Summary:Join Doyle Davidson and Kathie Davidson on set today as they begin with songs ministered by Water of Singers to honor Terry Mai’s service. Kathie then gives a message about making yourself ready - laying down your idols, going through the fire, and washing yourself in the blood of the Lamb. Doyle closes speaking about faith, the gospel, and the ministry of apostles, prophets, teachers, pastors, and evangelists for the perfecting of the Body of Christ.
Terry Mai and Water of Life Boys (recorded song)
“There Stood A Lamb”
Water of Life Boys (recorded song)
“I Am The Messiah”
The Mai Girls (recorded song)
“The Truth Of His Word”
Water of Life Sweet 16 (recorded songs)
“God Sacrificed The Lamb”
“I Proclaim The Name”
Paul Peters, Terre Brown (piano), David Brown (bass)
“Standing On The Promises”
“Who Am I?”
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1 Corinthians 14:26-33
1 Corinthians 10:1-6, 21
Hebrews 11:1, 6
Habakkuk 2:4, Romans 1:17, Galatians, 3:11, Hebrews 10:38
1 Timothy 2:7
1 Corinthians 15:10
Read About It:Click the following links to see more details of the testimonies mentioned in this program.
God gave Terry one of the great bass baritone voices of our time. He had a voice that was known around the country. Terry performed in such places as the Honolulu Symphony in Hawaii. His critics rated him as one of the best bass baritones to appear on the islands in the past ten years. He performed in Washington, DC at the Kennedy Center, and he toured with an opera company from Charlotte, North Carolina touring the United States where he made seventy appearances in various notable performance centers throughout. He performed at Casa Mañana in Fort Worth, Texas. Terry sang frequently at the Temple Emmanuel in Dallas, Texas and did a single performance of Handel's Messiah at Tyler Street United Methodist Church . His final performance before moving on to become worship leader at Water of Life Church was to direct and perform in Bill Gaither's Alleluia at the First United Methodist Church in McKinney, Texas. Terry was in a class of students at Fort Hays University that had special talents, with one student moving on to become a member of the Buddy Rich Band. He performed alongside well known performers including Van Johnson. Terry also performed what was said to be one of the best performances of The Music Man. He was a former choir director at the First United Methodist Church in McKinney, Texas. God took Terry with these abilities and taught him to worship God in spirit and truth and follow Him. He was the worship leader for Water of Life Church since it was chartered in 1980 and became a minister of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and ministered for twenty-nine years and experienced the power of God in his life as well as his whole family.
(Excerpt from the Dallas Morning News - Obituary of Terry Mai)