You Say – from Sunday

If you’d like to worship again to Sunday’s offering tune You Say from Lauren Daigle, sung by Carlee Green [vimeo 291594096 w=640 h=360]  

New CD now available!

I’m pleased to offer our latest CD of live recordings at Oak Mountain.  These recordings were all done in the context of a normal worship service, with some of the finest musicians in Birmingham.  There’s a variety of styles represented – from full band and choir, band and praise team, and acoustic sets with fiddle. You can download the new …

Tribute to Glee?

My buddy Eric is a brilliant musician – and had this posted on his facebook page last night. Apparently it’s a tribute to Glee . . . Enjoy http://web.me.com/jasondsears/Site/Flash_Stuff_files/player.swf

From Last Christmas

From our Christmas Worship Musical – Emmanuel. http://www.odeo.com/flash/audio_player_standard_gray.swf

Songs for Children's Catechism

I mentioned these songs this morning, as our kids led worship – and I’ll post the rest of the set tomorrow – but I did want to mention that my friend Eric Gilbert did a project in which he took several of the questions from the Children’s Catechism and set them to music. Our kids use them here at Oak …

These guys are brilliant . . .

Mutemath – Music video. Spotlight. MUTEMATH – Spotlighthttp://mediaservices.myspace.com/services/media/embed.aspx/m=55816629,t=1,mt=video,searchID=,primarycolor=,secondarycolor=

Even so . . . come quickly

Come Quickly, by Tommy Walker He’ll wipe our tears away when dawns that final day All mourning death and pain will fade away And then we all will rise and meet Him in the sky When Jesus comes and take us all away I’m listening for the sound When the trumpet play’s it loud I’m watching for the clouds to …

Come Ye Sinners . . .

I’m working on an arrangement of a hymn that I may sing for communion on Sunday. maybe. I’m destroyed by the third verse – Come ye weary and heavy laden. Lost and ruined, by the fall.IF YOU TARRY UNTIL YOU’RE BETTER, YOU WILL NEVER COME AT ALL . . . Wow

Watch this . . .

Hang in there – it’s only 3:00 long. At 2:00 something incredible happens. If it doesn’t ring your bell, there’s something wrong with your clapper. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLVMHDup2vs&hl=en&fs=1&rel=0]