InChoirer

Sanctuary Choir & Orchestra,
Yep, you guessed it, we are 4 weeks away from Easter and Tenebrae service but "do not be fretted (is that a word)."
We are pulling out some favorites for Tenebrae and Easter Sunday but we need YOU tonight as we prepare.
Also, we begin work on High Lonesome Bluegrass Mass tonight as we prepare to sing at the Mable Amphitheatre May 5, 2017 (website with music to be ready by late tonight).
You might be able to hear some snippets from the Resound CD recording tonight. The editing is going well all because you all were AMAZING!!!! The ending result will blow your minds!


Love ya'll
Lee



Sunday's Anthems (click on each anthem to listen)

March 19 - Isn't the Name
March 26 - Better Than Life 
April 2- Power of the Cross
April 9 - Jesus Paid It All
April 16 - This Blood
April 23 - Cross of Love
April 30 - Arise, My Soul Arise
May 7 - One True God

 



Sunday's Congregational Worship for March 19

Indescrible
God of Wonders
Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross
The Power of the Cross
Whiter Than Snow
 


 


Tenebrae Service, April 14 / 7:00pm


Sanctuary Choir & Orch. Song titles... (right click and "save link as" or simply click and listen)

 
>The Blood Medley - Sam Colvert, solo
>Jesus Paid It All - Choir
>Power of the Cross - Johnson - Choir & Orch (Choir - Believe It book #31 / Orch -285)
>Power of the Cross - Handbells
>Arise, My Soul Arise - Choir and violin solo
>Cross of Love - Choir & Orchestra (on the server......music/orchestra/scores/cross of love)
>Listen to the Hammer Ring (w/orch) - LC on solo


SOPRANO 1
(Click Here)

SOPRANO 2
(Click Here)

ALTO 1
(Click Here)

ALTO 2
(Click Here)

TENOR 1
(Click Here)

TENOR 2
(Click Here)

BASS 1
(Click Here)

BASS 2
(Click Here)

 

Helpful aids for parents/grandparents of teenagers...

“But watch out! Be careful never to forget what you yourself have seen. Do not let these memories escape from your mind as long as you live! And be sure to pass them on to your children and grandchildren. Deuteronomy 4:9

      The battle over our students is great and we, as parents, must take the lead in teaching truth to our children. Sunday school is the next best thing but is second to our responsiblities as mom, dad, grandad &grandma.
      Needing answers those troubling questions that face or in some cases swallow our students up?

       Question/statements like "what is truth.....is there any truth?" -- "I want to have an abortion." -- "all religions lead to God." -- "what are the parameters for sex?" -- "My friend is an athiest" -- "
 
Here are some websites that can steer you in the right direction and point you to a Biblical model:

www.josh.org (Josh McDowell Ministry)
http://www.olivetree.com/  (Bible software for computers/cellphones)
http://www.seanmcdowell.org/index.php (Son of Josh McDowell/ Christian apologetics)  
http://www.barna.org/topics/teens-nextgen
www.focusonthefamily.com
 


“Living with Teenagers” provided by LifeWay Church Resources.

This is a great magazine for parents, provided by most churches through a subscription service.  If it not available at your church, talk with your church administrator or education director about receiving it.  There is also a version for parents with younger children and preschoolers.

Visit www.lifeway.com/magazines  for more information on this great magazine for parents of teenagers.


A recent, in-depth study of the adolescent brain…
Ever wanted to know what your teenager is really thinking.  Click on the link below to go directly to a study that provides up-to-date research on the adolscent brain, including some new, cutting edge discoveries.  The study is sponsored by Teenpregnancy.org.  Quite interesting…
www.teenpregnancy.org/resources/reading/pdf/BRAIN.pdf
http://www.prolifetraining.com    (Scott Klusendorff’s site)


The Power of Music and its Effect on Youth
Stanford news recently published an articles by Kathleen O’Toole reviewing a recent book, It’s Not Only Rock and Roll, on the the power of pop music on youth culture.  It discusses how youth use music, male vs. female appeal in music, warning labels, and MTV.  Click the link below to view the full article.
www.stanford.edu/dept/news/pr/97/971023teenmusic.html