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Wednesday September 3, 2014

Adam Riggin - Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Joy in the Morning

Verse of the Day

So let us come boldly to the throne of our gracious God. There we will receive his mercy, and we will find grace to help us when we need it most. 

Hebrews 4:16

Amazing Fact

Every ton of recycled paper saves about 17 trees. 

Tuesday Trivia

Q: Sales of these in America peaked at 340 million in 1977...What is it?

A: Vinyl Records. Congrats to Kenneth in Selbyville, DE!

Scriptural Pursuit

Q: Who did the elders of Israel crown king after Saul died?

A: David. (1 Chronicles 11)  Congrats to Hannah in East New Market, MD!


The Joy Ride

Congratulations, friends!
You have made it to the middle of the week!

ARTIST OF THE DAY
Colton Dixon

Colton Dixon came in 7th on the 11th season of American Ido. The singer/songwriter is originally from Murfreesboro, TN (a suburb of Nashville) so he grew up in the heart of the Christian music scene. His father owns an airbrush/face painting business and he and his younger sister (Schyler) started their musical career in a brother/sister garage band called Messenger!

Colton sang for his school choir, wrote songs with his sister and even landed a role as an extra in the Hannah Montana movie - all before his biggest break on American Idol. Colton has landed on stage next to some of Christian music’s biggest stars - tobyMac, Mandisa & Third Day! His newest album, Anchor has only been out a few weeks and is already making waves with the hit song More of You!

Album: Anchor  

Twitter: @ColtonDixon  

Instagram: CLICK 4 PICS  

Tour: CLICK HERE  

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Video: More Of You


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