May 25 2010

David Crowder

We caught up with David Crowder this morning - he was fun and encouraging as always. If you missed it, below are a couple of our favorite moments (click links to listen) ...

David and the unauthorized picture of him used in a Mexican newspaper

David gives his advice to the Class of 2010

For more info on "Crowder's Fantastical Church Music Conference" (September 30 - October 2 in Waco, TX), check out this link

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5/26/2010 5:42:04 AM
Sharon United States
Sharon
Hi Lisa and Eric,
First I just wanted to say that I love your show! I just recently went back to work full-time after being a stay-at-home mom for several years and have a 45 minute commute to work (one-way). It is a blessing to listen to your show and get that encouragement as I drive into work (and then I get to listen to Scott and Kelli on the drive home!). Anyway… Yesterday I was listening to the story of how David Crowder found his pic in a Mexican newspaper (which, by the way, that story was soooo funny!). The story reminded me of a story from a few years ago... A friend of mine and I went to a little gift shop that I had been wanting to check out. This was probably 5 or 6 years ago. They had all kinds of neat things in this store, from handmade Christmas ornaments to jewelry to other handmade items and trinkets. When we were in this one section, we were looking at wine bottles with photos in them. The bottles had been melted down with the photos in them to make a really neat keepsake frame to hang on the wall. I have several at home that were given to me as gifts. I looked at one and said to my friend, “hey, this is a picture of my son”. She was like “no way”. I was like “yeah, this is my son Max when he was a newborn. I have a bottle just like this at home”. The one bottle that had been given to me as a gift was from my husband’s friend’s wife, who made these bottle keepsakes in her home.  She had made others and she was using them as demos to display for people to see. I thought it was neat that my baby (who is now 7) had his sweet baby face displayed and hoped that it made people smile when they saw it!! I don’t think that she makes the bottle frames anymore, but it was fun to remember that time I saw his pic in the store that one day.
6/1/2010 7:07:08 AM
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