Monday, October 27, 2014

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday - October 26, 2014

Yesterday concluded our 2014 Stewardship Season at Oak Mountain.  It's a great time to be reminded of the need for surrender - not just with finances, but with our daily lives, and those things that are most dear to us....

We opened with Awake My Soul.

After our call to worship we sang Shelter, I Lift My Hands, Hungry, and Be Thou My Vision.

Our offering song was This is Amazing Grace, and our pledge offering song was Waiting Here for You.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday - October 19, 2014

Hard to believe that we're over half-way through October already.

Relentless - God's love is relentless.  The song we sang in the middle of our set repeats those words, over and over again.  Sure - it may be a "7/11 song" - singing the same 7 words, 11 times, but at least for me, I need to be reminded over and over again that God's love and pursuit after me is relentless even when I fail, time and time again.  So I have zero problem with us singing "Your love is relentless, your love is relentless, your love is relentless, your love is relentless..."

Regardless of HOW you struggle this morning - either with thinking you're good enough that God loves you, or that you've failed enough that God doesn't - would you be reminded that God's love is relentless, and is working to bring His glory to completion in you

We opened yesterday with White Flag.

After our call to worship we sang Arise, Relentless, How Firm a Foundation, and Oceans.

Our offering song was a new tune from Christy Nockels called Let it Be Jesus.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday - October 12, 2014

We're well into October here at Oak Mountain, which means college football, fall breaks and stewardship season!

We opened our time of worship yesterday with The Church's One Foundation

After our call to worship we sang Forever, Here for You, Lead Me to the Cross, and Jesus Paid it All.

Our offering song was To Him - a hymn rewrite that I did a few years ago.

Join us this Wednesday night from 6-7 as we continue to prepare for our Christmas worship service - Dec 14th.

Check out the video that we showed yesterday highlighting some exciting mercy efforts in Birmingham!




Monday, October 06, 2014

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday - October 5, 2014

What a GREAT Sunday, a great time of worship, and a great time looking back over 25 years for OMPC and ministry.  We had a wonderful turnout for our reunion choir.  If you're still wanting to get involved for Christmas - now is a wonderful time to join us.

We opened yesterday with Everlasting God

After our call to worship we sang Come Christians Join to Sing, Forever Reign, Agnus Dei, and Revelation Song - led by Carlee Green

Our offering song was 10,000 Reasons.

Check out the two videos that we showed yesterday...

Our History...



Our Stories...



Monday, September 29, 2014

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday - September 28, 2014

So great to back with OMPC yesterday.  My wife and I got to take a great week of vacation, but it's always good to return and worship with our church family.

We opened yesterday with Relentless.

After our call to worship we sang Hosanna, Come Thou Fount, You Alone Can Rescue, and Love is War.

Our offering song was a GREAT tune from Tommy Walker called Where You Are.

Join us next week for our 25th Anniversary!  And if you've ever sung with us in choir before - come join us for our reunion choir!  Call time 7:30AM.

Monday, September 22, 2014

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday - September 21, 2014

I was out yesterday, but Jenny Pruitt did an awesome job filling in.  It's a true blessing to be able to be out, knowing that the bases are covered so well.

Jenny and the team opened with Our God Saves.

After the call to worship they sang O Worship the King, Never Let Go, Great is Thy Faithfulness, and You Alone.

The offering song was an original tune from Jenny called Through.  Look for it soon on iTunes!

Monday, September 15, 2014

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday - September 14, 2014

God's love never fails.  I love the way the writer of "One Thing Remains" strayed from the syncopation and rhythmic nature of the verse - to land with solid quarter notes at the end with "this one… thing…."

It serves as a reminder for me that regardless of what's going on, God's love for us through Christ is THE one thing that will never fail, never give up on me….

We opened yesterday with a new setting that I wrote to The Church's One Foundation.

After our call to worship we sang You Lifted Me Out, One Thing Remains, Rejoice the Lord is King, and Jesus Only Jesus.

Our offering song was Everything by Tim Hughes.  Great tune.