Sunday Breakdown 9.20.09

Wow! What a day!

Sunday was week 2 of our “F Words” series and our word for the week was “Family”. It’s an issue for everybody in some way or another and it’s something we can VERY easily take for granted without even recognizing it! For the message, Jason did an interview with a special guest who had a powerful story to tell about missing priorities and paying the price! At the end of the day, it makes you want to hug the wife and kids a little tighter and hold them a little longer! Lord, may I NEVER take the family you’ve given me for granted, they truly are a GIFT from you!!!

Well, here was our set list…

We Won’t Be Quiet (David Crowder) – This is such a simple song, 1 verse, 1 chorus, but man is it fun! It’s always a great upbeat, energy filled song to open or close the service with.

Everything (Chris Tomlin) – We’ve done this song for a while now, but we don’t do it too often. I love it when we pull it back out. It’s a super fun song to play ad lead, plus the church seems to really enjoy worshipping with this tune.

Song of Hope (Robbie Seay Band) – By far, one of my favorite worship tunes right now, as well as being Mandy’s favorite.

From The Inside Out (Hillsong) – This song has definitely made it into my top 5 worship songs. The line, “the art of losing myself in bringing you praise” gets me EVERY time!


One Pure and Holy Passion (Passion) – We’ve only done this song a couple of times before, but based on the message and the tone created by the interview it worked out to be the perfect song for our response time. As always, Amy did a GREAT job leading this song!

We Won’t Be Quiet (David Crowder) – We had originally planned to do a different song to close the service, but Ben (our regular Bass player) woke up feeling horrible (dry sockets from having wisdom teeth taken out) so we had to move some folks around and make some last minute changes. God has truly blessed us though, we’ve got some GREAT musician who can make changes on the fly and never miss a beat!

Talk to me! Of the songs we sang Sunday, which one is your favorite?


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~ by rhinorun on September 22, 2009.

2 Responses to “Sunday Breakdown 9.20.09”

  1. Okay. So pretty much i’m in love with song of hope i’ve said it many times. and everything is amazing too.

  2. Ok, since my dear hubby, shot my op. to comment 😉 I’ll go with 2nd favorite…From the Inside Out. Hillsong has such rich, rich lyrics. You just can’t help but get lost worshiping with that one.

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