Posts Tagged ‘Worship Leading’

Tonight at LifePoint Church I am leading worship in three services. The title of this blog says it all. Here are the set lists.

Direct Connect (MS) / CRAVE (HS)

Marvelous Light – Charlie Hall

Glorified – Jared Anderson

Beautiful One – Tim Hughes

–Baptism Celebration–

Rescue – Desperation Band

Our God Saves – Paul Baloche


Salvation Is Here – Hillsong United

God Has Come – New Life Worship

O Praise Him – David Crowder

Beautiful the Blood – FEE

Yahweh – New Life Worship

Tonight is gonna be MEGA GOD!

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If you are involved in any kind of ministry, especially worship music ministry, you have probably been impacted to some degree or at least heard the song “Healer” by Mike Gugliemucci. The song was featured on Hillsong’s latest album “This Is Our God” and has created tremendous hope and drawn many people to truly believe that nothing is impossible for our God, and that He is reliable and He is enough.

Today an article was published in Australia stating that Mike Gugliemucci faked the terminal illness he claimed he wrote the song about.

I personally have not led this song. Yet. I don’t think that the fact that he faked the illness will keep me from leading the song. The song is powerful. The song is true. This incident proves that no one is too high to fall and that God can use and song in spite of the messenger being jacked up.

I am praying for Mike’s family. I am praying for the people that have been affected by the song. I am praying for hearts that will want to hold this against him.

Our God is a God of second chances, and we should respond with love. Jesus has already forgiven him.

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Lord willing every week on Tuesday I am going to post my worship set list for the following evening when I lead worship with the students at FBCSmyrna. Also included in the post will also be how I am specifically praying for the Holy Spirit to work in our students and volunteers attending the service. If you are reading this with me on Tuesdays then I would encourage to take 30 seconds and read over how You can pray for us on that night. I am excited. I think this is going to be cool and better than posting just my set list every week. What is my set list unless the Holy Spirit moves? A waste of time. That being said, here is Set List For Tomorrow #1:

The title of our current series is “Fully Devoted.” We are teaching students exactly how to be fully devoted to Christ. Last week we sang songs where we proclaimed that Christ is “the truth, the life, way” (Marvelous Light – Charlie Hall) and also simply sang “this world has nothing for me, I will follow You” (Rescue – Jared Anderson). This week I wanted to take a different approach. I want students to know that our God is a God that is WORTHY to be fully devoted to. You are the Lord of All. My God is Mighty to Save. Beautiful Jesus. Beautiful Saviour. Nothing is Greater. Those are some of the lyrics we will sing tomorrow night. I am praying students will be engaged and that both them and I will rest in the time of worship we have together. That I won’t look forward to the next song or rush a transition. That they won’t think about what they are going to do after the service. That WE could REST and take in every second and allow the Holy Spirit to work through the straight up praise of His people.

Father, would prepare my heart and students’ hearts even now for tomorrow night. Let us drop our baggage at the door. As we lift You high, bring Your saving and healing power. Father, would you raise up students in this generation ready to be fully devoted to You and ready to change our world. May they always know that You are worthy of being fully devoted to and who You are and what You have done demands a response. May they choose to respond to You in giving their lives fully to You. You are alone are good. You alone are trustworthy. You alone have made a way. In your name, Jesus, I ask and pray. Amen.

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Several weeks ago I was riding around in a car with David McCaman (boss and friend) preparing to film a promotional video for a car wash fundraiser for the students at FBCSmyrna. Myself and Canaan Chapman (my intern buddy) went through an automated car wash in the bed of a Ford Ranger. The water is surprising cold in those things and the spinning brushes don’t really hurt. I washed my hair in one. Here is the video.

I took one thing away from the day, and it had nothing to do with a car wash or making a video.

In the car on the way back to the church David asked me a question that has been echoing in my head since that day.

What is next? (regarding corporate worship/the worship genre/service programming)

Being a 19 year old worship leader/intern I almost feel unqualified to answer, but I am passionate about what I get to do and ready to be stretched and ready to grow and ready to be used. When he asked me I was unprepared to answer. I don’t even remember what I said. But since that day I have asked myself several times “Scott, What is next?” Soon I will post a few things I have come up with.

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