Love the worship of Ignite Conference 2017 and want to get it all in one place? Well here’s the list of songs that emmanuelworship played! There are so many reasons why we seriously LOVE these songs. They're dang catchy, incredibly written (by people who know & love God), the lyrics are relatable and they're a really good prayer tool. If you're like us, and love to bring music into your prayer times, check them out and bring them into your every day life. Plus, the sweet tunes are an easy listen for everyone - whether they heard them first at Ignite Conference, or playing in your car.
Ventus [noise from heaven] Album:
At Conference, emmanuelworship gave us a sneak peak of their new album, Ventus [noise from heaven]. They recorded it live from Mueller College and it is dropping in December this year.
- Come to the water
- Our Mark
- Face to Face
- Christ the King
- Holy Spirit Come
- Come Alive
Seriously, make sure you stay tuned and grab this album as soon as it is released. We can't get these songs out of our head, and we're not mad about it. If you're interested, or want to stay up to date with emmanuelworship you can also follow them on instagram and facebook just head to @emmanuelworship.
- I Will Follow
- Your Name is Mercy
- Good News
- Body of Christ
- Christ Revealed
- Breathe in Me
The mass parts used for the celebration of the Eucharist at Ignite Conference were emmanuelworship’s Rivers Mass Settings, they are approved by ICEL and the Australian Bishops Commission for Liturgy and can be purchased for use in your parish, school or community right here!
It’s been two weeks since summer camp, and while we can’t speak for anyone else who was there, it’s been hard coming down the mountain and trying to sustain ‘faith’ at home outside of the oasis of camp. Life seems pretty different to summer's adventures & our Summer Camp MC's Jess and Claire are here with a few tips on how to make it back into the 'real world'.
A new year has started! Woohoo! New Resolutions have been set, and hopefully this will be the year that they aren’t broken. Because – guess what - it's your choice now.
Today marks a pretty important day in Australia - the Boxing Day Test. Whether you’re a Brit or an Aussie, I can guarantee that in homes all across the country people will be emerging from their Christmas Day food coma, nabbing the best seat on the couch and settling in for a long day of watching the cricket. Of course, tea breaks are the best time to throw in a water fight, play some backyard cricket or grab some leftovers from the fridge. It’s a time-worn tradition. But it's also important for another reason.
As a kid, I was stoked to be a part of Christmas Mass. All the children got to be angels, farm animals, and shepherds adorned in their mum’s tea towels and sheets. The older kids were chosen to be the wise men, and one girl got to be Mary. If you were in Innisfail in 2006 you would have seen the nervous face of 12-year-old me in the special role. Things have changed a little since then...
Do you know where the whole ‘Christmas tree idea’ came from?
Apparently the ancient Egyptians and Romans used leaves as a symbol of worship to their Gods. Pagans would bring evergreens into their homes during the winter months and decorate them with nuts to brighten the mood. There are several stories of how this transformed into the modern Christmas tree...
Have you ever heard the saying, “There’s no such thing as a new idea?” Well, this isn’t a new idea ... Even if it is an old idea, it is a good idea, so it is worth repeating.
Do you ever wonder if you are too young to lead? Or too old? Somewhere in between? If there’s anything I’ve learned about leadership it’s that each stage and age of leadership offers a unique perspective and a unique gift.
Students crash down from mountain top experiences because we focus on the journey up, not the journey back down to everyday life.
I don’t know about you but my post-conference week has been brutal. I miss you all. I miss chilling out in the festival with you, I miss the random conversations that start in the food line, I miss the rallies with the incredible speakers and I miss worshipping our God with you.