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Saturday, March 14, 2009

Friday Music Nights at Expresso Lane

Last night Prince and I went to our favorite little coffee shop in Newnan. Our Youth Pastor and really good friend Joe Payton was playing and we wouldn't have missed it for the world!

Imagine, playing and singing songs of praise on a Friday night in a coffee shop downtown. Prince said that this would have never happened in his native beloved England in such a public place and that worship music is mostly confined to churches there. We had the best time and they are awesome singer's.

This is the group singing "How Great Is Our God".......




"Our God is Mighty to Save, He is Mighty to Save.....Forever Author of Salvation"....




This is one of my favorite little fellows in the world, Andrew. He plays the acoustic guitar with his Dad and Mom on Sundays in our Church as they lead praise music. He played and sang a song for his Dad at his Ordination and it was without a doubt one of the most touching things that I have ever witnessed.



"I Can Only Imagine"......me too...........




The beautiful tables set at Espresso Lane for Friday night local musicians. Prince and I love to go hear local talent and we so enjoyed last night. What a blessing it was to be able to go to such a special event. Joe's wonderful smiling parent's were there. His beautiful wife Courtney sang with them a few times. Now, she can really belt it our as well. Other people from our church, Sargent Baptist, were there t show some support and love. I think we all had a fantastic Friday night in our beautiful town of Newnan.




Wishing everyone a weekend filled with much love joy and laughter!!


Steady On
Reggie Girl

34 comments:

  1. Hallelujah! I will have a double espresso. Uh, could you put just a touch of brandy in it, for medicinal purposes only.

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  2. This looks like a wonderful evening, I would love to go to a coffee house and listen to live worship music!

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  3. Looks like you had a wonderful time!

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  4. What a wondrous way to share God's love and goodness on a Friday night with friends from church.

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  5. There is nothing like good friends and good music! They go hand in hand!
    Blessings on the rest of your weekend.

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  6. looks like you had a great evening out!! it has been a while since I have been out like that. As soon as this knee is feeling better, I plan on taking it out dancing! :-) Your post today inspired me. Have a great weekend.

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  7. Wow I would love to go with you in that coffee shop.. I hope you and Prince could also see my husband perform.. Have a lovely day ahead..

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  8. Sounds like a wonderful night. Too bad that praise music is only played in churches in England. Praise to our Amazing Lord should be played all day, every day! Bless His Holy Name!!!!

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  9. Awesome! The church I went to as a teenager has a pastor who also had a band. It was so cool. They would play gigs and stuff (christian music). My favorite was I'll Fly Away.

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  10. What a wonderful way to spend a friday night.

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  11. I love those songs. Must have been a fantastic night.

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  12. It certainly seems as though you had a lovely evening Reggie and your "Prince" is correct this does not happen in UK, at least I have never heard of it. A x

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  13. Thanks for stopping by, on the left is a email feed and a followers link like you have here. love your blog and how you you raise and promote well being for pets. Take care Fiona

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  14. Oh How fun for you Gina..local talent an all the going out stuff(:)
    Ok good on the rusty 12x12 in ceiling tins
    .. no hurry ..are you putting them in your house??.That would be so cool~
    hugs, Patty

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  15. Thanks again for showing the riches of small town life.

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  16. Hi Reggie! Thanks for coming by my blog earlier. My email is mcwidget06@gmail.com
    We have a coffeehouse in the Episcopal church the next town over and they always have some great musical guests. It's always a good time. I'm going to check their coming events-thanks for giving me the idea. :)

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  17. sounds wonderful- i so love music with meaning xx

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  18. It is our job as parnents to get our kids to heaven,Looks as tho Andrews folks have been busy! Praise God!

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  19. I think that is pretty awesome, Christian Songs on a Friday night. I totally wouldn't mind as long as they deliver!

    Espresso Lane really sounds awesome! WHat a great place for the town to relax and meet up on Friday night! Never happens to us here! I feel kinda touched! :)

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    I didn't see a contact on your blog to e-mail you.

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  21. Hey my dear Reggie, how's the house painting? Guess busy.. busy.. hope you can find the time to get your award on my site.. see ya! Happy Sunday to you and Prince.

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  22. Great coffee house, I can almost hear the music. The coffee house for music and poetry here is East Bay Cafe, Monday Night Blues. And on Sundays, Seacoast Church rocks out...less acoustically but still a joyful noise.

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  23. these wonderfully intimate homely places just don't exist here in london anymore, only in small villages, i do miss them. happy sunday.

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  24. Reggie girl, don't know how I missed this piece before - Blogger has been up to some very random things! It looks as if a fabulously friendly nignht was had by all - Great pics, thank you!

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  25. Thanks for the info, managed to install okay, sent an email but don't know if it got to you, have a good week.

    Margaret

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  26. I'm not extremely religious, but one of the songs I sing well are "I can only imagine." Seems like a perfect night out!

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