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?