Sorry I’ve been off schedule with posting. Tour is busy and I’ve had two kids home sick with the flu. Hard to get stuff done sometimes. Anyway, we did have a busy weekend last week. We started in Alexandria, KY, right outside of Cincinnati. An old friend of mine, Phillip Brunner, is the worship pastor there, so it was a good day seeing his life and ministry and then getting to worship with his church that night. We moved on to Mechanicsburg, PA, and I can admit that I was shocked to find a huge beautiful church out in the middle of southern PA. They were wonderful people and it was a good night. We hoofed it all the way to NC for the Saturday show. We were in Wilmington, B429’s hometown. It was the first time they had done a big outdoor festival like this but they did a great job. We were joined for the day by High Flight Society and a few other bands. It started to get a little chilly by the end. Our guitars were going out of tune. I was glad I had offered to let Building play last! Then we finished the weekend in Anderson, SC. Another great night, almost sold out. I spent the day trying to figure out how to get over to see Donald Miller who was half an hour away in Greenville. But it was not to be. We did have a wonderful night with the people there though.
Now we’ve had a couple of days off and are headed out on the three and a half week west coast run. We start in Chillicothe, MO, which I realize is not on the west coast. But it is on the way. Please be praying for our families and our bodies as we are on this huge run. Thanks.
Hope to see you out there.
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Thank you for your ministry. I am a fan of your music and love for God. I never dreamed I would be able to attend one of your concerts, but when you came to Crossroads Church in Wheat Ridge, CO, I was 45 minutes out from it’s location. My heart was so blessed and I feel so honored to have been able to attend. I have every single one of your cd’s and treasure them. I just love to hear you sing. It is so very evident that God is the center of your life in everything that you say and do. I am praying that God will continue to bless your life and that we will hear so many more wonderful songs from you in the future. Keep those albums coming!!!!! Thank you for allowing God’s message to shine through your voice and for being a “Child of the King”.
Sorry to hear about your kids being ill, I pray they will feel better very soon.
Those of us who saw you last night in concert are certainly grateful that you made the trip out west! Your music is inspiring, but man, do you have a gift for sharing a message! I hope you will incorporate some of those messages into your blog – I’ve signed up for the feed. Thank you for an amazing, revitalizing evening. We are blessed to have all of you share your faith and your gifts with us.