The earth is yours – Gungor
Here for you – Tomlin
Ready now – Desperation Band
Marvelous Light – Charlie Hall
I am late getting this out because I saved it and never published it. We started our new series, Matters of the Heart, on Mother’s Day and it was a fun service, because we had the kids come out with flowers and a card to celebrate our moms who have been great sacrifices in our lives.
We also had a sort of testimony and giving time for one of our great members, Phil Blattenberger, who shared with us his heart for missions and his summer missions trip to East Asia this summer. I was blessed by his sharing and passion.
And then Tim preached one of the best messages I have ever heard him preach. It was on the subject of forgiveness. A different kind of sermon than I am used to on Mother’s Day but God used Tim to convict and challenge.
If you missed the message, you can find it here on our media player.
What touched you about your services this past Mother’s Day? Or what has been the most significant thing that you have seen to bless mothers anywhere?
We had a unique time at 24/7 Church on Sunday. Last week, our mixing board blew on the main channels and we will not get our new one until a couple of weeks so we borrowed a board. Come to find out, on Sunday morning, we didn’t have all the right cords so we had to use a couple amps and jimmy rig our way into worship.
However, it turned out to be one of our best times in worship. God was in our midst. People were singing louder than ever before and lifting up the name of Jesus.
Here was our set list:
Blessed be your name – Matt Redman
The Earth is Yours – Gungor
Your Name – Paul Baloche
Came to my rescue – Hillsong
Facedown – Matt Redman*
We had a great time wrapping up our love & marriage series. I will try and post some notes from the message in the coming days.
I, unfortunately, will not be at 24/7 this week but we will have Tommy leading us with two guest worship leaders and great friends of mine joining us (Chris Garren & Michele Martino).
*This is probably my favorite worship song at the moment and I have been teaching it to 24/7 so we did the 311 method (from Tim Hughes) – do a song 3 weeks in a row, then 1 week off, then 1 week on to teach it and decide if we will keep it in our repertoire.