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At 3:59am on April 20, 2011, Penny Phillips said…
Wow small world! That is about 45 minutes from me. I also have some good friends that have recorded and sang/sing in the Harvest Worship Band @ Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa ...Rob and Carrie Rinderer. Have a blessed Easter! Keep in touch!
At 1:33pm on January 2, 2011, Kevin L. Staley said…
Hey Brother, God bless you and thank you for your comment.   I actually already do a lot of mission work and I do work in the KINGDOM. When I joined this site I saw this to be an opportunity to join a  Christian website where I could fellowship with fellow worship leaders and not have to deal with negativity.  However you have proved me wrong in less than one day of even joining the site....WOW. Anyway. Soli Deo Gloria.  Have a Blessed and Happy New Year!
At 4:56am on October 28, 2010, Kelly K. Alber said…
Thank you. By the way, I was born in Techikawah outside of Tokyo. My dad was a cook on a military base. My mother taught me "Silent Night" in Japanese. Blessings, Kelly Alber
At 1:27am on October 26, 2010, Rob Carrillo said…
Hey Fred,
Thanksfor the welcome. Sorry for the late late comment. So many websites to get to. Great blessings to you.
At 1:26pm on October 7, 2010, Lisa Ruffenach said…
I totally understand the frustration of finding good puppet skits. We do mostly music or my husband writes them. The ones I found online for free were not good quality at all. One source we really love is onewaystreet.com. You DO have to pay for a book of skits, but they are really good and comes with a CD so you have all the voices and sound effects if you want. Let me know if you find anything worthwhile in your search for good puppet skits.
At 1:44pm on October 6, 2010, Lisa Ruffenach said…
Thanks for the welcome! We've really enjoyed doing the puppets as well. We have found they are a great learning tool for all ages. I think the adults almost enjoy them more than the kids! Thanks for you work for the Kingdom!
At 4:47am on October 6, 2010, Linda Achtymichuk said…
yes, it's really a cool picture isn't it. It isn't me unfortunately, but the lady has a dish of sweet juice in her palm. We have gotten up to 27 hummingbirds feeding from our feeders AT ONE TIME - it's pretty amazing when that happens.
At 4:45am on September 28, 2010, Su Tipton said…
Wow, that is awesome, I wonder if I know some of them. Thank you for the welcome. My husband went with our Men's Group to Cannon Beach men's Retreat and was really blessed by the speaker and the musicians this last weekend. That blesses me!
At 1:00pm on September 23, 2010, Richard Carson said…
Thanks for the welcome have been checking out the worship set lists for months and decided to join.
At 5:51am on September 23, 2010, KennaKae said…
Thanks! This is a really sweet website! Blessings on your ministry (and hand!). :)
At 12:07pm on July 8, 2010, Rebekah Campbell said…
No, it's Liberty Community Church in Bealeton VA, a small town in the foothills of the Shenandoah Mtns.
At 1:56pm on June 28, 2010, Debra McClellan said…
Hi Fred! Thanks for the welcome. It's pretty cool that you are my first contact on Worship the Rock. My family has also been involved in missions. My daughter was a missionary in Guangzhou, China for a year. Our whole family has done short term trips to Mexico and Honduras. Between church, missions, and NASCAR we keep pretty busy. My pastor is always challenging me to "think outside the box" for our worship experience. So any ideas to help with that will be appreciated!
At 5:18pm on June 18, 2010, Woman of God said…
when you have a chance take time, copy and read the mystery of the bible from http://worshipwiththetruth.ning.com and the blogs too
At 4:56am on June 10, 2010, janvier said…
Thanks! God bless... =)
At 4:16am on June 9, 2010, LukeWorship said…
Thanks you Fred! May God bless you more power and love to people in Japan.
At 11:30am on June 4, 2010, Charlie Clark said…
Hi Fred. Nice to meet you, Brother. Thanks for your note and encouragement. Missionaries - wow - that's awesome! God bless you in that and your family. I see you don't much care for gal singers - watch out - that gorgeous little girl of yours is gonna change your mind as I see she's already gonna steal your guitar from you, just like she's done with your heart! LOL. I'm an ex - Calvary guy - started with Chuck S. when the church first started off the beach in Corona Del Mar. Wayyyyy before tents and buildings! Got to see Love Songs very first time at the church - many others too. One of the 'Jesus People" as they call us now. Let's stay in touch and keep me up to date on what's going on in your ministry, please. I will pray for you and ask the Lord to bless you richly! Charlie
At 9:34am on June 3, 2010, Worship The Rock said…
Welcome Fred - great to have you on here. Enjoyed reading your bio btw :-)
At 7:16am on June 2, 2010, Marvin Rodriguez said…
Arigatou gozaimashita Maupin-san
Hajimemashite.

I missed Japan, I've worked with a Japanese company in Tokyo before.
Thanks for the comment Fred ;)
At 8:14pm on May 29, 2010, Isaac McGuire said…
thanks.
At 8:59am on May 29, 2010, Haleluya Moshi said…
Thanks Fred! So good to know you and I feel so blessed as I am also away from Tanzania (East Africa where mount Kilimanjaro is) to South Africa for studies having left my wife and daughter back home. I thank God for the small youth band that I have been with for 4months now....though I am the only black person in the whole congregation, they so much love me and get me involved in every aspect....that makes me wonder why is the sorrounding blacks community never join this church but I don want to waste my time thinking about that because South Africa has a long history.

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