Sunday, August 12, 2007

Weekend Arts

We had a blast this weekend!

For prelude, Dustin brought the goods on Daughtry's "Home".

Our two worship songs were:
Mighty to Save (Hillsong) - we keep the energy up throughout on this for our weekend crowd. A bit slower song than we normally do, but it's lyrics trump the tempo. I made a drum track which seems to provide a good groove.
Everlasting God (as perf. by Lincoln Brewster) - pretty straight forward on this one. After having experienced this year's Leadership Summit, the line "You're the defender of the weak" had enhanced meaning.

We did a drama called "The Memory of Water" written by our own Kristin Baker and performed by Lisa Deselm
which made a really touching moment happen.

Finally, Tim Prugh and I got to sing "Baptism" by Kenny Chesney and Randy Travis. Beautiful song with my favorite phrase "down with the old man, up with the new."

Several medias were played promoting baptism at Coveleski Stadium in Sept., but my favorite was "My Cubicle" from Eaglebrook Church in Minnesota. You'll have to click on the link on their site to view. Worth the extra click. Nice work.

Everyone did a great job! Keep it up teams!


amberWIRE said...

I am DYING LAUGHING at the "My Cubile" video! BRILLIANT! I love the chapstick...hahaha

Kristin Baker said...

I've never seen more compliments on the music in the weekend comments! You guys rocked . . . or what's the country equivalent of rocked . . . you guys . . . um . . . honky tonked?

Sherry Ingle said...

Great song this weekend, Dan! You are really getting this "country" thing down (ie: Tim McGraw, now Kenny Chesney)'re kinda scarein' me!!!!