Carey and I love gardening, especially perennial gardening. The other day I was on a bus from the ferry in Seattle to my church, and I noticed a particularly beautiful garden across the street from my bus stop. Clumps of lavender flourished in beds whose walls were built of adobe. I grabbed my iPhone, excited … Continue reading I Just Can’t See It
It seems more and more common that situations come along for which there are no words.
I'm in my third year serving as Director of Worship Studies at The King's University/Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas. We have weekly chapel services in which we present a three to four song worship set. Like most of you, we tend to present a "cover" of the recorded arrangement. Was there a keyboard hook during … Continue reading You Have Permission
I write regularly for Worship Musician Magazine. One of my recent articles spoke of those moments many keyboard players on worship teams encounter when they’re called on to play during a prayer time or quiet ministry moment. In this article I suggest some ways you might do something other than play a familiar song with its … Continue reading On Our Own
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_4Q9WV6Jq0 My wife, Carey, helped me create a cozy vibe at my grand piano so that I could film this video of “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen”. It’s one of the 10 songs on Christmas In Ivory, available now in my store. In the arrangement my sixth sense is evident, as I feature that beautiful … Continue reading Tidings Of Comfort And Joy