A method for young people not to waste talents from GodWatch
You can also show your faith through doing what you are good at. For example, if you are good at maths, you can help to calculate bills and look for the best deals if you help the church to buy materials.
I received a calling to join this challenge in 2020. I just "sight-read" the hymns up to now but forgot that I have to "pass off" as well. As it was a holy calling for me to take part, I hope to do it to the fullest as I found some ways to "pass off", either using self-played hymns as the BGM of my YouTube videos (mainly bus ride throughs, the hymn number will determine on the route number), using the self-recorded MP3s to assist my dad or other people I know who are leading the singspiration sessions at church to get familiar with the hymns, or playing them live at some church meetings. I will use all three ways to "pass off".
This is a great idea!!! I’ve been challenging myself to learn Spanish, as I’m quite good at french. I love listening to worship songs and hymns and reading the Bible in both languages to help me practise. Good luck with all you devotions to God, you are really inspiring!!
I wasn't able to keep up and quit in the middle of July last year but God told me to come back.
#358 and #302 marked my return to the challenge. Next up are #412, #126, #122, #258 and #307. Some hymns may jump the queue if I get calls to play at church meetings. There are now 100 hymns in the queue right now.
For "method B", the YouTube video BGM, the first one will be #307 for bus 307 ride through, followed by #118. It will be used for the ride through of bus 118.
I was recognised to have perfect pitch in 2016, and I am known to be the only guy with perfect pitch in the church. This uniqueness is used by my church. When we sing hymns without backing tracks, we always sing lower as we progress. So, I am asked a few times to use my perfect pitch to prevent this from happening again.