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Sunday Setlist (July 11, 2010)

July 12, 2010

I’m so appreciative to have been given the opportunity to lead worship at Greentree Christian Church this past Sunday morning. Wanted to say how thankful I am for Nathan Hall, the church’s worship leader on staff. I appreciate his confidence in me and most of all, thank God for continuing to cultivate our friendship  in so many ways. He’s just recently taken the plunge into the Twitterverse so feel free to welcome him (aka. battlefieldextra) with a follow if you have a chance.

Here’s how we mapped out the services:

9:15 Service

Closing Song

Wanted to throw in a few of those above song story links simply because it’s amazing to read how these beautiful hymns came to be. The most important thing that resounds in my heart whether I’m singing a brand new song or one written hundreds of years ago is that God anchored the words and the music to these songs into the hearts of men and women just like me and so many other songwriters who have chosen to apply their gifts to the service of Jesus Christ. It’s always so humbling and daunting to be reminded of the fact that we serve a God who wants to work and speak through us.

10:30 Service

  • Your Love Never Fails (McClarney)
  • Lord of All (Stanfill)
  • Doxology (Ken / Bourgeois) – David Crowder arrangement
  • Lord of All (Chorus Reprise)
  • The More I Seek You (Neese)

Closing Song

  • Lord of All (Chorus Reprise)

The song, Lord of All by Kristan Stanfill is one we’ve been teaching the church over the last couple weeks and it simply just worked out that we were able to weave in the Doxology and circle back around to a really beautiful reprise of that piercing chorus.  Loved hearing the congregation sing that declaration of the sovereignty of God. My friends and great vocalists Sarah and Jana lead the song, The More I Seek You. It’s a song that paints such an intimate picture of the relationship that God desires with all of us. It describes an awe that we can’t help but have when we’re in His presence while still affirming the comfort and familiar embrace that we encounter when we come to the Father despite the hurt or uncertainty of our lives. If you’ve not heard either of these songs, take a few minutes after reading this and give them a listen via the above links. I’m pretty certain you won’t regret the choice.


Be sure to check out more Sunday Setlists here at The Worship Community.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. July 13, 2010 12:46 pm

    thanks for sharing your sunday morning experience. i appreciate the lead on “Lord of All – great song!

    grace and peace – terry

    • July 13, 2010 1:10 pm

      Terry – Absolutely! Lord of All is a great song to incorporate into your upcoming setlists and so easy to teach folks. They love to sing it — and so do I! Thanks for dropping by!



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