You have a place here to sing…

Yesterday we had our bi-monthly lunch meeting with those interested in joining our church. It's always a great time as we get to know our new folks and those new folks get a chance to meet the staff and other leadership of our church. I'm always amazed at the diversity of talents given to each… Continue reading You have a place here to sing…

The Mission of the Church should Mirror my Newly Expanded Family.

I'm going to depart from my normal blog post, since a very important event (a celebration really) happened this past weekend. My Dad got re-married this past weekend in my hometown of Enterprise, AL to a wonderful lady, my new step-mom, Suzanne. What a joy it was for my brother Allen and me to officiate… Continue reading The Mission of the Church should Mirror my Newly Expanded Family.

Evidence that choir members understand the value of being in an Intergenerational Choir

The past few blog posts have centered on the leader and their role in the process of leading and serving an intergenerational choir. However, we realize they certainly can't lead an intergenerational choir without singers and players to lead. Today, I will discuss some of the evidence I found in my research pointing to practical… Continue reading Evidence that choir members understand the value of being in an Intergenerational Choir