Weekend Review – 04-2526-09

Can you say flem? This weekend’s review is shaping up to be something like a treatise on what not to do to your voice when your sick. #1 – Don’t sing – (whoops)…. #2 – Don’t Drink coffee – (Oh Well)….#3 – Don’t strain your voice, don’t cough too hard, don’t clear your throat – Oh well, it’s over now.

It was a hard weekend for that reason as well as simply trying to get the band together. Luckily, our Senior Pastor hasn’t been preaching these last couple of weeks because we’re doing the “Life, Money, Hope.” series from Lifechurch.tv and Dave Ramsey. (By the way, if you haven’t heard about it, or checked it out, you should definitely check it out – go to www.lifechurch.tv and search for Life, Money, Hope.)

I was also able to get an Electric guitarist from Kevin’s Church, which was also great. Our drummer was sick as well, so it could have been a really rough weekend, but it turned out pretty good. In light of my vocal problems and the other possibilities for disaster, it could have been a nightmare, but it went quite well.

Here was our Set:

  • I Will Boast
  • Welcome
  • Jesus Lead On
  • All We Need (Charlie Hall)
  • Give it all Away
  • Message
  • Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone)

The closing song fit perfectly. In the Message Dave talks about the bondage of Debt and actually uses chains as an illustration, so to close with “My chains are gone, I’ve been set Free.” was perfect.

All things considered, it was a pretty good weekend. I hope to not have a weekend like this again, but even if we do, I know we can get through it.

For more weekend Reviews, check out Sunday Setlists at Fred’s Place.

Author: David Lindner

After being a worship pastor for 14 years, I have now stepped into a Lead Pastor role. I've learned a lot, still have a lot to learn and invite you to teach me and if I can I'll share what I know with you! I’m also married to my lovely wonderful wife Bekki & we have 4 kids, Hannah, Henry, Harry & Harper. Make sure to follow me on Twitter @thedavidlindner.

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