Posts Tagged Music
Jason, Lylia Bennett, and Ruby Arnold.
Please email me your mailing addresses and I will ship your CDs ASAP. Congats to the winners, and thank you everyone who entered.
It’s not too late to enter The City Harmonic Autographed CDs giveaway, and if you share the contest on facebook, twitter or on a blog today, I’ll give you two (2) extra chances to win for each place you share this.
Just comment on the main contest page and let me know where all you have shared. Good luck!
To enter, all you have to do is leave me a comment below with your name. You will get extra entries for sharing this contest on facebook, twitter, or posting about it on your blog. Just let me know you posted it here or on my facebook page.
I will announce the winners Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at approximately 5pm CST. This contest is open to US mailing addresses only. Winners must email me a mailing address using the contact form above.
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But wait, there’s more. The City Harmonic will also be leading worship for EFC’s two Sunday morning services (9am & 11am) that morning.
Tickets for the concert are $5 in advance, $10 at the door. Hurry up and get your tickets, this will sell out fast. Or, come worship with us Sunday morning for free. You won’t be disappointed.
Find The City Harmonic LIVE at EFC event on facebook.
The concert is October 17, 2010 @ 7pm in Sweetwater, Texas at the Sweetwater High School Auditorium. It is probably the biggest concert in recent memory in Sweetwater.
Tickets are $5 in advance or $10 at the door, or, if you’re lucky, you can win them by clicking “Like” on my campaign facebook page, “Share” the link, and let me know you did so in the comment section on the campaign facebook page.
Anyone is eligible, but if you’re not going to be in the Sweetwater, TX area on that date, pass this info along to someone who might be.
You can also purchase tickets through Emmanuel Fellowship Church.
It’s an interesting mix of original music and scripture reading. It is not a traditional music CD. But it is a refreshing worship CD.
It’s great for prayer, meditation, reading, driving, and just about everything except head banging (for those times when you just have to bang your head).
You can order All Things New online for just $10. It’s well worth the modest price.
If you are still undecided, you can also listen to a short snippet here: Listen to “Sleeping”
By the way, if any of you know of a better service for uploading music files, please let me know.
My readers know I do my best to bring the body of Christ together rather than to divide it, but there are still sources within the body of which we need to beware and be aware. Like where we develop our theology, doctrine, and overall belief system. Might I just suggest “5 Sources of Bad Theology”:
5. Television – I don’t mean TV preachers (although that is certainly a potential source, but, on the whole, they’re not bad), I mean television that is loosely about Christianity. And I love it. I watch the History and History International channels almost religously, but I rarely make it through a program without hearing a narrator say something like, “…as Christians believe.” No wonder people think we’re nuts.
4. Bumper Stickers – Stuff like “My boss is a Jewish Carpenter” always makes me chuckle. Really? Mine isn’t. My Lord and Savior might have been a carpenter or mason, but I don’t think we know that for sure. His earthly step-dad was, but I think it is pretty clear from scripture that Jesus was a rabbi. Now He’s our High Priest and a whole host of other really cool labels, but not “Carpenter.” How about this one, “The Best Vitamin for Christians is B1″? Shouldn’t that be the prescription for “non-Christians”?
3. T-shirts – see above.
2. Blogs – Gotcha! I don’t mean our blogs of course, I mean bloggers who set up straw-man Christian positions to argue against. A loving God wouldn’t do this, this contradicts that, yada, yada, yada. You know what I mean. And shame on us Christians for taking the bait. Arguing to disprove a lie is not the same as arguing from truth.
1. Christian Music – Now, admittedly, I listen. Our church’s worship service is contemporary, and I thoroughly enjoy it and approve of it. But, I don’t think I would trust my child’s Christian education to many contemporary Christian lyricists. I won’t offend by direct quotation, but I’m sure you know what I mean.
As you may know, I personally prefer thinlines and compact Bibles for day-to-day use. But, my wife regularly reads her NIV Life Application Study Bible, which is 5lbs. if it’s an ounce. So, my baby definitely “got book.”
This is pretty darn funny, especially if you remember Sir Mix a Lot and his classic (which I never listened to, but I did hear about it from friends )
“So your girl likes paperback?
Well, I ain’t down with that.”
Thanks to my sister-in-law for the tip. Enjoy!