Sedari Dulu – Tompi Covered by Jeni Karay

Kali ini bukan tentang perjalanan, atau timelapse waktu di tempat pariwisata. Kali ini Jeni posting tentang cover lagu yang secara tidak sengaja dibuat, waktu lagi nongkrong di salah satu kafe di Salatiga. Emang benar sih kata pepatah. Apa yang tidak direncanakan selalu berjalan lebih seru.

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Somewhere Only We Know

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I walked across an empty land
I knew the pathway like the back of my hand
I felt the earth beneath my feet
Sat by the river and it made me complete

I came across a fallen tree
I felt the branches of it looking at me
Is this the place we used to love?
Is this the place that I’ve been dreaming of?

And if you have a minute why don’t we go
Talk about it somewhere only we know?
This could be the end of everything,
So why don’t we go
Somewhere only we know?

Oh simple thing, where have you gone?
I’m getting old and I need someone to rely on
So tell me when you’re gonna let me in
I’m getting tired and I need somewhere to begin

And if you have a minute why don’t we go
Talk about it somewhere only we know?
‘Cause this could be the end of everything,
So why don’t we go
Somewhere only we know?
Somewhere only we know?

~Lilly Allen

10 Things I’ve Learned About Worship Leading

1. The difference between preparing and not preparing is MASSIVE.
Apart from knowing the songs and learning the lyrics, setting aside time to prepare my heart before God is the most important thing — it allows the Holy Spirit to speak, puts a verse on my heart, and gives me ideas.

2. Receive constructive feedback.
From those around you who have been doing this for longer than you. I want to lead people the best way I can each time, plus I don’t know everything so I need to remain humble and teachable.

SEE ALSO: 10 THINGS I’VE LEARNED ABOUT LEADING A CREATIVE TEAM (#11 IS MY FAVOURITE)

3. Have a plan.
If you don’t play an instrument, grab the Music Director, or a musician and together, figure out the keys of the songs you’ve chosen, any potential creative moments you might have, specific transitions, etc. That way you have a plan in place that has been practiced, but you also have flexibility to change if you feel to do so.

4. Have an opinion.
Especially if you’re a co-worship leader. When the senior worship leader asks you what you think of a song, idea, or moment – have something to contribute! You could have a great idea that no one has thought of yet.

5. Run your song list by someone else.
I always get a second eye to look over my list, just to make sure it’s the strongest and most relevant it can be. This can mean you may need to tailor a song list to a specific service and then tweak it slightly for the next one.

6. Don’t strive when you lead, but don’t step back either.
Lead with the authority that has been given to you. Yes, there is a spiritual weight to the platform, which includes the responsibility we have to lead people to Jesus, but lead confidently knowing you’ve been given the platform and entrusted by your pastors.

7. You will have a train wreck and you will be okay.
A close friend and mentor told me this and a week later, I had a beauty! Don’t stress – it keeps you humble and you learn from it, plus they make for great stories!

8. Watch, listen and learn every chance you get.
We never graduate from learning.

9.  Your primary service to the church is to lead them to the presence of God.
Don’t think for a second that worship leading is your moment to shine or preach, especially when you are taking ‘the gap’.  If it adds to the service and allows you to arrest the atmosphere, then do it; but if it takes away from Jesus and what your primary purpose is, leave it out.

10. Be yourself.
You are unique and God speaks to each of us differently, so lead accordingly. God has put something on your life, so lead from that place.

Source: http://hillsong.com/blogs/collected/2014/september/10-things-ive-learned-about-worship-leading#.VHOxq_mSwrU

Listening to Steady Heart (feat. Amanda Cook) by Steffany Gretzinger

I can’t see
What’s in front of me
Still I will trust You
Still I will trust You

Steady heart that keeps on going
Steady love that keeps on holding
Lead me on
Steady grace that keeps forgiving
Steady faith that keeps believing
Lead me on

Though the sky is dark
And the wind is wild
You’ll never leave me
You’ll never leave me

Though the night is long
There is a coming dawn
The light is breaking
The light is breaking

Steady heart that keeps on going
Steady love that keeps on holding
Lead me on
Steady grace that keeps forgiving
Steady faith that keeps believing
Lead me on

And as the dawn breaks
And the clouds clear
In an open space
Together we will run

#powerfulsong #brandnewsong
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Listening to Steady Heart (feat. Amanda Cook) by Steffany Gretzinger

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14 New Songs from Worship Artists You Need to Hear

A playlist to keep your fall going strong.

There has been no shortage of great new praise and worship releases in the last few months. Throw in some recent live performance videos and a few new singles from upcoming LPs, and you can create a nice little playlist.

Here’s our guide to 14 new songs from worship artists that you need to hear.

Kings Kaleidoscope – “I Know”

Becoming Who We Are

Liz Vice – “Abide”

Abide

Young Oceans – “Only You”

I Must Find You

Brady Toops – “By the River”

(Performance From the CloseUp.fm Tour, release Oct. 7)

John Mark McMillan – “Tongues of Fire”

Borderland (Acoustic in New Zealand released Oct. 7)

Martin Smith – “Emmanuel”

Back to the Start

Steffany Gretzinger – “Steady Heart”

The Undoing (Live performance released Oct. 11)

Crowder – “Come As You Are”

Neon Steeple (SerialBox Presents Performance Released Oct. 14)

Chris Tomlin – “Jesus Loves Me”

Love Ran Red Sessions

Planetshakers – “This Is Our Time”

This Is Our Time

Brandon Heath Ft. All Sons and Daughters – “No Turning Back”

No Turning Back

Christian Lewis – “If It’s Alright” (starts at 33:30)

Genesis

Desperation Band – “Banner”

Banner (Live performance released Oct. 14)

Jon Guerra – “I Will Follow”

Glass

Source: http://www.relevantmagazine.com/culture/14-new-songs-worship-artists-you-need-hear