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Music Setlist – 09.13.08 and 09.14.08 by Mike Jones
September 15, 2008, 9:00 am
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Becoming: to grow to be; to turn into.

This series has been amazing. We always plan each series and hoping and believing it will be better than the one before and so we thought this one too would be better than the previous. For me personally it has gone beyond what we ever thought it would be.

So what’s your story? How has this series impacted you? How have you seen God move through these spiritual practices in your life? Email us your story to info@orchardvalleyonline.com.

Here’s our music setlist from this last weekend (with links to purchase the original recordings from the artists listed):
It’s Not My Time – 3 Doors Down (instrumental)*****
The Time Has Come – HillSong United
Let Me Sing – Todd Fields
Majesty – Hillsong United
Lead Me To The Cross – Brooke Frazer
Communion – Third Day

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*****(Please use discretion when previewing or purchasing other songs by this artist as other songs on this CD may contain inappropriate lyrical content.)



Music Setlist – 09.06.08 and 09.07.08 by Mike Jones
September 12, 2008, 7:50 pm
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Here’s our music setlist from this last weekend (with links to purchase the original recordings from the artists listed):

Makes Me Wonder – Maroon 5 (instrumental)*****
Today Is The Day – Lincoln Brewster
Let Me Sing – Todd Fields
Center – Charlie Hall
Whatever You’re Doing – Sanctus Real
I Give You My Heart / Center – Amanda and Mike

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*****(Please use discretion when previewing or purchasing other songs by this artist as other songs on this CD may contain inappropriate lyrical content.)



Music Setlist – 08.30.08 and 08.31.08 by Mike Jones
September 6, 2008, 9:57 am
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Last weekend we continued our series BECOMING talking about the spiritual practice of fixed hour prayer. I know many of you have been a part of that this week and we are interested in hearing how this prayer rhythm has affected your week.

We also had Taylor Phelan out to The Orchard to lead us during some of our worship time. He did an excellent job and has a great voice, wouldn’t you agree?!

Here’s our music setlist from this last weekend (with links to purchase the original recordings from the artists listed):

Stranger Things Have Happened – Foo Fighters (instrumental)*****
Awesome Is The Lord Most High – Chris Tomlin
Marvelous Light – Charlie Hall
How He Loves – Kim Walker
Wholly Yours – David Crowder Band
Light – Shawn Mcdonald

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*****(Please use discretion when previewing or purchasing other songs by this artist as other songs on this CD may contain inappropriate lyrical content.)



Music Setlist – 08.23.08 and 08.24.08 by Mike Jones
August 26, 2008, 3:04 pm
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The music setlist is back! Every week we have people ask us about the music we play here at the Orchard and how they can get a copy of it. While we may perform these ‘Orchard style’, you will find links to purchase almost all of the songs we use from iTunes.

This last weekend, was a tough one for me and some of the staff – I lost a very close friend. While we grieved and celebrated his life, we also continued to do what Todd did… lead other’s in a growing relationship with Jesus.

I hope this second week in our series BECOMING was practical for you. Finding opportunities to be quiet, to be still and listen, can be difficult. We talked about silent meditation and meditating on scripture. You can download the message here.

Here’s our music setlist from the weekend:

Belief – John Mayer (instrumental)
Salvation is Here – Hillsong United
Everlasting God – Lincoln Brewster
Center – Charlie Hall
In Your Presence – Jeremy Camp (same song prior to message and after)

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04.26.08 and 04.27.08 – Setlist by Mike Jones
April 27, 2008, 10:40 am
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This weekend we concluded our series Smudged. Chris Bell brought us a great teaching on spirituality vs. religion. We’re on a spiritual journey that is about a way of life.

Turn from believing rightly to living rightly.
Turn from following rules to building relationships.
Turn from the destination to the journey.
Turn from religious rituals to spiritual practices.

We ended the weekend by taking communion together – a spiritual practice to remember what a friend did for us. It’s all about cleaning the lenses of our life so that we can see things how they really are – unsmudged.

Here’s the music setlist from the weekend (with links to iTunes to purchase the original recordings):

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*****(Please use discretion when previewing or purchasing other songs by this artist as other songs on this album may contain inappropriate lyrical content.)



04.19.08 and 04.20.08 – Setlist by Mike Jones
April 21, 2008, 8:59 am
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Our Smudged series continued as we talked about our children.  Scott talked about how we can build scaffolding in our kids lives so that their lives and leadership would exceed our own.  Very powerful and healing message in looking at how we see our parents and our children with an unsmudged perspective.  We concluded each service with an opportunity for parents to dedicate their kids to God – asking God and our church community to help them build scaffolding in their kids’ lives.

Here’s the music setlist from the weekend (with links to iTunes to purchase the original recordings):

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*****(Please use discretion when previewing or purchasing other songs by this artist as other songs on this album may contain inappropriate lyrical content.)



04.12.08 and 04.13.08 – Setlist by Mike Jones
April 14, 2008, 8:52 am
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This weekend in our series Smudged, Chris Bell talked about our health and how we view our bodies. He talked about not comparing ourselves to others but treating our body as the temple of God. He also gave some very practical things for us to check out to improve our health.

Here’s the music setlist from the weekend (with links to iTunes to purchase the original recordings):

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