So the Buckhead Music Project.
We had night one of the “project” on Thursday night.
My team worked their tails off to get ready for this night.
We wanted the first night of our little bar tour of Atlanta to run as smoothly as possible.
The production guys showed up and installed the system. In ear mixes in a club like this is not a normal thing. But it made the mix better than any I have heard in a club before.
Angie Weaver, the tour manager, lined up everything so that the evening went great.
When I got there around 630 everything was ready to go.
At 8 there was a line out the door.
At 8:45 we jammed.
Clarissa Rivera Gibson gave soul a whole new meaning.
Moxie Davis Worship made singing to God look like a marathon workout.
Chrystina Fincher’s voice was HUGE!
Conversations happened.
People invited their unchurched friends.
Relationship with Vinyl was solidified as a WONDERFUL one.
The bar manager is coming to church on Sunday.
The room was packed.
The club/bar was more than taken care of.
The artists were more than taken care of.
I was introduced to dozens of people that night as…”a pastor at my church”.
I know plenty of signed bands that would have died to play in front of a crowd like that.
It was an overwhelming success.
Not once was “Buckhead Church” spoken from the microphone.
The love of Jesus Christ was shouted from the microphone all night long.

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Thanks everyone who invited someone Thursday night.

We will see you next week at Andrews Upstairs.
Los