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"More than we are now, as the world needs God more and we can do more ourselves."

Allan Midgley replied Mar 7 to How often we should pray

5 Apr 12
Reply by Nathan Gifford

"I can agree with you , on special days you can remember by a song, but that's all. T…"

Allan Midgley replied Feb 20 to Patriotic Worship Music

7 Feb 20
Reply by Allan Midgley

"I remember the song but I didn't get scolded for playing it "too fast" - just the or…"

Allan Midgley replied Feb 20 to Pass It On has passed on...

1 Feb 20
Reply by Allan Midgley

"Nathan, I have mentioned about why some may need a stand etc, but here is something…"

Allan Midgley replied Sep 1, 2018 to Music Stands on the Platform

17 Sep 5, 2018
Reply by Phil Rynhart

"What do you mean by authentic key feel , so do you mean like a piano? Or do you mean…"

Allan Midgley replied Jun 11, 2018 to Keyboard Shopping

5 Jun 11, 2018
Reply by Allan Midgley

"No answers, so I throw in my two cents worth. Most church today snub their noses at…"

Allan Midgley replied Jun 11, 2018 to Looking for smaller keyboard to accompany worship team

2 Jun 12, 2018
Reply by Charles Wolff

"Hey Nathan, good topic, just a quick question does the pastor use a stand / lectern?…"

Allan Midgley replied Jun 11, 2018 to Music Stands on the Platform

17 Sep 5, 2018
Reply by Phil Rynhart

"No one remember that one? I must be old! lol "

Allan Midgley replied Apr 30, 2017 to Worship Song Mash Ups

19 Apr 30, 2017
Reply by Allan Midgley

"Deut 6:4 God is one. - You can not separate the Spirit from the Father/ Son. John 4:…"

Allan Midgley replied Apr 30, 2017 to Can we worship God without the Holy Spirit?

63 Jun 19, 2017
Reply by Ernst van Niekerk

"About 50 years ago we used to do one called Fruit Salad! A mashup of at least a doze…"

Allan Midgley replied Apr 10, 2017 to Worship Song Mash Ups

19 Apr 30, 2017
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