Friday, September 10, 2010

Friday, September 10, 2010

Oh when the Saints ... go marchin' in ... