Sunday Set List – 7/11/10

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Today Is The DayLincoln Brewster

Everlasting GodLincoln Brewster

PureGateway Church/Kari Jobe

Hiding PlaceNew Life Worship/Jared Anderson

Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus – Invitation/Altar call

 

I stepped away from blogging over the last couple of months.  Summer time-Family time-Down time. But I’m excited to be back in my blogging chair! 

I was very pleased with our worship service on Sunday. As you can see, we had a Lincoln Brewster kick-off to the morning. And even though we were without our drummer, those songs provided great energy and some awesome praise to the King!

The song “Pure”, by Gateway is one of my favorites. And LeAnn always sings the Kari Jobe stuff that we do so beautifully! This one is a staple in our rotation, and it was a great moment of worship on Sunday.

I run to You when my heart is weak
I cling to You, You’re all I seek
It’s my heart’s desire to be close to You
Here in Your arms I find my strength

 

And Hiding Place, by Jared Anderson was a sweet, closing moment to our worship time. God is our hiding place. I love Psalm 46: “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.” Dictionary.com says that ‘refuge’ means – shelter or protection from danger, trouble. It’s so vitally important for us all to realize how real, and how tangible our ‘hiding place’ or our ‘refuge’ is in the Lord. And I love how the chorus of this song stayed in theme with the chorus of ‘Pure’.

I will run to the hiding place
I will run to the hiding place
Draw me ever closer to look upon Your face
I will run to the hiding place
 

I hope you had an intimate time of worshiping our Lord and Savior during your worship service. Would you comment below, and share any special moments you had in your church service, or with the Lord in general this week?

And if this sort of blog post interests you, you will love the Sunday Setlist section over at The Worship Community! Be sure to check it out!  

Wayne-

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Sunday Set List – 5/17/10

Daybreak Baptist church

Trading My Sorrows Darrell Evans

You, You Are GodGateway Worship

The Heart Of Worship/Here I Am To WorshipMatty Redman/Hillsong

He Knows My NameTommy Walker

Order of Service – PCO

This week was nice. We had piano, keys, and drums. And we only had three vocalists. It was a nice minimalistic sound. We combined The Heart Of Worship and Here I Am To Worship in a medley that went really well together. We sang T.H.O.W. through the first chorus, repeated the chorus, and then flowed seamlessly into the chorus of H.I.A.T.W. It was great!

And we did He Knows My Name for the first time at our church. I love this song! It had a nice gospel feel to it, and Jason, our pianist did a great job of adding that element to the song.

Overall, it was an awesome morning of worship! Please comment below and tell me what you think, and what you did at your church last week.

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Sunday Set List – 5/2/10

Daybreak Baptist Church

CHOIR – Praise Him

Mighty To Save – Hillsong

Draw Me Close – Hillsong

It Is Well – Hymn

Made Me Glad – Hillsong

This was a Hillsong weekend!  We had a great time singing old and new Hillsong worship music! And our church loved the music this week.

Thanks for stopping by my blog! Be sure and check out what other churches did in their worship services on Sunday over at The Worship Community!

God bless!

Sunday Set List – 4/25/10

Daybreak Baptist Church

Glory To God Forever Steve Fee

All Creatures Of Our God And King – LCMS Gathering Band

God Of This City – Bluetree

Amazing Grace My Chains Are Gone – Chris Tomlin

Hiding Place – Jared Anderson

A lot of our women were out at the coast on a Women’s Retreat this weekend, including my wife LeAnn, who normally co-leads the worship services with me. So today was a bit different than usual. But it turned out great! It was a dynamic set, and even though we had fewer people in church today, due to the retreat, the worship was awesome.

We introduced a new song, Hiding Place by the Desperation Band and Jared Anderson. I think the church really liked it. Very nice addition to our rotation!

What music did you guys worship with this morning? Please comment below!

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Sunday Set List – 4/11/10

Daybreak Baptist Church

Pre-Service

My Savior LivesNew Life Worship

Service

Better Is One Day/I Could Only ImagineMatt Redman/Mercy Me

Son Of GodStarfield

When I Speak You Name/Pure Gateway Church/Kari Jobe

I’m late putting up our set-list! Sorry folks!

This was one of those services for me. One of THOSE services! I thought a lot went wrong. There were a lot of little mistakes on my part. Little mistakes on LeAnn’s part. But… and this is a big BUT… as the service went on I could tell that no one was fazed by them at all. Our church was worshiping the Lord! And I was so convicted right there on the stage, as we sang. My focus had been on details and technical issues that were held over from the pre-service run through, and I had failed to put those things aside in my mind and heart to do the one thing God had called me to do that morning – to lay everything aside and worship Him. I choked back the tears I felt and put it all down… and worshiped God.

