Jonathan Helser is a songwriter, worship leader, and founder of discipleship school, The 18 Inch Journey, located in North Carolina where he also leads Cageless Birds, a collective of artists, with his wife Melissa.
Jonathan Helser is a songwriter, worship leader and founder of a discipleship school called The 18 Inch Journey, in North Carolina where he also leads a collective of artists, with his wife Melissa, called Cageless Birds. Jonathan and Melissa have been a part of the Bethel Music Collective since 2014, bringing with them a rich history of passionate worship. The Helser’s are known for their hit songs “Raise A Hallelujah”, featured on Bethel Music’s VICTORY (2019) album and “No Longer Slaves”, appearing on Bethel Music’s We Will Not Be Shaken (2015). The Helser’s live with their two beautiful children in Sophia, North Carolina, where they spend time crafting songs, art, and goods that encourage others into wholeness and freedom as children of God.
Come Up Here
Featuring Brian Johnson, Amanda Lindsey Cook, Jenn Johnson, David Funk, Hannah McClure, Zahriya Zachary, Jonathan David Helser, Melissa Helser, Josh Baldwin, Emmy Rose, John Wilds, Bethany Wohrle
Featuring Cory Asbury, Gable Price, Zahriya Zachary, Jonathan David Helser, Melissa Helser, David Funk, Matt Redman, Dante Bowe, Hannah McClure, Brandon Lake, Naomi Raine, Paul McClure, Brian Johnson, Jenn Johnson, Chris Quilala, Josh Baldwin, Emmy Rose, Kristene DiMarco, Bethany Wohrle
Featuring William Matthews, Paul McClure, Hannah McClure, Brian Johnson, Lindsey Strand, Jeremy Riddle, Steffany Gretzinger, Leeland Mooring, Jonathan David Helser, Josh Baldwin, Jenn Johnson, Cory Asbury, Amanda Lindsey Cook, kalley