Yesterday's service was a little wacky for me, with my view from the "slide show." I make the media presentations for church each week...patching together some photos, videos, words to songs, and scriptures to make a visual worship experience. Usually, we have a service with very few hiccups.
Then sometimes, things get a little hairy.
Our guest worship leader got lost in Charlotte before service, so the house band was hastily pulling out some oldy-goldies, which put me typing in some songs just before service began. Fast typing, distractions, questions, and confusion leads to songs like this showing up on the screen:
(for context...this was at the particularly serious altar call time)
'I love You, Lord...And I lift my voice...to worship You, Oh my soul rejoice...
Take joy my King...in what You hear...Let it be a sweet, sweet sound...IN YOUR EYE"
I noticed it just before we got there. Behind me, I hear Nathan say, "EYE?" I look over to see Iris and Richard dissolved in giggles. (Iris had to leave service she was laughing so hard). With our new, fancy media program, I can edit without anyone noticing. I debated for a second, and swiftly changed the words for the next run-through to read, "In your ear."
Talk about holy laughter.
Pictured: traditional "God's Eye" art common to Mexican Indians.