Sunday, March 1, 2009

weekend report

Ok, I know, I always rave, and although every weekend is not perfect I am telling you this weekend rocked!! We incorporated baptism into our worship time as well as launched our new Go Mission Strategy. We ran two themes simultaneously by involving one of our GYMN (Global Youth Ministry Network) employees from Kenya, in our worship as well as thematically supporting the pastor's teaching.

Our SetList:

Instrumental: The Offering

Worship: I Surrender All - Michael W. Smith
This is the song we used Jane from Kenya (in her native tongue) to sing with one of our team members. This song received a standing ovation - powerful way to begin worship!

Worship: Facedown
We began the baptisms during this song.

Worship: Amazed

Message: Prayer Pt. 4
Another fantastic teaching!

Praise: As It Is In Heaven
A thematic ending to the teaching.

Go Mission segment - The introduction of the mission strategy as well as one of the ministries we will be supporting. Very exciting stuff which got our audience very excited!

I highly suggest you tune back in tomorrow when the service gets uploaded. We do not mix our sound for broadcast, so the sound quality may not be the greatest, you will get the idea of just how powerful the services were! I'm still thanking God for being so present! Click here to watch services.

Also, if you would like to see what other ministries did around the world, click here.

5 comments:

Stephanie said...

Lori,
That was a powerful service this weekend! Especially loved the first and second song the way everything was done. Awesome.

simple christfollower said...

Baptisms are so special in the life of the church. I look forward to checking back in tomorrow!

Steff said...

Lori,
How awesome that must have been to hear that song in her native tongue! I would have loved to have heard that. Did you record it?

Steff said...

Lori,
How awesome that must have been to hear that song in her native tongue! I would have loved to have heard that. Did you record it?

Lori Biddle said...

Yes, the video of it should be up at www.crossroadswired.com before the end of the day. Thanks!