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Sunday Setlist 7.26.2009

WOW! it has been 4 months since my last setlist post!  That’s terrible! (HA!) Anyway, I am trying to get back into the swing of things….

Today was pretty good, although all of the team wasn’t there.  I didn’t have an acoustic and bass player or a tenor singer, but it really went well!  Thanks Dustin for playing acoustic!

Enough babble, here is the setlist:

1.  Everlasting God (Tomlin) – I am really tired of hearing this song, but it worked for us well this morning since all we had was drums and acoustic. Don’t get me wrong this is a great song and I like it, but I am really tired of hearing it, just saying!

2.  How Great Is Our God (Tomlin) – Again, really tired of this one too…. I tried to pick songs that would be encouraging (more about this later) and that would sound good without the rest of the guys.

3.  Still (Hillsong) – Love this song!!! I think it went well, hope it ministered hope and encouragement!

Really missed Blake, Luke and Tyler this morning, hope everyone can be there next week for our last service.  

Go check out more setlist over @ fredmckinnon.com

Hope everyone has a great week!!!!

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Sunday Recap 3.8.2009

Setlist:

1.  You, You Are God (Gateway) – I think it’s about time to put this one away for awhile.  Great song, but we have been doing it for a few years now…. time to move on.

2.  Let God Arise (Chris Tomlin) – I’ve done this one before, but never with the whole team.  I think it went well!  Great energy song!

3.  Healer (Mike Guglielmucci) – Great song! 

4.  There Is A River (Jessie Rodgers) – We did this one during offering, I like to throw this one in from time to time because it’s really a different style for us.  Great song!

Go join the craziness over at Fred’s blog.  

How was your Sunday?

Kari Jobe – I’m Singing

kj_hires-cd  Dallas, Texas – Integrity Music and Gateway Create Publishing announce the worldwide debut CD from worship artist and songwriter Kari Jobe.  The self-titled album is scheduled to release February 10.

Jobe, who is a worship pastor at the Dallas/Fort Worth- based Gateway Church, previously appearded on Gateway’s recordings Wake Up The Word and Living For You, which are also available through Integrity.  

Raised in a Christian home with a father who was a traveling minister, Kari began singing in church when she was only 3. She remembers her mother playing worship music in the house while growing up and even recalls the constant tug inside her toward worship.  “I remember hearing a worship song that applied perfectly to a family that I knew and I knew then that I wanted to write songs like that for hurting people… songs that someone could speak to the Lord when they can’t find the words.”

Jobe began singing when she was only 3 and knew by age 10 that she wanted to lead worship.  She spent time studying at Oral Roberts University, Christ For The Nations Institute and Dallas Baptist University where she finished her Psychology/Pastoral Ministries degree before joining the Gateway Church staff.  

The album Kari Jobe features new versions of the popular “Revelation Song,” “No Sweeter Name” and “My Beloved” in addition to new songs of worship birthed from her life and journals.  The deeply personal “You Are For Me” is one of Kari’s favorites.  “This song is gut-wrenching for me.  There are times you are so broken that all you can do is sing over yourself with words like, ‘God is for me.’ But I believe it is one song that people can use to remember that God is for us.  So who can be against us?”

Kari Jobe, which was produced by Ed Cash, contains a collection of worshipful pop/folk songs.  Co-writers on the album include Ed Cash, Chris Tomlin, Paul Baloche, Mia Fieldes and Klaus Kuehn.

“This album is about hope and life,”says Jobe.  “It’s about lifting the broken off the floor and singing love over them.”

Whether leading worship before thousands at Gateway or in intimate settings around the country, Jobe says the work of ministry always comes back to people.  “I am moved by people’s lives and stories, and I am amazed by who God is and who He says that we are.  Music becomes a way to minister to people in times of trouble, to lead them to the feet of Jesus who can bring peace, life, hope and healing.”

Anyone in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, a special reception and worship concert to celebrate the release of the album will be held at Gateway Church Southlake Campus Sunday, February 8th @ 6 p.m.

Don’t forget to get your copy February 10th.

Check out the video Integrity and Kari put together: