Sixteen Cities are more determined than ever before in their pursuit of leading genuine worship and serving the church. With a healthy batch of new songs and an insatiable desire to see the Gospel transform their generation, the ministry of Sixteen Cities is moving forward full speed. Originally hewn from the Pacific Northwest, the band now leads worship faithfully at their home church in Dallas, Texas (The Heights Baptist Church) and spends the rest of their time traveling around the country for the sake of the kingdom of God. “After four studio albums and a decade in the Christian music industry, we’ve recognized that our primary calling is not to make fans of Sixteen Cities, but to make disciples of Jesus”, says lead singer Josiah Warneking, “and that’s why the heartbeat of our band is to point others to the glory and grace of Jesus Christ.” The story of Sixteen Cities begins in one of the least-churched cities in the nation, where singer Josiah Warneking and guitarist Josh Miller met as freshmen in high school in Portland, Oregon. “We went to our first See You At The Pole and there were only four students at a school of 3,000,” says Miller “so we decided to reach out to our peers by starting a student-led worship service on Wednesday mornings before school”. After just a few months, their ministry went from just a handful of students to well over a hundred meeting every week.