Worship Interludes: The First Snow [Episode 59, January 4, 2018]

Hello everyone and HAPPY NEW YEAR!

We’re down here in South Georgia where snow is typically non-existent.  Someone didn’t realize that because the south has been blanketed with snow and ice. We didn’t get snowfall here on St. Simons Island, GA but got lots of freezing rain and ice. I spent yesterday with my family without power but grateful for a gas fireplace and propane. It got pretty cold in our home last night without heat but we survived and I came to the studio this morning ready to record my first instrumental interlude of the year.

This is called “The First Snow” – inspired by all the pictures and videos I’ve seen of friends enjoying the snowfall we so rarely see in this area. I hope you enjoy the simple melody and can use today’s interlude in your personal time of prayer, meditation, or relaxation.

I pray your 2018 is blessed beyond measure!

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Fred McKinnon is a Pianist/Composer from St. Simons Island, GA. Checkout the full BIO for more information and a complete bio. Worship Interludes Podcast - This podcast features instrumentals for prayer, meditation, soaking worship, relaxation, study music, and rest. Visit the Podcast page to listen or subscribe. Follow on Social MediaFacebookYouTubeInstagramTwitter

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