Kevin LeVrier
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  • Port Lavaca, TX
  • United States
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Kevin LeVrier replied to Kevin LeVrier's discussion 'The Harp and the Sword, Worship and Warfare'
"Let's get out & live out worship being one nation under God. Don't let the hate crime bills and laws silence our worship or our biblical teaching. "Don't be conformed to this world...it is your reasonable act of WORSHIP""
Apr 30, 2009
Kevin LeVrier posted a discussion

What's Your Church's "Flavor" and How Do You Prepare Accordingly?

With all of the different churches out there and each having there own "flavor", let's talk about "The Worship Set". Now in no way am I or could I generalize this down to fit each and every church in the nation, but the steps could be very similar and some being a must. First, let's take a look at the church...http://www.squidoo.com/The-Worship-SetSee More
Apr 15, 2009
Kevin LeVrier replied to Glenda Williams's discussion 'Finding the "rhythm" of prayer, praise and worship. God, I need my focus back!'
""When a father hugs his child from behind his child can't see him. But the father is STILL there. Get what I mean? :)" I like that Junjie. Glenda, definately He hears the silent prayers! Yes, there is power in the spoken word, but…"
Apr 15, 2009
Robert replied to Kevin LeVrier's discussion 'The Harp and the Sword, Worship and Warfare'
"You got that in one, Jerry! Amen!"
Apr 10, 2009
Jerry Oldham replied to Kevin LeVrier's discussion 'The Harp and the Sword, Worship and Warfare'
"Yep, I agree Lorne, we need not stop talking and get busy doing. If the walls are to come down and lives changed for the Lord then we need to get out into the world and shine before all so they are drawn to Christ's love."
Apr 10, 2009
Lorne Speck replied to Kevin LeVrier's discussion 'The Harp and the Sword, Worship and Warfare'
"Great words here about the power of worship but let's not stop there. If we are getting our 'marching orders' as Jerry mentions then lets start marching. Prayer and intercession for our communities and others should be just as…"
Apr 10, 2009
Jerry Oldham replied to Kevin LeVrier's discussion 'The Harp and the Sword, Worship and Warfare'
"I think that if we would take a look at such programs and events as Karen Wheaton's The Ramp and The Call we can see that our youth are rising up in worship and warfare in a way that we adults haven't in the past. I know for myself when I…"
Apr 10, 2009
Kevin LeVrier replied to Kevin LeVrier's discussion 'The Harp and the Sword, Worship and Warfare'
"No apology needed about the venting... I am a youth pastor and one glimpe of hope is our youth worship, yes the songs are more edgy than for the adults, but the meesge is sharp and deep...Will our youth rise up in worship and teach the…"
Apr 9, 2009
Cindy Holda replied to Kevin LeVrier's discussion 'The Harp and the Sword, Worship and Warfare'
"I believe that we are already wielding the sword while we lead worship. Many of our worship songs quote scripture and speak the truth of God's character and love. The enemy hates this. If our worship is from our hearts, it makes satan go nuts.…"
Apr 9, 2009
Kevin LeVrier replied to Glenda Williams's discussion 'Finding the "rhythm" of prayer, praise and worship. God, I need my focus back!'
"I hear you, my wife and I have a 4 yr old girl who stays up late with me, a 11 day old little girl, I have a full-time job outside the church, we are youth pastors, and I am the worship leader for 2 congregations (same church) spanish and…"
Apr 9, 2009
Kevin LeVrier replied to Glenda Williams's discussion 'Finding the "rhythm" of prayer, praise and worship. God, I need my focus back!'
"Personally, I don't always have the answer to this for myself, but I heard something good on the radio. A little girl had a new puppy and wasn't always good about feeding him. The mom told her that she cannot eat breakfast until the puppy…"
Apr 9, 2009
Kevin LeVrier replied to Kevin Riner's discussion 'feminizing church'
"One thing that I haven't seen mentioned is the biblical region. We are looking at this as "westerners". Eastern culture, the one Jesus grew up in, did and still do see this totally different then we do. Men hold hands with other men…"
Apr 9, 2009
Kevin LeVrier posted a discussion

The Harp and the Sword

King David was gifted in using both of these weapons of worship and warfare. How do you see these being used to gether in your life and in the life of your church. Shouldn't we also be skilled at these in our worship times?
Apr 9, 2009
Kevin LeVrier replied to Tricia's discussion 'Feedback on Sennheisser cordless mic'
"The trim is the top knob (volume) on each paticular channel."
Apr 8, 2009
Kevin LeVrier replied to Tricia's discussion 'Feedback on Sennheisser cordless mic'
"You might also check the trim at the soundboard, it could be too high, it would be better to crank the channel volume or the main volume."
Apr 8, 2009
Kevin LeVrier replied to Buddy Pride's discussion 'Gospel'
"I totally agree with your first response Glenda. God knows no "ethnic direction"! He loves and cherishes it all. If there is only one genre of music in Heaven, God must get bored after awhile...lol We might try to show our congregations…"
Apr 8, 2009

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Home Church:
Cornerstone Church
Musical Gift(s):
Leading worship, vocals, keyboard, bass
About Me:
My wife & I are currently youth pastors & I lead worship for a Spanish as well as an English congregation separately. I have been leading worship for over a decade. Praise God!
Favorite Music:
Chris Tomlin, Hillsong United, Third Day, Jeremy Camp
Website:
http://www.squidoo.com/search/results/kevin%20levrier

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