Mark R. Weston
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Mark R. Weston


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I have just produced a CD entitled "Wistful Reflections - Worship Songs of the Jesus Movement." It is professionally recorded, engineered and mastered. It features the Native American Flute with a gentle acoustic guitar accompaniment, both played by me. Christian worship music with a compellingly enthralling flavor, style and elegance. Whether you listen to this album during your personal devotions, during your quiet time or meditation on the Lord, or simply to enjoy soothing, relaxing music anywhere, you are invited to take a journey from the past to the present, and experience the peace that passes all understanding, right now, just as we did those many years ago.

“For I am the Lord. I change not.” Malachi 3:6


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I am a Praise and Worship guitarist and Native American Flute player. I've been playing acoustic and electric guitar in worship services since the early '70s. The Jesus Movement took place from the late 1960s to around 1979. I became a product of the Jesus Movement in 1973, during the heart of the movement. At that time, I attended a Christian coffeehouse every Saturday night. With nothing more than my guitar in hand for an instrument, our voices, and our collective desire to experience the presence of the Holy Spirit, we gathered to sing choruses and worship songs. Many of us arrived with our long hair, in our cut-off shorts and sandals. My, oh my, how the Holy Spirit did fall every time, without fail. We did not have lavish, full musical orchestrations…just my acoustic guitar and our voices. Many of the most effective worship songs were “old” Christian Hymns, like At the Cross, Cleanse Me, and of course, Amazing Grace, together with some of the more contemporary songs of the day, such as “There’s Something About That Name” and “We have come into this house.” Many of these hymns and songs were new to us young, former “hippies” and we soaked them into our hearts like sponges. Untold numbers of young lives were profoundly and tangibly changed forever, including mine. I am now an international staff member of the United Nations.