Christ Episcopal Church
Listening to God in the Streets - Audio08/04/2014 Duração: 604h00s
When you engage and serve the poor, you will encounter the heartbeat of God. Song: "Fix You" Vocals: Jackson Daisley Music: Jamey Graves, Guitars, Bass, Drums, Backing Vocals Rob Ridgell, Piano Recording engineer: Jamey Graves "Fix You" written by Chris Martin, Will Campion, Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland. ©2005 Parlophone Records
Listening to God in Relationships - Audio01/04/2014 Duração: 530h00s
Are we listening for God’s voice to speak through voices that we sometimes discount or even ignore because they’re either too familiar or too different? Song: "Reason to Sing" Vocals: Lindsay Full, Assistant Director of Children and Family Ministry and Coordinator of the Jr. Youth Program Music: Jamey Graves, backing vocals, guitars, bass, keys Recording engineer: Jamey Graves "Reason to Sing" written by: Alli Rogers, David Leonard, Leslie Jordan © 2011 Integrity's Alleluia! Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing (IMI)) Integrity's Praise! Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing (IMI)) Simple Tense Songs (Admin. by Music Services, Inc.)
Listening to God in Nature - Audio26/03/2014 Duração: 494h00s
Nature attunes us to the presence of God, which is everywhere, but often becomes muted in our busy day. American Folks Hymns for Violin and Piano by James E. Clemens ©2008 World Library Publications, Hymn Tune: “Resignation” My Shepherd Will Supply My Need, #664 in the Hymnal 1982. Peter deVries, violin; Rob Ridgell, piano; Jamey Graves, recording engineer
Listening to God in the Darkness - Audio21/03/2014 Duração: 414h00s
Each soul is shaped differently, so each of us may suffer differently, but you never have to make it through the darkness alone. Song: "Precious Lord, Take My Hand." Soloist: Lillian Curry, housekeeper/kitchen assistant of Christ Church; Recording Engineer: Jamey Graves. Words: Thomas A. Dorsey, 1932. Dorsey wrote this song in Chicago, Illinois, after his wife Nettie died while giving birth to a child (who also died shortly thereafter). Dorsey sang the song for his friend, Gospel singer Theodore Frye, and Frye’s choir sang it the next Sunday at the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Music: Adapted by Thomas Dorsey from the tune Maitland, by George N. Allen, 1844.
Listening to God in the Bible - Audio12/03/2014 Duração: 521h00s
Hear how the Bible reveals a wealth of information about the heart of God. Music features “There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy” by Calvin Hampton (Hymn 469 in the Hymnal 1982), sung by soloist Elizabeth Blackman, who is a senior at Myers Park and member of our choir. Organ: Rob Ridgell; Recording Engineer: Jamey Graves.