Seacoast Worship Recap (05/22/10)

Even though I normally attend church on Saturday night, this worship re-cap is part of the Sunday Setlist Blog Carnival going on over  Check out the other worship service re-caps from this week by clicking here.

This week at Seacoast Church, we had the privilege of having Carlos Whittaker lead worship for us.  It was great, and quite honestly, surprising.  For the 5% of you out there who don’t know about Carlos (aka Los, aka Ragamuffinsoul, aka @loswhit), he is a worship leader/blogger that has recently gotten a lot of national exposure through this (LA Ink episode) and this (Youtube video).

I say it was surprising, not because I didn’t expect it to be good.  What I mean by that is I expected Carlos to be promoting his new album and sharing some about the direction his ministry is going.  I guess I expected worship to be a mini-concert of sorts.  Don’t get me wrong.  I’m not even saying that would have been a bad thing.  God is doing amazing things through Carlos, his family and their ministry, and more people need to know about it.  What we got however, was so much better.  An anointed dude, simply worshiping God and begging us to come along with him, with zero self promotion (out of a 5-song set, he only did two of his own songs).  So, if you haven’t already, do yourself a favor and check out his blog, follow him on twitter & buy his new album.  You can thank me later.

Call to Worship / Opening Set:


This weekend, Pastor Josh continued a series entitled “Liberated”, based on Acts 26-28.  Tonight, Josh talked about preparing your boat for “The Storm”.  It was a very timely message, for me anyway.  If you’re interested, you can get the sermon notes on here.  Also, you can download the audio message from iTunes here or watch the video here (it may be Monday or Tuesday before it is available).


Well, that’s how things went at Seacoast Church this weekend.  How was your worship service?

Oh, and one more thing.  I’m giving away a free copy of Andy Andrews’ new book “The Heart Mender” this Wednesday, here on my blog.  If you’re interested, click here to find out how to enter the drawing.

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