On Eagle’s Wings

Sarah Fryer sings “On Eagle’s Wings” at the Memorial Service for Angie Fryer (18 Feb 2023)

No Night There


The finale song by the Wheaton College Men’s Glee Club today at church: “No Night There!” Check out the first recording I made also!

E’en So, Lord Jesus Quickly Come


Today during both our church services, we were blessed to workshop with members of the Wheaton College Men’s Glee Club. This is an excerpt of the song they sang during the offertory, “E’en So, Lord Jesus Quickly Come,” This video version by a different choir includes the full song with subtitles.

Mo-Ranch Men’s Conference Choir


Sounds of the 2014 Mo-Ranch Men’s Conference Choir.


Run This Race


Singing “Run this Race” at the Mo-Ranch Men’s Conference on May 3, 2014.


Sounds of Christmas (2013)


This December I used the free Audioboo app on my iPhone to record excerpts of several music concerts I attended at school and at church. This audio recording is a combination of four different recordings: Singing Oh Christmas TreeNostalgic for the 1950sO Holy Night, and Images of Christmas. In order, these were recorded at Independence Elementary School in Yukon, Oklahoma, at Quail Creek Elementary in Oklahoma City, at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City, and at First Presbyterian Church in Edmond. Enjoy these sounds of the Christmas season in Oklahoma!




This is is an 2.5 minute clip from the song, “Treasures,” in the musical “ParaPalooza” at our church today.


Let It Shine


This is a two minute audio recording from the “ParaPalooza” musical at our church today, during the song, “Let It Shine.” Rachel had a solo in this song which runs from the 28 second mark of this recording to the 35 second mark. She did great!


Who Will Be a Witness?


The closing 55 seconds of the song, “Witness,” today during the worship service at First Presbyterian Church of Edmond, Oklahoma. The photo below is the illustration my 8 year old daughter, Rachel, drew during the service today. (It is is cross-posted to our family learning blog, “Learning Signs.”) This was the first time my 11 year old daughter, Sarah, has sung as a part of the “Contemporary Choir” at our church. This hymn was sung by a combination of the Contemporary Choir and the Chancel Choir.

Banjo Pickin’


These are the sounds of our local version of the “Soggy Bottom Boys” warming up on Friday, February 3, 2012. “Them boys can play!”

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