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Let Us Not Forget

Beginning Monday, November 1, the FREE download of the month will be the mp3 for the brand new song "Holy is the Lord Most High". You will also be able to go to the store area of this site and purchase the lead sheet, accompaniment track, read the song history, and find the lyrics.



Night of Worship in Colorado Springs

Dear Friends,
I wanted to let everyone know about a special monthly event taking place in Colorado Springs and at the same time to ask you to help get the word out to all your Colorado connections. My friend, Matthew Ward (member of the legendary Christian band, 2nd Chapter of Acts) will be leading. Here is the invitation in his own words:

I just wanted to let everyone know that this Saturday April 18th I’ll be leading
my second “Community Night of Worship” with full band.

Last month's night of worship was wonderful. I know that I personally
experienced, in a beautiful way, the presence of the Lord.

I strongly believe the Lord wants to use these nights of worship to bring
healing, restoration, and a sense of spiritual focus, to our community.

I will be leading these worship nights every 3rd Saturday of the Month.


(Discovery Canyon High School)
1810 North Gate Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO, 80921
Time: 6:30 P.M.

Hope you can come, and bring some folks with you, it’s open to everyone!!
Matthew Ward

Please help Matthew get the word out by contacting everyone you know in Colorado Springs and the surrounding areas.

The Language of Worship

Monday, January 5, 2009
The Language of Worship

I will give thanks to You, O Lord, among the peoples;
I will sing praises to You among the nations.
Psalm 57:9 NASB

I led worship for a group of about 3,000 today. What was so amazing – besides the sheer joy of leading worship for ANY group of ANY size – was that 60% of those worshipping were from somewhere other than the US. Many were from African nations or Asian nations…and everywhere in between! Although the words were not displayed the heart of worship was evident. As I sang about Jesus coming again the crowd stood to their feet in adoration of the King of Kings. That moment transcended language. When I asked for those who needed to know whether it was going to be all right in a certain area of their lives, hundreds stood. Need for the assurance of God’s sovereignty transcended national boundaries. Even though we were not from similar cultures and did not speak the same earthly language, we all spoke the language of worship – hearts turned toward God in complete surrender and all desiring deeper relationship with our Creator. Pretty cool.