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This post is part of the Sunday Setlist blog carnival of The Worship Community.

… he has sent me to bring good news … – from Isaiah 61

This morning at The Table, Malone taught that the Incarnation is the surest and clearest example of who God is. This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: Christ We Do All Adore Thee (Baker / Dubois)
  • Walk-in 2: Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming (Traditional)
  • Walk-in 3: 40 (Clayton / Evans / Hewson / Mullen)
  • O Come, O Come Emmanuel (Neale / Helmore)
  • Prepare the Way, O Zion (Franzen / Traditional)
  • Offertory: In the Bleak Midwinter (Traditional)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “Greensleeves”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: Beautiful (Baloche / Fieldes / Jobe)
  • All Who are Thirsty (Brown / Roberts)

The Table Troubadours

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Blue Eyes in her first ballet performance in the Metro Arts‘ Mini Nutcracker

It’s been a week recovering from the Mini-Nutcracker madness. But what a week it was. Here’s my gratitude list for the week:

  • Opportunity to visit with and audition for a casting director I haven’t seen in a long time
  • My Angel Blue Eyes, Ms. Sonya, and everyone involved in the Mini-Nutcracker
  • Great conversation and counsel from a dear friend
  • New ways to make money as an actor
  • More caroling gigs. Tis the season!
  • Old friends at Belmont Church letting The Table Troubadours use their rehearsal space when we got into a pinch


I came across this panel discussion of LA Casting Directors for the Screen Actors Guild and found it compelling. Here’s one of many takeaways from Howard Meltzer:

The whole discussion is worth watching. You can find it here.