Night of Worship – Rehearsal and Request

Today we were getting ready for our “acoustic” Night of Worship on Thursday night. And judging by today’s rehearsal, it’s going to be incredible!

And it involves a few names you’ve heard of – Todd Fields, Steve Fee, Eddie Kirkland, Cori Moon, Elliott Moon, Matt Adkins, Pat Malone, Ashley Appling and Me.

So before you look at some pics from today, I have a request for YOU!


We’re researching scripture and/or writings to be read in our Night of Worship on Thursday night and would love your input.
The core/theme from what we’re working is:
Love Demonstrated” based off of Romans 5:8

“8But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

We’d really love to have your thoughts about God’s “Love Demonstrated“! And it doesn’t even have to be scripture – stories and paragraphs from writings / books / devotionals are welcome!

OK – so while you’re thinking about that, check out some snaps…

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So, how’s that research going…?

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3 thoughts on “Night of Worship – Rehearsal and Request

  1. 1 John 3:16: “This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us.” In other words, the way we define love is wrapped up inside this single act in history. That’s the only way we know what love is. Not a high school crush, not a Valentine’s Day card, not flowers. The act that defined love once and for all for us was supreme sacrifice for undeserving people.

    John 15:9 “As the Father has loved me, so have I loved you.” Jesus tells us about how we are loved. In a thought that should blow our minds, He says that He loves us in the same way and to the same degree as the Father loves Him. As much as God loves His perfect Son, He loves us. Wow! Sinners loved as saints. Our imperfection swallowed up in His perfection. We, His children, hidden inside the life, death and resurrection of Christ. And when God looks at us, He sees His Son… and loves us like His Son. The same love the members of the Trinity share for one another is fully ours too!

    I also think about the poetic and beautiful language of the two hymns, “The Love Of God” and “Here is Love,” as responses to the demonstration of God’s love.

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