I’m so thankful that God loves me in my imperfection. That He still calls me to do this even though I get it so wrong sometimes. He is a gracious and loving God, and He is so immensely worthy of our praise, worship, and adoration.

Thanks to all of you who read my blog. I really appreciate your comments. They are encouraging and bless me. So if you feel like it, please comment below and tell me what you did on Sunday at your church. Then go check out The Worship Community to read what others like us did at their churches.

May God richly bless you today!

Sunday Set List – Easter 2010

Daybreak Baptist Church

He Is Risen, HallelujahChoir
My Savior LivesGateway Church
You Thought Of UsChoir
Worthy Is The Lamb Hillsong
Revelation SongGateway Church

Our Easter service was A-MA-ZING!

This was our first time singing My Savior Lives, and it was HIGH ENERGY! I loved that song! And we combined Worthy Is The Lamb and Rev Song into a power medley that sent our church into a deep attitude of worship. I was so touched by the whole service. Everything went perfectly. Praise God!

Our Pastor’s message was also amazing! We are so blessed to have such wise and dynamic teaching every Sunday.

Please comment below and tell me what you did at your church this Easter Sunday morning. And be sure to also visit The Worship Community to check out what other churches and worship leaders did, as well!

Happy Easter, everyone!

Sunday Set List – 3/7/10

We had a blast this Sunday! We led worship at two different churches! Here are our set-lists!

Daybreak Baptist Church

Pre-Service

The Lord Reigns – Gateway

Service

Today Is The Day – Lincoln Brewster

Better Is One Day – Matt Redman

Healer – Hillsong

All The Way My Savior Leads Me – Chris Tomlin

First Presbyterian

Contemporary Service

How Great Thou Art – Paul Baloche

Glorious One – Steve Fee

Praise The Father Praise The Son – Chris Tomlin

Wonderful Merciful Savior – Selah

O The Blood – Hillsong

Amazing Grace My Chains Are Gone – Chris Tomlin

So we finished our set at Daybreak at 10:30am, ran out to my truck, then jammed across town to be on-stage at First Pres. before the 11am start time of their service! LOL! It was pretty crazy! But I’ll tell you this, God was glorified in both of those services! That was the most fun I’ve had in a while! It was stressful as heck for me, personally, but it was a blast watching my wife, because she is so gifted for this stuff! So I should say, I was a stress ball who was having a blast!

What did you guys do at your church on Sunday? Please comment below! Then head over to The Worship Community to see what a lot of other churches did for their worship services!

Sunday Set List – 2/28/10

Daybreak Baptist Church

Your Grace Is Enough – Chris Tomlin

Jesus Messiah – Chris Tomlin

No Sweeter Name – Kari Jobe

(Invitation) The More I Seek You – Kari Jobe

We were without our drummer today. So I ended up playing, but only on No Sweeter Name. The dynamics in that song could not have been achieved without the drums. So, aside from that, we went without any hiccups today!

Please comment below and let me know what you did at your church! And be sure to head over to TheWorshipCommunity.com to check out other Sunday Setlists from other worship leaders around the world!

Sunday Set List – 2/7/10

Pre-Service

God Of This City – Bluetree

Today Is The Day – Lincoln Brewster

Service

Better Is One Day/I Can Only Imagine medley – Matt Redman/Mercy Me

All Creatures Of Our God And King – LCMS Gathering Band

Revelation Song – Gateway Worship

Walk-Out

Better Is One Day/I Can Only Imagine medley – Matt Redman/Mercy Me

We have started back with the Pre-Service music, at the suggestion from our Pastor. It’s humorous, though, because our church really is confused by it still. Some people just look up at the stage with this bewildered look on their face, that screams, “What do we do now?” LOL! But we’re convinced that the more we do this instead of playing a CD before the service, the more people will get what it is… enhanced background music. Do you play Pre-Service music? If so, how does your church respond to it?

My favorite song of the set this week was the Better Is One Day/I Can Only Imagine medley! We played Better Is One Day through the bridge, then one more time through the chorus, and then our pianist started that unmistakable piano ‘lead in’ from I Can Only Imagine while the drummer kept the same beat and tempo from Better Is One Day. We started right into the chorus of I Can Only Imagine… “Surrounded by Your glory, what will my heart feel? Will I dance for You Jesus, or in awe of You be still?” We sang the chorus through two times, and then went right back into the last part of Better Is One Day… “better is one day, better is one day, better is one day, than thousands elsewhere”. Then we brought it way down and ended quietly, and worshipfully on the chorus! It flowed really well, and our church worshiped to it in a powerful way.

What did your church sing on Sunday? Please leave a comment below and let us know! 🙂

Blessings!

Wayne