The Singing at Mosi the other night was very heartening (is that the correct usage,Jenn?) . For me, those are the times that I "feel" emotional as a christian and that can be a good thing, I think. I have been blessed to know some of the most gifted song writers of our day. Charli Couchman, Glenda Schales and Craig Roberts have been enhancing worship times with their melodious and contemplative works for the last several years. I would encourage song leaders to learn their songs and then help congregations learn them as well. If one were to line up some foot-stomping Stamps-Baxters, say "Ring it Out" or "Sing me a Song about Jesus"( no offense to those who love those and they truly help you ) and compare it with " The Lord is My Light", "Exalted", "For You Have Promised", or "Theophany" ( ...High above the seraphim...)then I think it is clear that there is much more depth in these songs. Again, I hope our song leaders will try to use these in leading congregations so that we not only will edify one another but more importantly Glorify and lift up our Savior and King.