Sunday Set List for December 7th, 2008
December 7, 2008

Hello everyone.

This past week has been really hard on everyone.  My wife’s dad has been in the hospital on a breathing machine since the Monday after Thanksgiving.  Practices have been sparse and Christmas is bearing down on us rapidly.  His situation isn’t looking good.  Please pray for the Hensley family.  I fear things will get even more difficult here in a couple of more days.

Regardless of all that stuff, our God is worthy to be praised.  We had a great time with our King today.  Here is how it went down:

Opening: Unveil- Jeff Deyo

We brought this one back after the ECWC in Philly.  Jeff Dixon, our missionary from China, is home for a while and has done some ministry work with Jeff Deyo in Singapore.  “I looked up and thought you were Trent (Schwartzentruber)!” he said, after the service.  What a great compliment.  Trent is Deyo’s guitarist and kicks some major booty on the guitar.

For Who You Are – Hillsong

This one is getting a lot of attention lately.  When we first heard this song, no one really liked it.  So I came up with a Rush, Xanadu, type feel at the beginning and it has become a congregation favorite.

Greeting: Jason

God With Us – MercyMe

Anything by Mercy Me is amazing and the songs always come off without a hitch.

Jesus Messiah- Tomlin

This was our first time to do this for the congregation but obviously, since it is getting some major air play, it is a good one to do.  Not one of Tomlin’s most musically interesting songs, but the words really grip your heart.

Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)- Tomlin

Message: Jason

Altar:

Rescue- Anderson

Overall a great service and the message was awesome too.  Lots came down at altar time and some were just weeping at the feet of the Saviour.  A beautiful time with the Lord today.  How did your Sunday go?  Find out what other worship leaders did over at Fred’s, here:

http://www.fredmckinnon.com/myblog/2008/12/07/sunday-setlists-20/

Leave me a comment and I’ll return the favor.

Keep the Son in your eyes,

Brad

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