>Songs We Sing @ Vine 10-12-08

>Songs We Sing @Vine 10-12-08

Currently Listening to Bebo Norman “Ruins”

1. “You have stirred my soul” by: Robbie Seay Band”
Welcome
2. “Marvelous Light” by: Charlie Hall Band
3. “Psalm 33” by: Greg & Amanda Blasche
4. “Jesus Paid it All” by: Alex Niflong
Baptisms
Offering
5. “Great is Thy Faithfulness”
6. “Our God Saves” by: Paul Baloche
Message
7. “Sing Hallelujah” by: Vineyard Music (free to fly cd)
Sunday mornings are funny.  You prep, you pray, you rehearse and each week you think you have finally gotten things right with your sound and so forth, the next week something else goes wrong.  Atleast that’s our experience with the sound system we have and the room we are in.  This week our Bass guitar was in then out of the mix which was something to do with the bass rig we were running through.  Ghosts?  🙂 What’s worse is that when my wife and I sat down after “Our God Saves” I realized I had my fly down the whole morning 🙂  Oh well 🙂 
God is good!  

If you are interested in learning from other worship leaders check out Fred McKinnon’s blog to see the “Sunday Set List” Blog Carnival.   This has been a great help to me.   Thanks to all the worship leaders out there that participate each week.  I lean allot from each other you!
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3 thoughts on “>Songs We Sing @ Vine 10-12-08

  1. >Hey man, that’s hilarious about the “fly”. yeah, we used to call them “sound demons” … enough to drive anyone crazy. Ya’ll will get it figured out and all is well – as you know, half the time nobody has a clue that anything like that is wrong.As for your zipper being down – I can’t say how many did or didn’t notice that one! Were you playing guitar?For the Kingdom,Fred McKinnonwww.fredmckinnon.comwww.theworshipcommunity.com

  2. >ha! I know exactly what you mean… you never know which part of the ‘plan’ is going to be toyed with on any given Sunday. Thanks for the comment on my blog, and thanks for posting about your Sunday!

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