Once again Sunday is here and It is time for my "Sunday Set List". Check out Fred McKinnon's blog to see other worship leaders set lists for the week of 4/26/2009.
You can find other worshippers' set lists here -
I am again linking to my Planning center so you can see the entire thing... if you're interested...
Planning Center Link
Everything looks cooler On planning center so check it out!
On to the list!
QUICK SET LIST
Call to Worship: Here I am to Worship
Songs of Praise
Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus (Traditional Hymn)
Offertory: In Your Freedom
Songs of Devotion
All The Way My Savior Leads Me (Traditional Hymn)
Victory in Jesus (Traditional Hymn)
Special Music: I WIll Rise (Me - singing Chris Tomlin)
Sermon: ...And Now The Rest of the Story
"A Divine Encounter by the Sea"
Invitation: Draw Me Close
Closing: Forever (Chorus)
Here is my Quick Summary - (For a more detailed - and hopefully entertaining - summary, check out my worship confessional.)
Baptisms are becoming regular and I like it! God blessed our service with 3 more baptisms this week. I have to say, that - coupled with one lady who was just WORSHIPPING - made my morning. She was just fantastic. I told her I wanted to be out there with her. We also had another confession of faith and are prepared for 2 more baptisms next week and 2 more on Mother's Day. Today was great. I loved Forever and Here I am to Worship and Victory. They went so well. I just have to do a better job on my transitions between music. We all know that just because they are in the same key doesn't mean they wourk together. Well - I need to do a better job or transitioning the feel. But I'll talk more about that on my confessional.
I did "I WIll Rise" today with a track. I normally don't do specials with a track. I can play my own stuff... or create my own stuff... but I found an instrumental version on iTunes, then I found a video on YouTube and they looked and sounded so good together that I couldn't resist. So I laid the instrumental track over the video in iMovie and then I cross faded in the Angels part from the original recording because I wanted the voices of the angels. Don't know if I was completely legal, but it really went well. I had a hard time getting through the song without crying ( That means I was connection with it :-) ) I love that song - It really isn't congregational but it is powerful. Praise God.
Hope your week was blessed! Thanks again for coming by, and please check out (and comment on) my "more detailed" worship confessional for the week of 4/26.
Keep singing His praises!