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Friday, May 23, 2014

Josh Millwood - Friday, May 23, 2014

Joy In The Morning


Verse Of The Day

..despite all these things, overwhelming victory is ours through Christ who loved us.

Romans 8:37

Amazing Fact

A honey bee cay fly at 15 mph.

Scriptural Pursuit

Q: What happened in the Temple at the moment of Jesus' death?

A: The veil was torn from top to bottom. (Matthew 27) Congrats to David in Crisfield, MD!


The Joy Ride


Enjoy the long weekend - and especially remember the sacrifices made by the men, women and families who bought our Freedom.

ARTIST OF THE DAY
Bethany Dillon

Bethany Dillon was only 14 years old when she first hit the Christian music charts. What had you accomplished at 14? That's what I thought. Now, in her 20's - she's a veteran of the industry, married to Shane Barnard (of Shane & Shane fame) and mother to Lucy and Haven.

Bethany and Shane make music a family event. Bethany tours with her husband, singing with the duo often, occasionally playing her music, but mostly enjoying life on the road with her family.

Bethany was born in Bellefontaine, OH - but now calls Texas home, with hubby Shane and daughters Lucy and Haven. She learned the guitar at age 10, recorded an indie album at 13 and was signed to a major Christian label at 14. She had to be home-schooled, right?

CCM Magazine hailed her as the future of contemporary Christian music... when her debut album dropped. She's worked with award winning producers Ed Cash, Ben Glover, Will Hunt and John Alagia throughout the years. Everyone describes her as an old soul. Which, I'm not sure a teenage girl would take as a complement.

Albums: CLICK HERE  

Twitter: @bethanydillon  

Instagram: CLICK 4 PICS  

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