mymic
[from the #mymic hashtag experiment]

It’s so easy on Sundays to think we are the cat’s pajamas.
It’s so easy on Sundays to think if we build it they will come.
It’s so easy on Sundays to think our band is the answer to the church’s problems.
It’s so easy on Sundays to think we should film this so the world can see our awesomeness.

and…

It’s so easy on Sundays to think no one is gonna show up.
It’s so easy on Sundays to think “If they would only let me pay musicians”
It’s so easy on Sundays to think if we only had chairs instead of pews.
It’s so easy on Sundays to wish you had a building instead of a cafeteria

You Are Not Doing This Thing Alone.

At 7:45am I tweeted this…
“Hey worship leaders. Let’s see your mic. #mymic”
And within a few hours I had 85 pictured of your “mic’s”
Big room mics, little room mics, cheap mics, expensive mics, baby mics, preacher mics, pew and mics, florescent lights and mics.
What started off as a cool viral social media experiment turned into something far greater for me.
It showed me, as the tweets started coming in…
That at the same moment I was sound checking, 85 other people around this country were doing the same thing.
And that was just you guys as addicted to social media as I am and were on your phones at that moment.

It’s so much bigger than you.
May the image up top be a reminder of that.
Those are your mics. From your church.
But not 85 different churches.

This Is One Church.
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