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Special Music – Ben

Last Sunday we kicked off Paradox – A Series on Faith at Antioch. My good friend Ben Larson wrote and performed this song about Joshua and the battle of Jericho for special music. I love how so many artists have poured into this series! Click here to see the rest of the poetry, design, and artwork from last Sunday.

Ben Larson :: Jericho from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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FREE Downloads Supporting Congo

From now through Easter, you can download all of Josh Garrel’s music free on NoiseTrade.com.

Josh is supporting World Relief Peacemakers in the Democratic Republic of Congo.  World Relief Peacemakers are local committees and leaders who help care for victims of gender based violence and are able to reconcile disagreements stemming from unrest in a war-torn region struggling with law and order.

What better way to spend the next ten minutes – download music and make a donation in support of Congo! [

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Special Music – Tano

I love this guy and I love posting videos of his music.

Here’s Tano from this past Sunday at Antioch.

Tano Jauregui :: The River from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Be So Glad

This song is on the Mission Kids Music Project CD and has been the household favorite for my girls for going on four months.

I absolutely love seeing musical talent used in support of kids ministry like this. Crazy cool!

Grace Laxson :: Be So Glad from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Grace and Special Music

I always love when Grace Laxson is able to share an offertory song at Antioch.

Here’s the short video from yesterday.

Grace Laxson :: Pass Me Not from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Chris Beland Kickstarter

I don’t normally try to solicit for individuals, but this is one I believe in.

Chris Beland is a good friend with a huge and sincere heart.  He loves God, loves people and it shows in the lyrics he writes and the manner in which he carries himself.

He’s one of my favorite worship leaders and his music has played a thousand times in the CD player in my wife’s car.

Like most artists, he lives for the art and makes due on shoestring budgets.

His newest project is hopefully going to be funded through a Kickstarter campaign.  As the saying goes, “many hands make light work.”

If you don’t know, however, if you don’t hit your goal on Kickstarter you don’t get any of the money.  The five thousand pledged toward his goal of eleven thousand evaporates if the total goal isn’t pledged by the due date.

You can learn more about Chris and his campaign here.

Below you can check out one of Chris’ songs performed at Antioch.

If you feel like a random act of kindness… take a few minutes and see if you can’t help Chris and his family by contributing to their goal.

Chris Beland :: Come Back Home from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Don’t Leave

Chris is easily one of my favorite musicians.

God gave this guy talent and a heart to match.

Chris Beland :: Don’t Leave on Your Own from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Death Has Lost Its Sting

Grace Laxson :: Death Has Lost Its Sting from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Mission Kids | The Music Project

Here it is.

The Mission Kids Music Project – Volume 1.  (more…)

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Great and Terrible God

The biblical phrase, “The Fear of God,” has always been a tough concept for people to understand.

It seems paradoxical or counter-intuitive at first glance.

The Fear of God, however, makes a ton of sense when we bring in the concepts of “awe” and “respect.”

The biggest, most important, most powerful, most awesome thing is always something we regard with awe and respect. I remember losing my words the first time I was around a celebrity. They were normal humans like me, but their position and status had a profound affect on my comfort and ability to act normal. I held them in high esteem.

The centrality of God in the universe is a position that should lead to the centrality of God in our lives. His power, status, significance and magnitude should cause us to be in awe of him. If not, if we take him for granted or treat him as common, something is misfiring about our conception of God, ourselves or the universe.

The Fear of God, therefore, is a great indicator as to how we’re viewing God in our hearts.

This song of Chris Beland’s is quick becoming one of my favorites. He sang it in our house after a college and singles meeting and then again at Antioch. I’ve found few songs with as much theology embedded as this one.

Watch this video, listen to the words and learn about the deep meaning of the phrase “fear of God.”

Chris Beland :: Great and Terrible God from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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You’re Always Faithful

Here are some of my favorite people using their gifts to bless the church.

Love them. Love this.

Check it out:

Chris Beland & Grace Laxson :: You’re Always Faithful from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Missing Church

The problem with traveling is that you miss church (more…)

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Special Music

Erin Cole-Baker :: Jesus Lead from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Special Music

Check out this special music from Grace Laxson this last Sunday (our last) at Summit High!!

I’d watch the X-Factor if she was on it :)

Grace Laxson :: Death Has Lost Its Sting from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Special Music :: Carolyn Berry

Carolyn Berry :: Right Now from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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“Asaph’s Cry”

Here’s a new one from Micah called “Asaph’s Cry.”

Micah Bournes :: Asaph’s Cry from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Special Music

Dug this original song from Chris Beland yesterday at Antioch. One of the best songs on the tension between the messiness of life and the mystery of God I’ve heard.

Chris Beland :: Special Music from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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Michael Watson

Michael Watson (of Above the Golden State) stopped by this Sunday with one of his friends, Emily Otteson, to lead worship at Antioch.

Here’s one of the coolest renditions of Psalm 23 I’ve heard put to song -

Strangers and Pilgrims :: Special Music from Antioch Church on Vimeo.

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