My First YouTube Video: The How-Not-to-Worship Song


After much dragging of feet and a lot of help from my awesome son, I am pleased to post my very first YouTube video! God has been nudging at me to venture out and do something with some of the video I have.

What did these nudges look like?

Within three days, I had three friends encourage me to YouTube it. Karen Charney, my fabulously talented friend who helps me with this blog, started talking YouTube. Then I sat with 2 cute gals on a plane ride and out of the blue they start telling me I should start posting to YouTube if I want to grow my platform. Next I check my email inbox and there are two invitations to webinars on using YouTube.

Got the Message.

Now how to make it happen. So then I started trying to figure out how to edit my video into small clips and about pulled my brain out my ears. Not pretty.

Let’s just say, I am techno-challenged! Praise God for media savvy college boys and a rainy day! BAM! Done.

This video was taken at a West Point PWOC retreat in march, where I was leading worship. I had such a blast with this fabulous group of women!


Enjoy this humorous look at some of the distractions we face when it comes to worshiping God.

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  1. So funny, but so true!
    How often do we set out to worship, but allow our minds to wander off somewhere else.
    Great reminder–and lots of fun, too.

    • Ginger Harrington

      So glad you enjoyed this bit of craziness. Yes, this is how my brain thinks; it’s amazing I can get a word in with all the buzz going on in the grey matter.

  2. Great job, Ginger. I wish I were in your WW group. I know fun will be had. God bless you.

    • Ginger Harrington

      Glad you liked it. Content like that is pure gift from God. I am looking forward to working with everyone. So glad you stopped by!!

  3. I LOVE THIS!!! It ca be such a battle to stay focused during worship. Thanks for bringing humor to a very real problem.

    • Ginger Harrington

      This is my life and my brain. Focus is a definite theme in much of the material God gives me. THanks for commenting! Love it!

  4. LOVE IT! You are so brave. I’ve not had to courage to actually record myself! My voice, yes. My actually physical image on camera? No. but next week I’m doing a video testimony for my church (of like 4000 people…can you hear my teeth chattering!) So kudos my friend! This was great and it made me lol! And unfortunately…it’s true much of the time!

    • Ginger Harrington

      4,000 people is a lot of folks! I will be praying for you–at least you won’t have to look out to a sea of faces. You can learn to love your video camera! Good luck!

  5. Professor Cupcake

    Great work Ginger!! I love love love that you were able to post this! I miss you and can’t wait to see what else He has planned for you!!!

  6. David Brannock

    Ginger, great song! Yes, I know those lyrics all too well. Using humor to share this message reminded me to stay focused without making me feel beat down. Thanks.

    • Ginger Harrington

      This song was definitely a God-gift. It is really fun to do, and I am so glad the message comes across in a fun way.

  7. LOVED this, Ginger! I saw myself all over it. Great job!

  8. I feel I’m related to a celebrity now! Great job. Definitely put a smile on my face and caused a few good laughs. While I don’t have children…I do know “your” children and I have many co-workers…so I could definitely identify. Keep up the great work.

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