Aug 26th 2007 Set List

August 25, 2007 — 12 Comments
 

Text-Confessional Coming on monday

Processional
I Know That My Redeemer Lives – C (Medly, Williams)

Gloria
We Praise Your Name – C/D (Klampert’s)

Praise
Rushing Wind – G (Keith Green)
O Praise Him – G (Crowder)
You Amaze Me – G (Michael Neale)
end with bridge from O Praise Him

Gospel
Open the Eyes – E (Paul Baloche)

Offering
Communion Song – F (Joel Klampert)
More of You – C#m (Klampert’s) ALTERNATE SONG

Sanctus
Holy – C (Brenton Brown)

Mystery of Faith
Mystery of Faith 1 – Dm (Joel Klampert)

Communion
Sweetly Broken – A (Jeremy Riddle)
Bless His Name – A ( Tony Sanchez)
Everlasting God – A (Brenton Brown) ALTERNATE SONG

Recessional
Never Let Go – A (Matt Redman)

What’s in Your Reader

August 24, 2007 — 14 Comments
 

here is what’s in mine. There are 50 I think so far…Make sure you hit the see more tag to see the restGot any suggestions of something I should be reading that I’m not?

Cre8vE [creative] chaos
http://feeds.feedburner.com/Cre8vecreativeChaos

a bright future
http://abrightfuture.wordpress.com/feed/

A Complete 180
http://ac180.com/feed/
Continue Reading…

 

Here is a new Site I found with tons and tons of CD, DVD. and book reviews for worship. Amazing site.

AHHH! what the heck

August 23, 2007 — 9 Comments
 

I had a code issue due to me I guess being too tired. Braindead or not…all is well.

Sara Groves new CD coming

August 23, 2007 — 7 Comments
 

If You are a reader on this blog then you know full well how I feel about Sara Groves. In particular her last CD Add to the Beauty. I consider that CD to be one of the top 10 CD’s of the last 20 years. If you haven’t bought it yet…get on it. With that said on her site she announced a new CD

On November 6th, INO Records will be releasing Sara’s new album “Tell Me What You Know”.

Sara says on her site:

“My life has been so changed and challenged in the last couple of years by people who have endured incredible hardship around the world, and by the people who have come alongside them working as what I imagine Jesus intended when he called us His Body. Where I used to see politics, poverty and detached social agendas, I now see people. This album is about people, and the defiance of their hope, it is about freedom, both spiritual and physical, and it is about what I have yet to learn about God from my neighbors who have gone to the places where courage is required, and have found a deeper understanding of Christ and his suffering, his redemption, and his joy.”