What's going on with Maynard's Groovy Bible Tunes, from day to day...
What are you going to sing with the kids in Sunday School on Trinity Sunday?
If you're following church calendars, Trinity Sunday comes the week after Pentecost, and it's a chance to have an extra focus on the great fact that we've got One God, in Three persons - Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
It's a bit complicated for the grown ups to understand completely, so maybe the children will manage just fine! Why not simply sing a song about each of the three persons:
Have a great time!
Here's a lesson plan for a Kids' Club / Sunday School on Pentecost, that uses a couple of MGBT songs:
I didn't have a chance to write any new songs before Easter this year, but I've had a short break afterwards, and so here's a new song for next Easter!
"We Sing Hosanna!" is for Palm Sunday. It takes a look at the different things that people said about this man "riding on a donkey" - Zechariah (Matthew 21:5), the "city" (Matthew 21:10), and the chief priests (and teachers of the law - but it was too hard to get them in! - Matthew 21:15). Lined up against them is the response of the disciples - the joyful "Hosanna!" for the Son of David, the King (Matthew 21:9,15).
Anyway - I've just finished recording the song, so now I've got to do the sheet music, package it all up, and get it online.
It's now online, and here are the links:
The new batch of "King Seekers" CDs has arrived - get yours now!
Sorry Firefox folks - they've changed the way HTML5 works, and for the moment that means the Jukebox doesn't work with Firefox. I'll try to get it fixed today.
And I've done it - there had previously been an error in the way FF handled file loading, so I'd done a workaround. FF fixed the error, which turned my workaround into a problem. Ugh. It's been removed, and it all works. Phew.
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