About

My wife Nancy and I have been married for 48 years and have two sons, six lively grandsons and one wonderful grand-daughter! We live near Tampa Florida where we are members of Generations Christian Church. This blog – Praise 2 Worship began when we were still serving on a worship team at our multi-cultural church in Pennsylvania. Though neither of us serve any longer at church this space is still dedicated to link our hearts through stories, poems and songs to the only one who is truly worthy of praise – Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Most of the photos used in Praise2Worship  are our own and may be shared only by permission.

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8 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello! I look forward to really diving into your blog. Also, thank you for following my blog at http://faith1stministries.com I hope it has and will continue to be a major blessing in your life. May God richly bless you as you continue to write and blog. Please continue with us on this journey and remember to have Faith 1st because the “just shall live by his faith.” — Sebastian

  2. Thanks for the follow…it led me here. I love to worship in any language…whether I know the language or not :). So long as the focus is Jesus, it’s all good.

    I’ve had opportunities to worship in a multi-lingual church in Nicaragua (Puerta Cabezas). Pastor Earl has Spanish, Miskito, and English speaking people in his congregation. Ah, it’s a foretaste of heaven! The songs are longer because each is sung in Spanish, then Miskito, then in English – obviously not in its entirety each time. So fun.

    May the Lord bless your ministry with a great harvest. 🙂

    \o/
    Praise Jesus!

    1. Thank you so much for sharing your experience. We sing about half our songs in English, the rest in Portuguese and sometimes we combine the two languages in a single song. The message is generally in Portuguese with translation into English. Sounds like you have a pretty good idea of what it is like!

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