Corporations Taking over Church Music

Hey Ya’ll,

Thanks to Kevin Eades for posting this on TheWorshipCommunity.Com. This guy (Tim Hawkins) is a riot. Enjoy.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-hJloQqUe4[/youtube]

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7 comments on “Corporations Taking over Church Music

  1. debbyc says:

    thank you so much guys for the friday morning giggle! i’m sending it to our entire band and praise team.

  2. mandy says:

    LOL.
    he’s Prophetic!

  3. Might not be bad! It would be a change from us taking the world’s slogans and changing them to ours and putting them on our t-shirts!
    lol

  4. Kevin Eades says:

    Thanks for the link 🙂 I really enjoy him. His Cletus Take the Reel (Parody of Jesus Take The Wheel) His GREAT!!

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