Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Hurricanes. I've run from them, fought them, been KO-ed by them my entire life. I don't know if Earl will bring us anything more than a breezy day, but there is one thing everyone should know in preparation for the hurricane.

It is NOT MY fault! I didn't bring it here. So don't blame me.

The end.

New Release Tuesday
What's new in Christian Music:

Until The Whole World Hears LIVE DVD/CD
by Casting Crowns | Genre: Inspirational

Heaven and Earth (Expanded Edition)
by Phil Wickham | Genre: Praise & Worship

Love God, Love People
by Israel Houghton & New Breed | Genre: Praise & Worship

Last week I missed the new releases - but they included new offerings from Jeremy Camp, Britt Nicole, Natalie Grant, Chris August, Kevin Max, The Hoppers, Kerrie Roberts, Sandi Patty and more!

Check out the rest: Click Here

102.5 Shore Things
Getting to know the Eastern Shore

#51. A nice walk on Assateague Island

Natural beauty abounds on the Eastern Shore, but the untouched beauty of the Atlantic shoreline on Assateague Island is truly something special. To see wild horses running free sounds like something in the great plains - but we have it right here, less than 3 hours away from Washington DC!

#50. A really good oyster sandwich

Have something to add to the list? I'd love for you to email me your ideas: jmillwood@wolc.org

Jars of Clay

Jars of Clay has been an industry leader for over a decade. Their song "Flood" was a game changer for Christian music - launching a decade of new careers and music that helped make Christian radio the fastest growing genre in North America.

The band's newest project SHELTER hits shelves Oct. 5. It features the new hit song on Joy! 102.5, "Out of My Hands."

Here's what the band has to say about the new song:

Thoughts on "Out Of My Hands"...

Charlie: The only thing we can do in response to what God has done for us, is to give our hearts away and love unconditionally, as a response to how we have first been loved.

Dan: We cannot save our own lives, nor can we change our own ways. God has given us to each other, failures and success combined.

Stephen: It's humbling to know in our lowest moments that God's purposes are made complete in and through our weakness not our strength.

Matthew: Never has there been a more suffocating delusion to live under than the one that says our lives are ours to control.

And for just 2 days (now - Thursday afternoon) you can stream the entire album a month before it even gets released! Nice right? Click Here to check it out!

Want more Jars of Clay? Click Here

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