US Holiday/WG11 Conference – mission-focused meetings, instrument shopping, Sunday meeting

Mission-focused meetings The final day of WorshipGod 11 had one last session, capping off a wonderful end to a wonderful few days. Craig Cabaniss taught us from 1 Peter 2:9, and cautioned against seeing our worship gatherings as a complete break from “the real mission” out there, and showing from Scripture that there is to […]

US Holiday/WG11 Conference – edify, songwrite, organise, gather live

Day 3 of WorshipGod 11. One general session, two more seminars, and an evening of singing for a live album recording. We worship a generous King, showering kindness on us! Edify For the morning session, the worship was led by Sojourn Music. Their songs have a unique indie-folk sound to their songs, and lead using […]

US Holiday/WG11 Conference – rehearse, seminars, NZ connection, Enfield, Thabite

Day 2 of WorshipGod 11. A full day of 2 general sessions and 2 seminars, as well as dinner with a family with strong NZ connections. Wow, thank you Lord for such an amazing day! Rehearse There was some more comedy from Mark Altrogge in the morning (it seems like a WorshipGod thing for Mark […]

US Holiday/WG11 Conference – sing, meet, glory

Wednesday – Day 1 of WorshipGod 11. Some miscellaneous observations to begin with first: My USA driving skills have improved a bit, praise God! The weirdest thing here would definitely be the stop sign intersections. Instead of roundabouts, everyone has a stop sign in front of them, and whoever gets there first gets to drive […]

Worship Leader’s Redux: Easter Weekend 2010 Part 2

  In my last post I covered some of the positives I drew from the services over Easter weekend. With time to reflect I’m sharing a few points that I could have done better on: I didn’t write out all my chords for a new song we tried, “Completely Done”. This wasn’t too much of […]

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