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Songs: And Why We Sing Them

Summer 2014

"I Will Look Up"

Scott Mozingo • June 15, 2014

Scott Mozingo begins our Songs series by teaching through the lyrics of I Will Look Up. Though we are often dominated by our worries and fears, the presence of God grants perfect peace if we trust in Him.

"Look and See"

Harrison Bridge: Chris Curtis • June 22, 2014

In Western culture today, it may seem strange for people to gather in a room every week in order to sing songs together. To Christians, worship services are a completely normal occurrence, but how often do we stop and think about why we worship corporately and more specifically—why we are singing the songs we sing? This summer we want to further explore these ideas with you through the sermon series Songs And Why We Sing Them. In this series, we will study the rich theology behind nine of our corporate worship songs and highlight the intentionality of our corporate worship services. Our hope is that by examining and meditating on the Scripture resonated in each song, you will personally connect with its meaning and significance in your own life.

"Look and See"

Downtown: Josh Pedersen • June 22, 2014

In Western culture today, it may seem strange for people to gather in a room every week in order to sing songs together. To Christians, worship services are a completely normal occurrence, but how often do we stop and think about why we worship corporately and more specifically—why we are singing the songs we sing? This summer we want to further explore these ideas with you through the sermon series Songs And Why We Sing Them. In this series, we will study the rich theology behind nine of our corporate worship songs and highlight the intentionality of our corporate worship services. Our hope is that by examining and meditating on the Scripture resonated in each song, you will personally connect with its meaning and significance in your own life.

"Look and See"

Pelham: Daniel Moore • June 22, 2014

Daniel discusses the song "Look and See" where we are encouraged to lift our heads in confident praise because Jesus has secured our victory through redemption.

"Look and See"

Spartanburg: Jim Taylor • June 22, 2014

In Western culture today, it may seem strange for people to gather in a room every week in order to sing songs together. To Christians, worship services are a completely normal occurrence, but how often do we stop and think about why we worship corporately and more specifically—why we are singing the songs we sing? This summer we want to further explore these ideas with you through the sermon series Songs And Why We Sing Them. In this series, we will study the rich theology behind nine of our corporate worship songs and highlight the intentionality of our corporate worship services. Our hope is that by examining and meditating on the Scripture resonated in each song, you will personally connect with its meaning and significance in your own life.

"Song of Moses"

Pelham: Daniel Moore • June 29, 2014

Daniel Moore teaches through Exodus 15 on several attributes of God. Because God is Yahweh, our Conquering King, and our Mighty Warrior, we know that He is trustworthy and able to handle all things.

"Song of Moses"

Downtown: Josh Pedersen • June 29, 2014

In Western culture today, it may seem strange for people to gather in a room every week in order to sing songs together. To Christians, worship services are a completely normal occurrence, but how often do we stop and think about why we worship corporately and more specifically—why we are singing the songs we sing? This summer we want to further explore these ideas with you through the sermon series Songs And Why We Sing Them. In this series, we will study the rich theology behind nine of our corporate worship songs and highlight the intentionality of our corporate worship services. Our hope is that by examining and meditating on the Scripture resonated in each song, you will personally connect with its meaning and significance in your own life.

"Song of Moses"

Powdersville: Joey Altom • June 29, 2014

In Western culture today, it may seem strange for people to gather in a room every week in order to sing songs together. To Christians, worship services are a completely normal occurrence, but how often do we stop and think about why we worship corporately and more specifically—why we are singing the songs we sing? This summer we want to further explore these ideas with you through the sermon series Songs And Why We Sing Them. In this series, we will study the rich theology behind nine of our corporate worship songs and highlight the intentionality of our corporate worship services. Our hope is that by examining and meditating on the Scripture resonated in each song, you will personally connect with its meaning and significance in your own life.

"Song of Moses"

Spartanburg: Jim Taylor • June 29, 2014

In Western culture today, it may seem strange for people to gather in a room every week in order to sing songs together. To Christians, worship services are a completely normal occurrence, but how often do we stop and think about why we worship corporately and more specifically—why we are singing the songs we sing? This summer we want to further explore these ideas with you through the sermon series Songs And Why We Sing Them. In this series, we will study the rich theology behind nine of our corporate worship songs and highlight the intentionality of our corporate worship services. Our hope is that by examining and meditating on the Scripture resonated in each song, you will personally connect with its meaning and significance in your own life.

"God With Us"

Pelham: Dan Dather • July 6, 2014

God in your life brings peace, redemption, and hope. Jesus Christ in you will not leave you like you were without Him.

"God With Us"

Downtown: Ken Bickel • July 6, 2014

In Western culture today, it may seem strange for people to gather in a room every week in order to sing songs together. To Christians, worship services are a completely normal occurrence, but how often do we stop and think about why we worship corporately and more specifically—why we are singing the songs we sing? This summer we want to further explore these ideas with you through the sermon series Songs And Why We Sing Them. In this series, we will study the rich theology behind nine of our corporate worship songs and highlight the intentionality of our corporate worship services. Our hope is that by examining and meditating on the Scripture resonated in each song, you will personally connect with its meaning and significance in your own life.

"God With Us"

Harrison Bridge: Scofield Foster • July 6, 2014

In Western culture today, it may seem strange for people to gather in a room every week in order to sing songs together. To Christians, worship services are a completely normal occurrence, but how often do we stop and think about why we worship corporately and more specifically—why we are singing the songs we sing? This summer we want to further explore these ideas with you through the sermon series Songs And Why We Sing Them. In this series, we will study the rich theology behind nine of our corporate worship songs and highlight the intentionality of our corporate worship services. Our hope is that by examining and meditating on the Scripture resonated in each song, you will personally connect with its meaning and significance in your own life.

"God With Us"

Spartanburg: Mitch Miller • July 6, 2014

In Western culture today, it may seem strange for people to gather in a room every week in order to sing songs together. To Christians, worship services are a completely normal occurrence, but how often do we stop and think about why we worship corporately and more specifically—why we are singing the songs we sing? This summer we want to further explore these ideas with you through the sermon series Songs And Why We Sing Them. In this series, we will study the rich theology behind nine of our corporate worship songs and highlight the intentionality of our corporate worship services. Our hope is that by examining and meditating on the Scripture resonated in each song, you will personally connect with its meaning and significance in your own life.

"Come Thou Fount"

Bill White • July 13, 2014

Bill discusses the theological implications for worship in each verse of Robert Robinson's classic hymn.

"Dwell"

Bill White • July 20, 2014

Our declaration of faith is our allegiance to and confidence in God. We find our shelter in Jesus because He has defeated death and claimed victory.

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