Set List from 11.10.13 at Rivers Crossing

So thankful to have the last couple weeks off at RC3 to experience some time with my family as welcomed our little baby girl into the world.  See my blog post down below for more info on that!

It was great to be back with the Rc3 family this AM and we experienced the Lord in a powerful way!

Here is the set list –

Awaken Me – Jesus Culture

Open Up Our Eyes – Elevation Worship

Love is War – Hillsong United

Arms Open Wide – Hillsong United

Great I Am – Jared Anderson

Liv Carolina Gilliam

Born: 11/3/13 at 7:13PM

Weight: 9lbs 12oz

Length:  22 1/2 inches

 

 

     

  

 

Liv

Liv was one of the first names we put on our list after we found out we were pregnant, but we didn’t officially decide until just a couple of months before our due date.  We love the name Liv for several reasons.  It is classy, beautiful and a little bit different without being strange.  It’s smart and sassy and adorable. 

The best part about her name though is its meaning.  We knew we wanted her name to mean something special to us.  Once we found out the meaning of the name Liv, we knew that was it.

Liv means, “my God is a vow” or “promise” in Hebrew and “life” in Scandinavian. 

Over the years we waited and prayed for a baby – some of the most difficult times of our lives.  Despite the pain, the Lord never left our side, always promising good things for us in His time and vowing His love over us.  He has been faithful to fulfill the promise of a baby through this special little girl, and her name will remind us of that every single day.  He brought a beautiful, miraculous life into the world named Liv.

 

Carolina

Her middle name also has special meaning, because it is a nod to both of our lives.  One of us being from North Carolina and the other from South Carolina, we felt Carolina would be the perfect fit.  We both have wonderful memories growing up in the Carolinas, places that we will always feel at home whenever we think about or visit them.  Naming her after such special places honors both of our families and our roots.