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Thursday June 26, 2014

Adam Riggin - Thursday, June 26, 2014

Joy in the Morning


Verse of the Day

He grants the desires of those who fear him, he hears their cries for help and rescues them. 

Psalm 145:19


Amazing Fact

The first can opener was invented in 1858, almost 50 years after the can was invented. 


Tuesday Trivia

Q: According to MIT, what is the number 1 invention people say they cannot live without. 

A: A Razor. Congrats to Nathan in Pittsville, MD!



The Joy Ride

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ARTIST OF THE DAY
Jonny Diaz

Jonny comes from a family of overachievers. Both he and two of his brothers went to Florida State University on full baseball scholarships! These guys are talented - two of them even went pro! But a year into college, Jonny found his calling was music and not playing ball. Turning away from a full ride, he focused on what God called him to do - and it is paying off in spades!

From the beginning of his music career, Diaz’s desire has been to write songs that entertain, encourage and challenge fellow believers. Jonny Diaz on writing songs: “I attempted to break free from some of the traditional confines of Christian music, but I couldn’t get away from the fact that most of my songs revolve around my relationship with Christ. He is the focus of my life and I find it impossible to honestly record my emotions and my journey without including Him."

Album: Let It Fly  

Twitter: @jonnydiaz  

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Tour: CLICK HERE  

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Video: More Beautiful You


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