During this Holiday season people all around the U.S. just seem to be a little nicer, a little more generous and a little more Joyful. ‘Tis the Season to be Jolly Fa la la la and all that Jazz. This holiday season, especially Christmas, emphasizes Peace, Love and Happiness!!

The Holiday season is one my favorite times of the year! I love seeing Christmas lights and the smell of Christmas trees. I also love the act of giving to one another while remembering the ultimate gift to the world which is the birth of Jesus, and that we have the opportunity to go back in time and experience the story of him being born and all the great things he’d do, based on our interpretation when we reading the Bible.

But I want to focus on the word Peace.

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Songfest was truly a blessing and it sure was inspiring. Usually when you think of a Fest short for (festival), there is an emphasis on a particular topic, but each representative gives the topic their own unique twist. Though many of them have their own thing going, they are all still there for the same purpose. So my thinking when it comes to SONGFEST at Singing Oaks Church of Christ was just that! A celebration with songs that glorify and praise God. Different styles, cultures and sounds coming together just to share the goodness of God in their lives with people they’ve probably never met. The weekend was also an example of God moving in our church, past the point of just doing church and making sure we get through a checklist, but relying on the Holy Spirit to make these songs that we’ve always sung completely brand new! The Spirit can blow your mind if you let it. You see, we serve a God that can do the impossible and give us a feeling that is powerful like no other.

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Every morning I wake up, say a prayer of thanksgiving, a prayer protection throughout the day and lastly a prayer of intentionality in the kingdom. I also talk to myself and lately my emphasis have been on being who God wants me to be Passionately. Anything that I do has to be done with Passion! No questions asked. Anything that I say has to come from a place of enthusiasm, excitement etc.

My Christian life and relationship with Christ have always given me hope. I grew up in the church, went to church every Sunday and most days of the week. My family’s foundation was built on faith. Because of this I always assumed that I had a relationship with God. Because my mother was someone who studied the word and prayed a lot, this automatically made me right with God? No that’s absolutely wrong.

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In a world of catch phrases and repeated quotes, I have always come across T-shirt’s, mugs and other merchandise that said P.U.S.H. and the Push stood for “Pray Until Something Happens”. As a child, I knew what praying was, but the only issue that I can look back on was the simple fact that I had no intentionality when I prayed. It was just something I watched my Mother do, so I decided to follow her footsteps.

My Mom was a redeemed Christian woman who had overcome many bad habits she picked up in her teen years. She was very involved in church and taught me and my siblings the importance of prayer. It wasn’t until I was about 13 years old that I realized what the premise of this praying thing was. My mom’s friend who I’d become very connected to, passed away and this idea of someone dying really did me in. A trance of misunderstanding because at this point in my life I thought when we prayed God always granted our wishes. So If God answered prayers then why did he let Alberta die? This was exactly what I asked my mother and it was then that she gave the rundown on prayer. She told me that we can pray different type of prayers, a prayer of healing, a prayer of thankfulness, a prayer restoration etc, but she said that we should be mindful of “God’s will.”

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For His Glory, I Will Do Anything

As worship ministers and leaders we all have those in ministry we admire and learn from. One of my favorite mainstream worship leaders is Tasha Cobbs Leonard. I admire her because of her heart for God. You can see the love of God through her presentation. Her songs emphasize the idea of longing to be in God’s presence. I think about Ross’ sermon on Sunday March 11, 2018 and him saying that if we don’t acknowledge the miracles that God has performed in our lives, no matter how big or how small they are, then it becomes just about us and things we’ve done. This kind of idea completely takes away the Glory from God and places a spotlight on us. I believe that everything is God and God is everything. From the trees to the way the wind blows is all God, from the colors in the forest and its beauty, He is everywhere and without him we are nothing. So because he is the exact creator of our existence, why not give him all of the Glory?

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9:30 - Worship (English Service)
10:10 - Bible Class (Birth to 8th grade following the Kid's church time until the end of service)
11:00 - Worship (Spanish Service)

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6:30 - Celebrate Recovery

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