Good morning South Africa!
So last night at band rehearsal we worked through “Waiting here for You” and it was so rad. Love the song!
I like the way it starts off pretty gently, builds at the bridge then pumps full blast in the last chorus.
Such a great song to lead!
If you’re keen to lead it, grab the music sheets here and watch these super helpful tutorial videos.
Waiting Here for You – Music Sheet
Waiting Here for You – Chords (in C)
Waiting Here for You – Chords (in Bb)
Piano Video Tutorial – in Eb:
Electric Guitar Tutorial:
I’ve just received the dates the this year’s Swaziland LTT.
If you attended last year you’ll know what a great time it is.
And comfy too.
It will be held from the 13-15 August 2013 in Bulembu, the same venue as last year.
And if you’re driving, DO NOT take the road through Swaziland, unless you have a super tough 4×4.
Otherwise the longer route via Barberton is the best option.
Cost wise, you’re looking at approx. R650.00/person for accommodation and all meals.
Transport and spending money is extra.
So for around R1000.00 you can make it.
Here’s a report from our previous trip:
If you’d like to come along, get in touch with me.
One of the best things we’ve done in our worship team is make use of a metronome, and more recently introducing loops. Basically, a loop is a sound file that gets played accompanying what your band is already doing and can be super helpful if you’re say missing an instrument or want to have a ‘fuller’ band sound without having to add 20 people to your mix.
So there you go, Equip SA has come to an end.
Funny thing, is that our ‘meeting togethers’ may have ended, but it’s just the start of a Kingdom invasion into cities, communities, dorpies, villages and homes.
Watch our world, here come some History Makers. BOOM!
This Sunday I’m back at Solid Ground to lead at Kids Church, and on Monday night Mark Neumann and I leave for the French Equip. So excited!
Hope to upload some pics and take notes of the Equip time there too… As long as it’s in English!
God has put each one of us here because we need each other, and the world needs us.
We prayed for Tyrone and his family before he shares the last session.
Always a joy to come back to South Africa.
There’s a united heart and purpose in this country.
I love this song;
He Defeated The Grave
Raised To Life
Our God Is Able
In His Name We Overcome
For The Lord
Our God Is Able
“Being called, beloved and kept…”
Whatever you are, you are called, beloved and kept.
Whatever we do, it needs to be rooted in our identity.
Our relationships are strong when our identity in Christ is strong.
I was asked, “What is the most important lesson you’ve learned?”
It is to sustain a life giving relationship with Jesus Christ.