I've been to a few Third Day shows in my days as a 'fan' of these great men of God. We have traveled by land, air and sea to worship with them. As a fanatical Kentucky Wildcats fan, if Wildcat Gomer didn't give it away, my hubby and I never pass up an opportunity to see them in Lexington (God's country as I affectionately call it). We always walk away from Third Day shows feeling like we just attended a church service. The band, their music and the crowd always seem to be energized and everyone seems to lay it all out there for God. Last night, it was taken to an all new level. I’ll admit that I go to Lexington with a little more excitement and anticipation than with most venues and cities. Even the thought of seeing my favorite band, in one of my favorite cities, did not prepare me for Questapalooza. Regardless of how the guys feel they performed in any given show, we always walk away feeling exceptionally blessed to have been a part of the experience. I am not sure that I can put last night’s experience into words, what I can say is that God’s presence was felt by everyone in attendance last night in Lexington, KY. Not only were we blessed by wonderful music, but Pete Hise gave a phenomenal message. I am not sure how many people came forward to give their lives to Christ last night, but I am so thankful for the opportunity to witness God’s amazing love and his wonderful grace. Thank you Third Day (and support who make it possible), Pete Hise and Quest Community Church for an unforgettable evening!
We arrived in Lexington feeling refreshed after a nice night of sleep on the bus. We had dinner with Peter Hise and some of the staff from Quest church. We talked through the evening and putting together the right music to compliment Pete's message. After lunch we hunkered down for some college football and got ready for the show. We enjoyed the great crowd and message from Pete. It was great to be part of another Questapalooza.