Isaiah 43:7 (NKJV) – “Everyone who is called by My name, whom I created for My glory; I have formed him, yes, I have made him.”
Created 2 Praise is a daily music blog and devotional website created to provide a unique experience of a new piece of praise and worship music
with a devotional based on that particular piece of music that everyone is invited to listen to, ponder on, pray about, and share with their family, friends, or church congregation.
Created2Praise.ca – The Purpose
I began sharing inspirational contemporary Christian music during the beginning days of March 2020. Since our church was shut down, I felt the need to support and comfort my church choir, family, and friends, that had been very special to me over the years. I came up with the idea to offer a weekly contemporary or sometimes traditional Christian praise song to go along with my friend’s morning/evening devotion, online message, or weekly moment of praise. With this music selection, I added my thoughts regarding the music’s message, perhaps the artist, its relevance to our lives today, and our Father’s mercies and love towards each of us. Read More
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Lou-Anne Mayville is the owner of Mayville's Piano Studio in Essex, Ontario Canada
I began my musical journey at four years of age. “I can honestly tell you that I do not remember a time that I was not playing the piano.” My first song chorded from the Hymnbook was “Sweet Hour of Prayer.”
My first cantata (long musical) that I played for was at the age of eleven at a small-town Baptist Church. Funny story, probably from excitement and a few nerves, we performed the musical in record time, probably safe to say with few if at all many tender moments. Still, I did not lack my piano proficiency and eagerness to perform. From this point forward, I performed two musicals yearly and played the piano alongside my mom as she was the organist and music director of the church; our entire family was involved in the music at that hometown church. At the age of twelve, I played for Sunday School each week. I am sure my accompaniment would have been a little rough, but the Sunday School teachers seemed happy to have me fill the void; I would ultimately develop skills for my next musical endeavour. At around fifteen years of age, I began a small junior choir; we had many opportunities to sing in morning services and yearly musicals; once again, I would now learn directing skills to set me up for my next stage in life. Read More: