Wow, you guys never cease to amaze. My wife and I went to our first TD concert in March of '08. It was probably the best showed we had ever seen to that point. I believe last night made our tenth TD show and each one has been as good or better than the one before. The sound was great last night, awesome lights and beautiful backdrops. We took our 4 year old grand daughter and 5 year old grand son. It was his third and her first show and they had a great time. My only disapoinment was no after show acoustic jam. I guess the last two shows I've caught kinda spoiled me. I felt God's presence very strongly last night, such an awesome feeling. I can feel it would have been a great song for last night's show. Thanks Mac, Mark, Tai, David, Jason and Scotty for such a wonderful evening of music and worship. I hope what you said in the Q and A holds true that you may begin working on a new album come the first of the year. Though your music never becomes stale, I can't wait to hear something new from you all. And I can't wait 'til you come back to Ohio. See ya then.
Make Your Move Tour
Today was our first taste of winter and it caught us a little by surprise. We stepped out of the Dayton airport to some brisk temperatures and some grey skies. The Hobbart arena is a great sized room for Christian events, it just doesn't have some of the normal accommodations as a full sized arena. Sometimes you miss the little things of home. Today it was hot water. So, putting on our best late-nineties grunge appearance, we took to the stage and gave everything we had. Mac seemed pretty fired up in his talk tonight, a very straight ahead gospel presentation. It was 1 stop out of 40 on this leg of the tour, but our prayer is that God will use the show to impact lives in Troy.