Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Praise Time: Songwriting! (How-To's). Part Two: Chubby

Here is the second video in that series you've all been waiting to comment on! I've got to mention first of all that Charlotte de Gaalon wrote this song below. Love you!

Praise time: Songwriting!
(DISCLAIMER: You don't have to be a musical Home to do this praise idea!)
* Put together a list of song titles. Kids' songs or very common praise songs are ideal. Below is a list of song ideas.
* Divide your Home into a few groups of 2-5 people, depending on the size of your Home. Cut out the song titles and place them in a hat or bowl.
* Have each group pick out a song title and give them 3-5 minutes to come up with praise words that fit the tune of the song they chose.
* Have each team take turns presenting their praise song to the Home.

Part Two: Chubby.

Second of a 3 part series. Stay tuned for the last (and best) part!



At 12:41 pm, Anonymous kevin said...

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At 10:01 pm, Blogger thisisme said...

Hahah... Kevin your an ass:P Charolette's looking good these days, looks like she lost some weight.

At 2:59 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Joe don't get too close to girls you don't plan on being with.
But she is cute that she is singing that song.

And I know that you are a sweet guy.
And I believe that you are just being nice.

At 8:25 am, Anonymous Dave said...

I think I recall having read the first story somewhere, I can't recall where I read it.

At 9:26 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha, cute!! Charlotte looks good-- I wish I could see you guys while you're up in Texas, but I'm kinda far from where you'll be. Lot's of love!


At 10:03 am, Blogger Rosita said...

Well, I must say the first story's use of descriptive language brings the story home in a greater way. While it may conjure painful memories of bygone days for some it brings the scene alive and paints more vividly the contrast to the change brought about. In writing you have to paint the scene in ways your reader will not forget, even if at times it calls for the offensive and astonishing in vivid word pictures.
I can see why they would edit it for the Magazine and Reflections though.
I guess it would have to depend on who you're writing for - a Christian Magazine, with a testimony to be faithful to? - Or a secular publication, whose main interest is captivating the reader, at all costs.

Nice to see you Charlotte! Keep it up! You just might have a future in the music world! LOL!
Love you and write me sometime:

At 8:33 am, Anonymous Administrator said...

Kevin, whoever you are and whoever you were talking about, that was a very distasteful and un-prayed-about comment (now deleted). Please pray about your words before you put them down here for posterity.

Love, Joe.

At 11:54 am, Anonymous Teresa said...

l know right joe..tsk tsk, char you're gorgous, love you

At 10:46 pm, Blogger Gabe said...

Charlotte you smokin' tsssss. BIG HUG!

At 11:09 am, Anonymous Charlotte said...

Thanks Gabe, so are you!

-Lots of love!


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