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Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds, so that you may discern what is the will of God – what is good and acceptable and perfect. – from Romans 12

Today at The Table, Leigh considered how the Church can better engage culture within a non-Christian context. Our starting point is the humanity that we share. This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: Near the Cross (instr.) (Adams / Doane)
  • Walk-in 2: O Love that Will not Let Me Go (instr.) (Matheson / Peace)
  • Your Joy (Josh Fox)
  • Cornerstone (Myrin / Morgan / Liljero / Bradbury / Mote)
  • Offertory: Love Came Down (Johnson / Johnson / Riddle / McIntrosh / Edwardson)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “All Creatures of our God and King”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: How Beautiful (Twila Paris)
  • Your Joy

The Table Troubadours

  • Jonathan Riggs – leader
  • Karlton Scott – percussion
  • Rod Hutchinson – bass
  • Miguel Perez – guitar
  • Cathy Heiser – keys / vocals
  • Briana Christian – violin
  • Stephen Rees – audio
  • Jim Williams – media

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For the gifts and the calling of God are irrevocable. – from Romans 11

Today at The Table, Malone taught us that even if we reject God, He never rejects us. This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: Awakening (Tomlin / Morgan)
  • Walk-in 2: Great are You Lord (Ingram / Jordan / Leonard)
  • Desert Song (Brooke Fraser)
  • O Love that Will Not Let Me Go (Matheson / Peace)
  • Offertory: People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “All Creatures of Our God and King”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: How Deep the Father’s Love for Us (Stuart Townend)
  • Great are You Lord

The Table Troubadours

  • Jonathan Riggs – leader
  • Kim Marie Folsom – percussion
  • Michael Majett – bass
  • Steve Peavey – guitar
  • Steve Morley – keys / vocals
  • Anna Johnson – vocals
  • Chris Wright – audio
  • Jim Williams – media

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The word is near you, on your lips and in your heart – from Romans 10

This morning at The Table Malone reflected on the words of Paul and taught that Christ is no longer a distant promise nor a historic hero. Here and now we are loved and are the object of His affections. This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: Better is One Day (Matt Redman)
  • Walk-in 2: Here is Love (Lowry / Redman / Rees)
  • Come, Now is the Time to Worship (Brian Doerksen)
  • Creed (Mullins / Strasser)
  • Offertory: Still Afar (Rob Higginbotham)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “All Creatures of Our God and King”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: Wellspring (Lynn / Hampton / Hendrickson)
  • Jesus Messiah (Carson / Tomlin / Cash / Reeves)

The Table Troubadours

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Jacob was left alone; and a man wrestled with him until daybreak. – from Genesis 32

This morning at The Table, Kristine reflected on the story of Jacob wrestling the angel and taught that God allows us to the time and space to wrestle with Him. Furthermore, He is with us in the midst of our struggle. This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: You are My King (Amazing Love) (Billy Foote)
  • Walk-in 2: Enter In (Casey McGinty)
  • Your Joy (Josh Fox)
  • Cornerstone (Myrin / Morgan / Liljero / Bradbury / Mote)
  • Offertory: Skeleton Bones (John Mark McMillan)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “All Creatures of Our God and King”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: Here is Love (Lowry / Redman / Rees)
  • I Saw the Light (Hank Williams, Sr.)

The Table Troubadours

  • Jonathan Riggs – leader
  • Justin Gillespie – drums / percussion
  • Greg Ottarski – percussion / vocals
  • Rob Higginbotham – guitar
  • Phil Kuo – keys
  • Charlie Gore – steel guitar
  • Lisa Van Wye – vocals
  • Larry Wright – audio
  • Robyn Wright – audio
  • Jim Williams – media

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The kingdom of heaven is like a treasure hidden in a field… – from Matthew 13

Today at The Table, we welcomed the Rev. Sam Adams as he taught us from the parables of Jesus regarding the kingdom of heaven. He taught that the kingdom of heaven is veiled in mystery, yet is discoverable by those who are willing to seek it. It is to be sought over everything at the expense of everything. But when we find it, we find that it encompasses everything. This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: You are My King (Amazing Love) (Billy Foote) (instrumental)
  • Walk-in 2: Amazed (Jared Anderson) (instrumental)
  • Walk-in 3: Be the Centre (Michael Frye)
  • Our God (Redman / Myrin / Tomlin / Reeves)
  • Your Love Never Fails (McClarney / Skinner)
  • Offertory: Cornerstone (Myrin / Morgan / Liljero / Bradbury / Mote)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “All Creatures of our God and King”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: You are My King (Amazing Love)
  • King of Heaven (Baloche / Ingram)

