So here is a little video I made at the rehearsal last night for the launch (the sound quality is not all there but be excited we have a band that really rocks out). I just wanted to give a little sample to each of you of the band for the launch.
only 4 days. and we launch. set list: mighty to save, wholly yours, in the midst, god of this city
In the next week, I am going to try and get some videos posted on here. I am not quite sure how to uplink it but I will get it. It will be some new songs for you to enjoy as well as some old ones and who knows, I might just switch to video blogging. After all, I am using the Mac. j
6 days and counting….launch followed by lunch. I am excited about this weekend. If you have supported us here at the Patio, either through prayers or friendships or financially – be here this Sunday if you can. Click here for info on directions, times, and other odds and ends worth looking at. We will be having our first full-out service and then followed by a cookout – rain or shine.
Well Reedy Fork Ranch, you are about to be rocked. I had a rehearsal with some guys who are playing with us on the Launch and I must say, they are awesome. It will be rocking on 3-02-08 .
Also, if you know a drummer who needs a church in the Greensboro area, email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Could we become so accustomed to the message that we forget how desperate others are to hear it?
Great question posed by Mark Beeson, check out his blog on this question here. Realigned my focus to spreading the glory of God.
Who knew we needed it that much? Well I didn’t appreciate H20 until yesterday, when we ran out. Ran out – I didn’t mean to sound like there is a drought. What I mean is, Will didn’t sign us up for water at our house (we were running off the previous tenants, which is weird).
I tried to wash the dishes and the water started then quit. Went on strike. So I went to the bathrooms to see if those went on strike too. They did. The Water Guild of our house quit because they weren’t getting enough perks from serving us (very reminiscent of the Writers Guild, I know). So I made some very important phone calls (one to Will – “how come you didn’t sign us up for water, didn’t you think we needed it?”) and found out that I had to meet with the Water Department of Greensboro and negotiate a deal in order to transfer water into my name for our house. The deal only cost me $115 and it was back on within hours. See, it is good to pay.
by the way, I am not mad at Will. We still live together. We even played soccer last night.