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Wednesday October 8, 2014

Adam Riggin - Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Joy in the Morning

Verse of the Day

The Lord merely spoke, and the heavens were created. He breathed the word, and all the stars were born. 

Psalm 33:6

Amazing Fact

The Library of Congress has 600 miles of shelves. 

Scriptural Pursuit

Q: Which prophet anointed Solomon king of Israel?

A: Nathan. (1 Kings 1) Congrats to Suzie in Ridgley, MD!


Tuesday Trivia

Q: More than 12,000 people are injured by this every year...What is it?

No winner today so we will play "Tuesday Trivia" on Thursday at 7:15 on Joy in the Morning. A big thank you to Mr. Go Glass! 

Helpful Hint: Peninsula Regional Medical Center has one, Dorchester General Hospital does not. 


The Joy Ride

Did I mention Sharathon?

ARTIST OF THE DAY
Matthew West

Dove award winning, GRAMMY nominated Matthew West is the songwriting darling of Nashville. A pastor’s son, West grew up in Downers Grove, Illinois and released three independent projects before signing to a major label and issuing his first studio album, Happy. The project yielded the hit “More,” which went on to become the most played song on Christian radio in 2004. His follow-up History would continue his radio dominance.

Then life happened. West underwent a career-threatening vocal surgery in 2007. He didn't know if he'd ever sing again. But God brought healing and fresh perspective. Less than a year after his surgery, West released Something To Say and garnered more listener and critical acclaim than ever before.

The last several albums released by Matthew West have been, in a way, co-authored by his fans. He began writing songs based on stories given to him by his fans both at concerts and through his interactive website.

Album: Into The Light  

Twitter: @matthew_west  

Instagram: CLICK 4 PICS  

Tour: CLICK HERE  

Want More? CLICK HERE  

Video: Forgiveness (Live)


What artists would you like to hear featured on The Artist of the Day?

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Friday April 25, 2014

Adam Riggin - Friday, April 25, 2014
The Joy Ride

ARTIST OF THE DAY
Matthew West

Dove award winning, GRAMMY nominated Matthew West is the songwriting darling of Nashville. A pastor’s son, West grew up in Downers Grove, Illinois and released three independent projects before signing to a major label and issuing his first studio album, Happy. The project yielded the hit “More,” which went on to become the most played song on Christian radio in 2004. His follow-up History would continue his radio dominance.

Then life happened. West underwent a career-threatening vocal surgery in 2007. He didn't know if he'd ever sing again. But God brought healing and fresh perspective. Less than a year after his surgery, West released Something To Say and garnered more listener and critical acclaim than ever before.

The last several albums released by Matthew West have been, in a way, co-authored by his fans. He began writing songs based on stories given to him by his fans both at concerts and through his interactive website.

Album: Into The Light  

Twitter: @matthew_west  

Instagram: CLICK 4 PICS  

Tour: CLICK HERE  

Want More? CLICK HERE  

Video: Forgiveness (Live)


What artists would you like to hear featured on The Artist of the Day?

JOIN THE TEAM!
Joy 102.5 is a listener supported ministry.  You can be a part of this amazing ministry by supporting us financially. CLICK HERE to learn more!

LISTEN ONLINE
CLICK HERE for Joy 102.5!



Joy in The Morning


Verse of the Day

But it is not this way with you, but the one who is the greatest among you must become like the youngest, and the leader like the servant. 

Luke 22:26


Amazing Fact

To make one pound of honey, a honeybee must tap about two million flowers.


Scriptural Pursuit

Q: How were Moses and Aaron related?

A: Brothers (Exodus 4) Congrats to Earlene in Snow Hill, MD!



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