Darren and Jessie Clarke are leading worship at our church this morning. I’m super excited to hear their new single, “Your Love Endures.” I’ve been listening to these two lead worship for nearly ten years now and I’m still in awe of their talent. Darren has written some incredible worship songs, such as, “My Lord, My God” and “I Love Your Presence.” He wasn’t leading worship for a while, due in part to his work at Modern Music Academy, and beginning a family with his lovely wife, who’s voice is angelic. Seriously – angelic.
So, two things. It’s 7am now, so if you live within four hours of San Luis Obispo, CA – I suggest you get on the road now and you will have an opportunity to be lead in worship by these two. Secondly, whether you have a chance to hear it live or not, you should download their new single now, “Your Love Endures.”
Happy Sunday everyone.
So, last week I had strep. Of course it was at its worst the night of the Mat Kearney concert, which I took Jenn to. We got back, got on meds and I finally felt better after a few days. Now I’ve got this nasal congestion thing. Lame. Luckily it only lasted a few days. Today I feel fairly normal again. If you’re anything like Jenn and I, the first thing you want to do when you start feeling better is to clean your house. It’s like you can actually see the germs on the surfaces and simply cleaning them will make you feel normal again. So that’s how my weekend will be spent. Oh, and hopefully bottling this new Belgian Tripel that my friend and I brewed months ago. It’s going to be delicious. I would share it with you, but…well, it’s a logistical nightmare.
In other news, now that I’ve finished and released “The Necessity of Despair,” (soon to be on the iBook store) I get to focus on some other writing projects I’ve been neglecting. I’ve got two book ideas. One is an allegory, and the other is a….actually I’m not sure what it is. A book I guess. The premise is that Christians have a beautiful thing in salvation through grace, and it doesn’t need dressing up or better marketing. It will make more sense once I’ve figured it out ;)
Anyway, sorry for the scattered post. The Bean is sleeping and Jenn took Bubba to the store, so I’ve got about 15 of the most precious minutes known to parents. But now it’s time to clean the house. Later.