Monday, March 16, 2009

Life this week...

I had a great weekend this weekend - we had James Gregory over from Aberdeen, and we co-led worship yesterday. I think it went really well! I always love leading worship with a great friend!!!

Next Sunday I'm preaching too! This could be interesting :) I actually love to teach - but preaching always scares me a little... I'll let you know how it goes.

At the moment, I'm home with a patient - my eldest little girl has a sore ear.... am praying she starts to feel better quickly.

So, that is life in the Scott household this week.

Hope you are doing super well!!! Will write again soon!


Friday, March 13, 2009

Back on Irish soil :)

I had an amazing time in Miami last weekend.

Paul Baloche, Brian Doerksen, Lincoln Brewster and I led worship and taught together - that was a LOT of fun!!! Ross Parsley was there too - he was fantastic!!!

It was broadcast to other satellite venues across the USA - so 5000 people attended in total. Modern technology is a wonderful thing!!

I got home on Monday morning - and have been working through the haze of jet lag this week - on top of the usual Mummy things that go on in a week :) It's been a lot of fun.

Tonight is our weekly 'go out for tea with the kids' night - I'm super looking forward to that - and of course, the kids adore the rhythm of a regular fun thing to do together...

Will write again soon - hope you are all well!

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Miami, here I come!!!

I am heading off on Thursday morning to Miami FL!!

There is a worship summit over the weekend, that Brian Doerksen, Paul Baloche, Lincoln Brewster and I are leading worship at and teaching.

I LOVE this part of my job!!! I love reconnecting with great friends, I love getting to see new places (especially sunny new places ;), and I love leading people into the presence of God - whether through music, or through teaching. I love it!

I'm not sure if there are any tickets left - but if you are in the Miami area, and would love to come to this event - check out Integrity's website for the details.

I'll write again after the event and let you know how it went - or I might even get to see some of you there :)