It’s rare that you experience a service where every hand is lifted before the Lord. I’m pretty sure that happened in both our 9:00 & 10:45 services. I spoke on “Lifting Your Hands in Worship” and people responded to this Biblical directive. I don’t write this to brag about our congregation or our worship. I write this in joy, because God deserves it! I’ll share the content of the teaching in tomorrow‘s blog.
On Sunday night our Kid’s Choir performed their re-scheduled performance. These children were so sweet, talented and loving! It was nice to move this performance to a Sunday night. Even though lots of relatives created a huge Sunday morning attendance in past years, we found that it didn’t serve the purposes we desired for either the performance or the congregation. Moving it to a Sunday night created the family event for those who desired to participate.
In between the morning service and the Kid’s Choir performance, I took the boys to their first Titan game. We had a great time, and the Titans snapped a 6 game losing streak. Still, the enthusiasm of competition didn’t compare to the exhilaration of worshipping God with my church family.