Getting Ready for FRIEND DAY 2009

dont-travel-aloneJanuary 11th   Sermon “Who’s Leading You?”

We are all following someone. We are all being influence by someone’s opinion or philosophy on life. Whoever is leading you or influencing you will define your destiny. Today, we will consider what your life would look like if the Lord where your shepherd. Psalm 23:1 says, “The Lord is my shepherd, I have everything I need” (NLT).


Set List for January 11, 2009

Song                Author           Recording


Today is the Day



Lincoln Brewster

Paul Baloche


“Today is the Day”

Lincoln Brewster






Chris Tomlin


“The Noise We Make”

Chris Tomlin


Love the Lord



Lincoln Brewster


“All To You”

Lincoln Brewster


Speak to My Heart



Doug & Cindy Mickan




Mighty to Save



Ben Fielding

Reuben Morgan


“Mighty to Save”



Salvation Is Here



Joel Houston


“Look To You”

Hillsong United


All Because of Jesus


Steve Fee



“We Shine”



     Thanks for visiting our blog!  We are getting ready for Friend Day this Sunday, and are looking forward to an exciting time of worship.  Take time to check out the songs we will be singing by clicking the links in the chart above.  Be sure to pray that God would bless us with His presence as we meet together at the Maumelle Community Center this Sunday at 10:30a.m.  I’ll look forward to worshiping with you.



Bro. Doug


One Response to Getting Ready for FRIEND DAY 2009

  1. Jessica Belote says:

    I’m so excited about Friend Day! I’m praying that God will bless the visitors (and members!) that attend, and praising God already for what I know He is going to do.

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