About the writer

The title of my blog relates to my decision to make my life a song of worship to God. Music can be beautiful.  It can also be obnoxious.  We can sing the song of our lives for selfish gain, or pleasure.  Or, we can choose to share our gifts, money and time with others.  I have tried both and that is why I now do my best to live (sing) for God.   My prayer is that my life be a beautiful song of worship rather than the sound of nails on a chalkboard.  It may be fun and easy to make the latter sound.  But, it’s not what others need.

My focus in this blog is to write devotionals based on the liturgical scriptures of the week. Occasionally  I will offer a new book or song announcement. I appreciate all those who follow, read and “like” my writings and music and hope you find some encouragement here.

The direct link to this blog should be ising4God.com. I also blog at wordsforworkers.wordpress.com and essaysfromlife.wordpress.com and have a web site at DonTerryBooks.com.

Don Terry was born in San Jose, California.  He served  as a worship leader for his youth group and at Bible School.  Don also led worship for Bible studies in California, Washington, Pennsylvania, New York and Tennessee.

Don is a graduate of Calvary Chapel Bible School and Western Kentucky University, with a double major in Religious Studies and Communications.  His previous work includes Spiritual Director and speaker of Nashville Chrysalis,  as well as assistant Spiritual Director and speaker for Nashville Emmaus.

Don has served in churches as a pastor, associate pastor, worship leader, sound engineer, media director, usher, greeter and Sunday School teacher.  In addition, Don has served as a short-term missionary to Brazil and India. Currently, Don Terry works as a Contractor/Purchasing Associate for a correctional managed health care company in Brentwood, TN and lives in a small town called White House , TN with his wife and two boys.  He now sings as part of a praise team, teaches Bible studies in his home and attends The Northridge Church. Don writes regularly on his blog at ISing4God.Com, and is the author of Are Your Ready To Serve? and Living in God’s Peace. Images of America: White House, published by Arcadia Publishing, is due to come out 2014.

Blessings to all of you as you sing for God in your own ways.

Thanks for visiting.  May our lives be a song for God.

Don

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Email: donterry@ising4God.com, don@donterrybooks.com

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11 thoughts on “About the writer

  1. Hi Don
    Nice to meet you :-)
    I’ve been pitter-pattering around, so do forgive the footprints. There is much to read and listen to here. Thanks for sharing!
    Blessings
    ann

      • I am one of those christians who btaelts with the command GO. I have so many ideas that would help my church grow tremendously, but my church is very small and there are not many youth advocates that would help bring my ideas to fruition. So, I choose to stay where I am due to the lack of help and motivaiton within my church. I am just stuck between a rock and a hard place and I don’t know what to do.

      • I have often been in places where I felt unappreciated and unmotivated. For me, the change had to come from within. I believe it is we who decide to minister in strength and power. Decide to be a positive and powerful influence in your church and you will be. Blessings. Don

    • I often believe that I have been such a dinsoppintmeat. But, know that when God sees me he sees Jesus. But, here is what I often think about. If God sees Jesus who died for all of our sins, what does Jesus see when he looks down on earth. I try so very hard to be a good person and when I try really hard, I fail. But, when I run to Jesus to say I am sorry, he holds out his arms takes me into a tight hug and tells me it is okay. Go try again but, let me help you. Each day is better than the day before.

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