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Australian Darlene Zschech is a globally acclaimed singer, songwriter, worship leader & speaker, most notably for her involvement in the music from Hillsong Church, Sydney. Receiving numerous gold albums & having her songs sung in many nations of the world, her success stands as a testimony to her life's passion to serve God & people with all her heart. Currently, Darlene and husband Mark are senior pastors of Church Unlimited on the Central Coast, NSW.

Darlene is perhaps most famous for the chorus "Shout to the Lord," sung by an estimated 25 to 30 million every week & has been covered by at least twenty other artists. Shout to the Lord was nominated as Album of the Yr in '97 & song of the yr in '98 at the Dove Awards. In 2000 Darlene received a Dove Award nomination for Songwriter of the Year & received the Inter'l Award for influence in praise&worship.

Darlene has written over 80 songs that have been published by Hillsong Music Australia. In 2005 Darlene released 'Change Your World', which features a new arrangement of Michael W. Smith's 'Agnus Dei'. Darlene is passionate about raising & training worship teams & writers. She has written three books: Extravagant Worship, The Kiss of Heaven, & her new book The Great Generational Transition. These three titles combined have been translated into 19 different languages.

Many yrs ago Mark & Darlene made a life commitment to do whatever they could to bring answers & relief to human suffering, one of their great joys in life is to work with Compassion Inter'l.

In 2004 Mark & Darlene initiated Hope: Rwanda, a global endeavor designed to bring hope to a nation seemingly forgotten since the horrific genocide of 1994. The 100 Days of Hope project was strategically coordinated to cover the same 100 days that saw approx 1 million people viciously slaughtered. 

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