The Sunday Sample, Episode 99: "When is it right to change a song on the fly"

Sep 06, 05:00 PM
Today I share an incident from our service on Sunday in the Thames Valley churches of Christ. 

CJ made a helpful suggestion about changing the final song - during the service. 

Let’s talk today about how we decide when it is appropriate or not to change a song on the ‘fly’.

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