The Table Troubadours

  • Jonathan Riggs – leader
  • Kim Marie Folsom – percussion
  • Rod Hutchinson – bass
  • David Durham – keys / vocals
  • Don Fishel – flute
  • Mary Linda Morlock – vocals
  • “Happy Girl” Riggs – vocals
  • John Behrens – audio engineer
  • Bruce Newland – media engineer

 

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The kingdom of heaven may be compared to someone who sowed good seed in his field. – from Matthew 13

This morning at The Table, Malone wrestled through Jesus’ parable of the weeds among the wheat, drawing the conclusion that judging others is “above our pay grade” and that the fire of God is a refiner’s fire. This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: Be the Centre (Michael Frye)
  • Walk-in 2: This is What You Do (Stinton / Riddle)
  • Come and Let Your Presence (Tim Reimherr)
  • Jesus, Lover of My Soul (Wesley / Thompson)
  • Offertory: Come Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy (Hart / Ortega / Schreiner)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “All Creatures of our God and King”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: I Love Your Presence (Clarke / Lane) with Babylon (David Gray)
  • Your Joy (Josh Fox)

 

The Table Troubadours

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There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. – from Romans 8

 

This morning at The Table, Michael taught from the parable of the sower and reminded us that the kingdom of God is everywhere, even on “bad soil.” This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: Before the Throne of God Above (Bancroft / Cook) (instr.)
  • Walk-in 2: I Just Want to Be With You (McClarney / Puckett / Riggs / Winn)
  • Your Joy (Josh Fox)
  • One Thing Remains (Your Love Never Fails) (Johnson / Riddle / Gifford)
  • Offertory: Eyes on the Prize (traditional)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “All Creatures of our God and King”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: Worthy is the Lamb (Brian Johnson)
  • Glorious (Baloche / Brown)

The Table Troubadours

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I realize that I don’t have what it takes. I can will it, but I can’t do it. – from Romans 7 (The Message)

This morning at The Table, we reflected on the duality of the human experience of intending to do one thing, but actually doing another. Malone taught us that although our shortcomings are real, they are not meant to be the focus of our Christian walk. God’s covenant with us is greater than our efforts. Focus instead on what Jesus says about you: you are a new creation and his righteousness is all over you. This was our set of worship music:

  • Walk-in 1: Come and Let Your Presence (Tim Reimherr)
  • Walk-in 2: Happy (Pharrell L. Williams)
  • This is What You Do (Stinton / Riddle)
  • Before the Throne of God Above (Bancroft / Cook)
  • All My Tears (Julie Miller)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “All Creatures of our God and King”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: I Love Your Presence (Clarke / Lane)
  • How He Loves (John Mark McMillan)

 

The Table Troubadours

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For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. – from Romans 6

This morning at The Table, Kristine challenged us to entrust our future to God.  This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: Daybreak (Psalm 5) (Jonathan Riggs)
  • Walk-in 2: Awakening (Tomlin / Morgan)
  • Holy Spirit (Torwalt / Torwalt)
  • Ancient Words (Lynn DeShazo)
  • Offertory: Alabaster Box (Julie Meyer)
  • Doxology: to the tune of “All Creatures of our God and King”
  • Sanctus: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord (Brian Darnell)
  • Communion: Amazed (Jared Anderson)
  • Everlasting God (Brown / Riley)

The Table Troubadours

  • Jonathan Riggs – leader
  • Kim Marie Folsom – percussion
  • Daniel Hyberger – bass
  • Briana Christian – violin
  • Rachel Mello – vocals

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We know that Christ, being raised from the dead, will never die again; death no longer has dominion over him. The death he died, he died to sin, once for all; but the life he lives, he lives to God. – from Romans 6

This morning at The Table, Leigh spoke on the competing desires within all of us. Desires such as money, sex, and political influence compete for first place (i.e. dominion) in our life.  As Christians, we confess that Jesus is Lord and it is His Lordship to which we submit. This was our set of worship music.

  • Walk-in 1: Daybreak (Psalm 5) (Jonathan Riggs)
  • Walk-in 2: Lord I Need You (Reeves / Stanfill / Maher / Nockels / Carson)
  • In Christ Alone (Getty / Townend)
  • Because We Believe (Harvill / Gordon)
  • Offertory: Come Thou Almighty King (instr.) (Wesley / Giardini)
  • Communion: Deep in Love with You (Smith / Smith / Black)
  • The Same Love (Baloche / Rossback)

The Table Troubadours