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Thursday September 4, 2014

Adam Riggin - Thursday, September 04, 2014

Joy in the Morning

Verse of the Day

Remember your promise to me, it is my only hope.

Psalm 119:49

Amazing Fact

Storm clouds hold about 6 trillion raindrops.

Scriptural Pursuit

Q: When a great storm threatened their ship, the disciples found Jesus doing what?

A: Sleeping. (Mark 4)  Congrats to Patty in Princess Anne, MD!


The Joy Ride

You can do this. Press on.

ARTIST OF THE DAY
An Epic, No Less

The story of An Epic, No Less began with Todd Larson. Todd was aware of God's calling on his life to lead worship - but he fought it. He refused to play Christian music because he felt it wasn't cool enough - it didn't challenge the artist in him enough. So he played in several rock bands - not living a depraved lifestyle - but not not following God's calling either.

During a mission trip with his church, Todd found himself scraping cement off of hollow walls in a slum somewhere in Uganda. He was alone, bored and a little scared - and it was in this place that God showed Todd what praise and worship really is. His heart was forever changed - and his determination to answer God's call.

With his best friend, drummer Daniel Chancellor - and Daniel's wife Hannah, An Epic, No Less was formed. All three were committed to worship and also to exploring musically what that might sound like. Their sound is certainly a different take on praise and worship - a musical genre dominated by acoustic guitar and a G, C, D chord progression. But as determined as the group is to create lovely music - they stand on one simple goal: to help people in worship and prayer.

The Name: The band's name comes from a John Eldridge quote, “..because they knew the Christian life as an epic, no less than the greatest myths the world has ever known.”

Album: Echo of Love  

Twitter: @AnEpicNoLess  

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Video: Come To The Cross (Acoustic)


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