As you read this, I am on my way to the National Worship Leader Conference in Leawood, KS. I’d appreciate your prayers. I am confident I will learn much while I am there, and am ready for the boost in creativity I will (DV) receive.
This blog will be a depository of my takeaways from the week. I will have the opportunity to take nine workshops and see a number of Christian music’s best known artists…
Check the conference website.
Here is today’s Sunday Setlist for my church… Continue reading “Sunday Setlist 071011”
Here’s the Sunday Setlist for our Youth-Led Morning Worship service, June 26, 2011… Continue reading “Sunday Setlist 062611, Youth Edition”
Here’s the Sunday Setlist for June 12, 2011… Continue reading “Sunday Setlist 061211”
I have come to the conclusion that, as a guitarist, I really don’t know much.
However, I know more now than I did when I bought my (electric) instruments.
The first electric guitar I ever bought was a Martin Stinger. It was a lot like a Strat without the pickguard. I knew right away that it wasn’t the guitar for me, so I treated it as such and plastered the thing with stickers and junk.
My next guitar was a Samick Radio Ten Blues Saraceno. The Plaid Monster. I got the demo off the NAMM show floor. No serial number. I loved that guitar for what it was, but it didn’t hold up well. It is currently in a box in my garage because it is nearly unplayable (if there are any Blues Saraceno fans in the NoCamo community, I would take offers on the thing).
Next was Pretty… my Hamer Stellar One.
Continue reading “Pretty Guitar”
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I posted the setlist for Easter a few days ago here. The Celebration Choir and Orchestra did a magnificent job. They rocked the house for two services. Our pastor preached a strong Gospel message. Decisions were made. At least one person was saved! What an awesome day! Glory to God!
How did Easter services go at your church?