Author: Travis Cottrell

Posts by Travis Cottrell

Random Thursday Randomness

1. I love Wednesdays. One reason I love them is because I love band practice and choir practice at church. Wednesdays are good. That’s all. 2. Yesterday was no exception, although I did have to go to two places that aren’t exactly bucket list places on any given Wednesday. I had to take my car…

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September 28, 2010

This book is officially available in stores today. The original release date was October 8. But the date got moved up. So today is the day. (It’s also my dad’s 86th birthday. Happy birthday, Dad!) I still can’t believe that the Lord granted me the blessing of putting these thoughts to paper. I’m completely serious…

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Home

Hey, friends. Hope you all are well. We have been on vacation this past week. Had a fun and relaxing 5 days at the beach. Because of our move and all the craziness that it caused, we were unable to have any kind of get-away this summer. So we took the kids out of school…

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This Sunday at Englewood

Tomorrow morning’s worship – Who Is Like The LordSing To The KingRevelation SongHoly, Holy, HolyChrist Is Lifted UpOne Thing (Response / Invitation)Message – The Great Commandment, The Great Commission, The Greater Things (Matt. 22:34-40; 28:16-20) Tomorrow night’s worship – To The KingNew DoxologyOur GodStrongerMessage – Evangelism Done Right (Acts 15:36-16:5) Can’t wait until church tomorrow!

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I Know This is Late Notice, But…

Hey, friends. I’m sorry this is really late notice, but I wanted to let you know the team and I have 3 concerts this weekend: Friday night, September 10 – Bardstown, KY at 7:30pmSaturday night, September 11 – Gadsden, AL at 6pmSunday night, September 12 – St. Charles, MO at 6pm We are pumped to…

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Carnegie Hall

I’m really excited about October 18. Really excited. It’s going to be fun night to share with a killer orchestra and 200 voice choir. I’m pumped to sing Forevermore, In Christ Alone, Jesus Saves, 2000 Years, and a bunch of other stuff with them. I can’t even begin to tell you what a privilege it…

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