>Songs We Sing @ Vine 2-07-10

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(Youth & Vine Band combined this morning)
(Currently Listening to: “Strange Waters” by: Bruce Cockburn)
2-07-10
1. “Lead me to the Cross” by: Brooke Frasier
-Welcome & intro: Pastor Craig & Tim-
Reading – Emily Bowers
2. “Glory to God Forever” By: Steve Fee
2. “You Are Holy”Prince of Peace” by: Marc Imboden
3. “Beautiful One (chorus)” by: Tim Hughes
Video – by Youth
Message – Tim Timmes
Student Testimony’s
prayer
– Offering –
4. “Our Great God” by: Fernando Ortega
5. “I Stand Amazed” By: Big Stuf
Closing Thoughts & Benediction – Tim & Youth
This past sunday was Youth Sunday in Vine @ Fpc. I had 6 youth in the band, most of them being their first time leading on the bigger stage. We had spent several weeks rehearsing for Feb. 7th but it’s another deal going from the youth hall stage to the fellowship hall stage as they found out. It was fun to see their reactions, fears and struggles. I’m extremely proud of how they handled the mornings challenges. And that’s only 6 students out of a larger group of musicians in our youth group. I love it! The morning as a whole went well. It’s interesting to see faith through the eyes of a teenager. Much different from how we see things as adults.
“All my jewels I give to the shadow of the safety that is in thee-
my name anew in Christ,
my body, soul, talents, character,
my success, wife, chilren, friends, work,
my present, my furture, my end.
Take them, they are thine, and I am thine, now and for ever.
(Refuge pg 134 “the Valley of Vision”)
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