Wayne Drain comes from Russellville, Arkansas, USA, where he is the Founding Pastor of Fellowship of Christians.
Alongside this, he has a respected prophetic ministry, which has encouraged many people, organisations, churches and leaders across the USA and other nations.
Recently, Wayne has been working as an author and in 2012 the book "He Still Speaks" co-written with Tom Lane, was released by Gateway Create Publishing, Dallas, Texas, USA. This book tackles the subject of the prophetic and has been recommended by many church leaders. As a writer he has also also contributed to Matt Redman's "The Heart of Worship Files", "Worship Together" Magazine and "Charisma" Magazine.
Wayne is a gifted singer/songwriter and recording artist, who has written numerous modern hymns for the Church. From living rooms to stadiums, Wayne has led God's people in worship in 36 countries and has released 12 albums. He has worked with EMI, Kingsway's ThankYou Music, Integrity Music, and Scripture in Song Publishing. He is also the founder of Sweet Rain Music.
In June 1997, Wayne participated in 'Champion of the World' at London's Wembley Stadium. With nearly 45,000 people in attendance, it was the largest contemporary worship event ever staged in that venue. Wayne was also one of several worship leaders involved in the 'Global Gathering', which took place July 15, 2006, at the Olympic Stadium, Berlin, Germany. Wayne is also a frequent speaker at worship and prophetic conferences, including Worship Together conferences in England, Canada, and the United States.
Wayne has also collaborated with worship leaders Noel Richards (UK) and Brian Houston (Ireland) as The Hudson Taylors. Together, the three released "Hurricane" in 2002. In support of the release, the trio toured in Canada, Germany, Holland, the UK and the United States. One of their most notable events was with "The Call" at Candlestick Park, San Francisco. A further recording "The Lord bless and keep you" was released in 2011.
In 2005, Wayne was featured along with worship leaders such as Matt Redman, Tim Hughes, Robin Mark, and Noel Richards in a 3-disc set entitled "Nashville Worship Sessions. A collection of Wayne's most popular songs was released as "Treasures".
Wayne is available to minister in a variety of different ways - prophetic, pastoral, teaching and music.
To enquire about Wayne's availability to minister in your church or city, please use the contact form below.