Amazing time last night guys!! Thank you so much for your music and the love you show to your fans!! We are praying for you guys as you work on the new album, cant wait to hear it!! I know you guys get lots of mail and so forth about how your music has changed lives and I am one of those lives that has forever been changed!! Cry out To Jesus allowed me to see that Jesus could meet me right where I was no matter how low I thought I was. I hope that LMG has forwarded my story to you from the flyaway that I won for Christmas. If not let me know and I would love to share it with you all.
I pray that you guys stick around another 20 because the past 20 have been AMAZING!!
Last note is you guys HAVE to come back to SLC more often!!!! There is such a need for lives to be changed here! I overheard a lady last night that said she had never realized how her "religion" had clouded her judgement for so long. She was sharing with the person who brought her that she was so glad that you shared the true gospel with the crowd last night! She was telling her that she knew she needed to reevaluate what she has been being taught. PRAISE GOD!! I pray that she realizes our works are but filthy rags to our Lord!!
Hope you all enjoyed your cupcakes!! Tai I will make sure that you get healthy stuff next time!! Or tell me where to send you a lil gift and I will do so!!
Make Your Move Tour
Well, we're back on the road. After another tour break, we're headed back on the road. The band flew out of Atlanta at 12:05 on a long flight to SLC. Despite our frequent flyer medallion status, there were no upgrades to be had. So, we all hung out with our people in steerage, I mean coach. In SLC, we headed to the venue, where several of the guys promptly nested into a several hour slumber. I spent some time working up the setlist for the show and tweaking some stuff with our tour manager. We all seemed to get just enough energy come show time. But, ultimately, the enthusiastic support from the audience really made it a special night. it was one of those nights where I frequently took out my monitors so I could hear the crowd sing beautifully. As Mac joked, SLC should really consider starting some kind of choir.