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"Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love."
Ephesians 4:2

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Thank you!

Ladies, thank you so much for all of the encouragement and support you gave me on my last post! It was so comforting to know that I'm not the only one going through a dry spot or who has gone through a dry spot in their walk. In the back of my mind, I knew I wasn't the only one, but it helps to hear it!

God is truly working my life. I've been able to meet with him almost every day this week! Praise Him! Also, I've notice He's helped me at my job. I have a job that can be extremely emotionally tiring and frustrating. He's helped me to have a calmness at work and also has helped me to "leave work at work"! How awesome!


I also wanted to share with you about a concert that my husband and I recently put on. Over a year ago, my husband and I created an electronic-style worship CD.I wrote a post about it that you can read, here. Some of the songs were remixes of contemporary worship songs. The others, were ones that we wrote together. My husband does the amazing work with all the instrumentals and some vocals and I do the main vocals. Since we got married last October, we haven't been able to play much. This past summer, we played at a youth event and at the end of October, we played a concert at our church with another band.

I've got to say, Mackenzie and I work ourselves up for every event! We do a lot of practicing before the event, but we are always nervous! Once the show is over, we have so much energy and want to do it again! Its funny how things work that way. We truly enjoy playing music together. Especially music that praises God. Its just hard, in our busy schedules, to find time to play!

Anyway, here are a few pictures from our concert that Sharon took.

If you would like to hear snippets of our music, we're on itunes. Our band is called Voice to Spirit (the idea behind this is our "voices" are singing praises to God)and our CD title is "Songs for a Broken City."




Here we are before the concert

Mackenzie's Grandpa Leonard, myself, Mackenzie, and Mackenzie's brother Hayden.

Grandpa Leonard, myself, Sharon, Mackenzie!

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!


5 sweet comments:

Kathi said...

I loved seeing you in concert again Brittany. I don't have good photos. All of mine is video and not good quality : ( I do have one picture of you and Mackenie standing with me, but you are not singing in the picture.

Would you two be interested in singing in my barn? My old youth pastor from my high school years would be interested in bringing his youth group to our barn for a concert. One bad thing "Brrrr" it's cold. We could figure out how to heat it or wait til warmer weather. Love you, Kathi

Sharon said...

Good morning sweetie! I am so happy that you've had a better week and had time for your devotions with the Lord. god is so good!!!

I loved your concert! You guys have so much talent and it is so wonderful that you are using it to glorify the Lord!

Have a good day today!

I love you!
Mom

Leah said...

I just finished listening to your CD on iTunes!

You have a beautiful voice.

You need to put it on your blog so people can hear it!

Heather said...

I'm going to go check you out on itunes! how exciting. cute pictures. glad things are looking "up" for you :)

Debra said...

Brittany, so glad you've had a good week. Love the pictures and wish I could have been at your concert! Singing is so much fun isn't it? Thanks for sharing your songs on here again. I agree with Leah, you should put them on your blog if there is a way to do that!

I'm singing a song at church in the morning called, "I'd Need A Savior" by Among the Thirsty. I'll see if I can find it on youtube to post for Worship and Praise Sunday. It is a beautiful song with a great message.

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