Sunday morning recap…
January 21, 2008
Here’s what happened at Fellowship this Sunday morning:
*We finished the last in a 3 part series called “The Road” The final signpost was Obedience.
*I quoted from the rule book of my alma mater. Here’s one of the rules:
The following types of music are not permitted:
a. Current popular music – Translation: Any music you like, you can’t listen to
b. Jazz, rock, rap, folk, “Nashville” type, or new age music
c. Religious music performed in the folk, western
rock, or gospel rock style
d. Soundtracks from movies rated PG-13, PG, or below
Because the easy-listening music on local radio stations is consistently rock music, the only station
we recommend in (City) is 89.5 Rejoice Radio. (which they own)
*We don’t obey God to make Him happy, we obey Him because He loves us and has our best interest in mind.*I’m sitting on the couch arguing with Carie over which of us is better at Guitar Hero while she strums away at the song “Mississippi Queen” on Guitar Hero III. Frankly I think she’s right. She’s better. Sweet, this is the part where the guitar solo goes nuts!
*The band was good yesterday. Josh led worship for the last time before he moves back to Texas, because everything is bigger in Texas. He did great and their version of “Make a joyful noise/I will not be silent was outstanding.
*Orange Conference 2008 in April, huh? Any takers?
*Someone told me last week was an excellent blogging week. I can only hope to repeat whatever made it excellent this week.
*We started right on time yesterday (9:30 and 11:00 am), a habit we’ll be repeating from now on, but it was amazing how there was hardly anyone in the room when we started our service, but people trickled in for the next 15 minutes.
*Our next series is called “The Atom Bomb” We’ll be focusing on the area that I believe makes Fellowship Church different from every other church in Worcester county. It’s going to be awesome! See you next Sunday Morning @ Fellowship.
*I can’t believe I have to put up with all this Patriots mania stuff. Go Celtics!
Until next time…