All posts tagged "Presentations"

Free benefit concert – this weekend!


If you’re near Tallahassee, Florida this Saturday… …please come out to the Cross International Benefit Concert hosted by Fisher Creek at Grace Baptist Church in Crawfordville, FL. Three bands, no tickets or cover charge, with food available for purchase. All donations support African orphan partners of Cross International. Details here. Facebook event page here. MySpace page here.


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Texas debut for Harmony of Hearts


Sunday, September 27, 2009 marked the debut of Harmony of Hearts in the great state of Texas. Rev. Thomas Park of Austin Korean Presbyterian, speaking on Mercy and Justice, incorporated a Harmony of Hearts presentation into his series concerning Core Values (other messages in the series are Outrageous Generosity and Community of Authenticity – click on links for free Mp3 download of message). Kudos to AKP for making Texas state #5 to host a Harmony of Hearts presentation. Contact me today to find out how you can present the responsibility and opportunity of God’s people serving the poor through music and worship. (5 down, 45 to go) (Photo cred:  AKP)


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Harmony of Hearts to debut in Tennessee


This weekend, would you please pray for Faith United Methodist Church in Memphis, Tennessee? Music director and worship leader Joyclyn Wilson will be presenting our song and video Believe.  Pastor Anthony Anderson will be preaching on “The Least of These.” I met Joyclyn at the National Worship Leader’s Conference in July, and God distinctly impressed upon her both the opportunity and need to serve the poor. Pray that the Lord will be pleased to use this small inner-city congregation to impact the poor, and that they will catch God’s vision for worship by serving ‘the least of these.’ From small acorns mighty oaks are raised. Thanks! (4 states down, 46 more to go)


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California debut for Harmony of Hearts


Crossroads Community Church in Rocklin held the first Harmony of Hearts event in the great state of California on Sunday, August 23. Pastor Harlyn Matson and I met at the Saddleback Worship Conference earlier this year, just before his trip to Burundi.  Upon viewing our music video, he immediately requested it for his church.  According to worship coordinator Mike Stonehill, there were few dry eyes in the service. Kudos to Dr. Matson and Crossroads Community for following God’s instruction for worship by serving the poor. To debut a Harmony of Hearts presentation in your area, click here.


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Harmony of Hearts debuts in Kansas


First Hmong Church of Kansas City held the first Harmony of Hearts presentation in the state of Kansas on August 9. Pang Yang (pictured) and I met at the National Worship Leader’s Conference in July, where she immediately caught the vision of being a music advocate for the poor. After Pang’s presentation, she had requests for our song Believe to be translated into the Hmong language. Thanks to Pang, Pastor Yang, and the First Hmong CMA Church in Kansas City for their vision to worship God by serving the poor. Can your church be the first in your state to debut a Harmony of Hearts presentation?  Click Here for free materials and more information.


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Kudos: New Community Bible Fellowship in Cleveland


A shout-out to New Community Bible Fellowship in Cleveland (Ohio) for their Harmony of Hearts presentation on June 28th. Music director Myron Davis and the worship team at NCBF presented our song and video Believe, demonstrating how God is meeting the needs of the poor through His people.  Our logo and website were also displayed on an overhead (nice touch Myron!) and our brochures were inserted in the bulletin. Myron says he was pleased and plans to use the song and video again this fall for a missions-themed service. Thanks to New Community Bible Fellowship in Cleveland for becoming a friend of the poorest of the poor through our free music materials. To order free worship music, videos and accompaniment tracks for your church that focus on serving the poor, click here.


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