Sep 19 2013

Make A Difference Tour Special Guests: Mark Schultz, Phil Wickham, Sidewalk Prophets, & Colton Dixon

 

We had a lot of guests on the show today! We were joined by Phil Wickham, Colton Dixon, Sidewalk Prophets, and Mark Schultz. Listen in as they share about their experiences serving in Nashville and what they've been up to lately.

 

Phil Wickham sharing about serving with the Hope Clinic for Women

 

Phil shares about the exciting arrival of his new baby

 

Phil Wickham share about his upcoming album, The Ascension

 

Colton Dixon talks about ONEless Ministries

 

Colton shares the inspiration behind the song, "Never Gone"

 

Sidewalk Prophets and making a difference with Graceworks

 

Sidewalk Prophets and the making of their Christmas album

 

Sidewalk Prophets heading out on tour

 

Mark Schultz talks about the Hope Health Clinic for Women

 

Mark talking about his new book, "Remember Me"

 

Mark Schultz sharing about the story behind the song, "One Day"

 

We wanted to share this picture with you, we were talking about this when Colton stopped by. We think it's hilarious! Do you think Scott and I can pull off this look? 

Sep 19 2013

Make A Difference Tour: Hope Clinic for Women

What an incredible time we are having in Nashville! Last night, we got the chance to serve with 50 K-LOVE listeners at the Hope Clinic for Women, a crisis pregnancy center that has been equipping women, men and families to deal with unplanned pregnancies for 30 years. Over 60,000 people have found hope because of them! Amazing! Big thanks to Mark Schultz, Phil Wickham and Francesca Battistelli, who came out to serve with us. Mark, Phil, and Scott got a workout by carrying landscaping pavers for a few hours in the Nashville heat, while Frannie and I sat in an air-conditioned room and wrote out scripture verses to encourage those who visit the clinic. Yup, Frannie and I are getting grief from the boys about how much harder they had to work than we did!

 

 

 


Today, our guests on the show were Mark Schultz, Sidewalk Prophets, Colton Dixon, Phil Wickham and Natalie Grant. And, we are excited about the free concert tonight at Rocketown with Sidewalk Prophets and Love and the Outcome, where food will be collected to benefit Graceworks, a ministry that feeds children in the Nashville area.

If you’re in the Nashville area, we would love to meet you, so come out and join us as we serve this week. But the cool thing is, no matter where you live, there are many opportunities to serve! Find some ideas here. Thanks so much for making a difference today!

All For Good

Volunteers of America

Volunteer Match

Christianvolunteering.org

United We Serve

USA.gov Volunteer Opportunites

Sep 17 2013

Make A Difference Tour

In case you didn't know, we are in Nashville this week, joining some friends for the Make A Difference Tour. We are so excited to be here serving alongside K-LOVE listeners, some of your favorite artists, and amazing ministries such as ONEless and Graceworks, just to name a few. We would love for you to join us!

Today, we are partnering with Love & The Outcome and ONEless to help asemble "care kits" for orphans and victims of human trafficking. These kits will have basic necessities and encouraging scripture messages to be given by the local police to the victims they rescue.  

Tomorrow, we will get together with Francesca Battistelli, Mark Schultz, Phil Wickham, and Hope Clinic for Women. Hope Clinic for Women is a crisis pregnancy support center, they provide help for women, men, and families deal with loss, unplanned pregnancy, and postpartum depression. We will get to serve at their facitility and help with maintenence, gardening, and services to aid these families.

Then on Thursday, Sidewalk Prophets and Love & The Outcome will provide a FREE concert to benefit Graceworks. We will be collecting nonpershible food items that will go to feed children in Williamson County.

On Friday, we will join MikesChair and the Nashville Rescue Mission, following God's command to love our neighbor as ourselves. The Nashville Rescue Mission seeks to help the hurting of Middle Tennessee by offering food, clothing, and shelter to the homeless. They offer recovery programs to those enslaved in life degrading problems.

We will then partner up with Hands on Nashville on Saturday, to be completing improvement projects on over 60 metro Nashville public schools. It's going to be amazing!

So if you're in the area, come join us! We would love to be serving alongside you.