Monday, June 14, 2010

Deeper Still Denver

Deeper Still - Denver CO from Rich Kalonick on Vimeo.

10 comments:

Diane said...

Thank you so much for your ministry to the women who attended Deeper Still in Denver. Please extend our thanks to your family and church who shared you with us. It was a good thing to praise the Lord with all 48 million of us!

(or Mom!) said...

My church is hosting the Sept 18 simulcast (Parkside Baptist in Denison, TX) and I CAN NOT WAIT to see how God is going to use you and Beth to minister to us that day!! I've got the awesome opportunity to lead the Promotions team and was so excited to hear in today's simulcast meeting that you'll be joining us for the next one. Praying for you brother. :)

Julie said...

This has nothing to do with DS-Denver, but I had to let you know.

The worship you led at the Pastor's Conference in Orlando Sunday and Monday was the best we've ever had! I've gone for 15 years and it was just the best.

God-honoring, full of praise and worship of our God and King.

It was just what I needed! Thanks so very much for leading us and for giving of yourself!

Angela said...

I went to "Living Proof Live" this weekend in St. Louis. Your team led a version of Just As I Am with a beautiful bridge or medley containing the lyrics "I come broken to be mended, I come wounded to be healed", but I can't find it anywhere on the internet to use in my church. Who wrote this? What is it's name? And where can I get it? I have found Just As I Am on one of your LPL CDs but the website won't allow me to listen to it to see if it's the original or the one with the mixed in lyrics. Can you help? It's so beautiful.

Cindy said...

I, too, am looking for the answer to Angela's question. Was this ever answered??

Thanks!

Katherine said...

I'd love to know the name of the Just As I Am song, too. It was so meaningful to me at the conference this weekend.

Anonymous said...

Travis, the Just As I Am song hit me this last weekend in Richmond. I have looked all over the internet for the music. Is it not published yet? Will you add it to your next cd? I really want to know. Thank you.

Jennifer said...

I, too, am looking for the answer to Angela's question. Was this ever answered?? The ladies of our church have been singing it for a month -- we can't get it out of our heads - it was GLORIOUSLY awesome -- so we want to buy a recording of it - but no luck :(

Scott said...

I too was looking for the enhanced version of "Just As I Am" with the bridge "I come broken to be mended, I come wounded to be healed", and came across this set of blog comments. To provide direction to fellow seekers, the song is available on the album "When The Stars Burn Down" by Travis Cottrell. I just purchased this version of Just As I Am, as a 99-cent MP3 download on Amazon.

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