Wednesday, June 02, 2004

My wife has joined the world of bloggers. Mr. Blog 'aint no fool. A lot of blogs out there require you to have a blog site before you can respond or comment to someone else's blog. I am just thankful that Sheryl took the bait and is adding to the fun. I know you'll enjoy reading her thoughts too. She has some great stories to share. I added a link to her site-->

Last night I spent time with Reco, Kyle and Jeff McInturff, all life group brothers. It was fun. We ate at Chang's and saw a movie. I will never, ever tell what movie we saw. I am irreparably scarred for life. Seriously. Scarred. For life. Seriously.

Tonight we begin our Retreat to the Creek series for the summer. In June we will be talking about peace and rest in a stressful world. We run so hard and do so much that often we forget to stop and listen for that still small voice. We'll be having some worship, some teaching, and some prayer stations. I hope it's meaningful to people. Afterwards, we're having homemade ice cream, possibly my favorite dessert of ALL TIME!

Question for the day...what's your favorite song right now?(worship/CCM/Secular-doesn't matter) Why do you like it?

12 comments:

Phil said...

You Dance by eastmountainsouth

Brandon Scott said...

what about the little known..."You Betta Dance" by Reco Hight?

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Anonymous said...

Be Encouraged, No matter whats Goin On. Minister out of Huntsville Alabama sings it maybe he's with the
group Overflow,,also caught the Fred Hammond show the startup solo from Jacksonville Florida,,Lisa M? had several spirit filled songs. Debra Killings Message in the Music and I hear Ricky B. and Forgiven out of Nashville have some new material out:
Unstoppable

http://www.b4entertainment.com/

william said...

http://www.integritygospel.com/templates/cusintegritygospel/details.asp?id=23140&PID=101173&mast=

lisa mcclendon integrity music

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Jason Retherford said...

Brandon,

Favorite worship song? Wow, that's tough. Let me see, I love I can Only Imagine by Mercy Me, Third Day's Everywhere, I love the Worship Song. My youth group kids love that song. Father God, another youth group fav, and okay just about anything from ZOE. I know that sounds cheesy, but ya'll are taking worship music to the next level. Thank you!

Brian said...

Favorite Worship Song Right Now: Your Grace Reaches Me (113 in the red books =) )

Favorite Contemporary Christian Song: In the Blink of an Eye by MercyMe

Favorite Secular Song: Ella Fitzgerald - Them there Eyes

How's THAT for eclectic? =)

Ron Barbee said...

Kansas - Old song before they got 'popular'. It's called All The World - Has great lyrics, but the meter during the break changes almost every bar. I guess that's why I like Kansas so much.
Check the lyrics out here
http://www.rocklyrix.com/DisplayLyric.asp?SongID=2027

Jeff Slater said...

Right now my favorite song would probably be "This Fragile Breath" by Todd Agnew. Also, just about anything by The David Crowder Band.

Grace and Peace,

Jeff

CL said...

The Wonderful Cross...Robbie Seay Band...what an awesome combination of an old traditional yet beautiful song with excellent instrumentation!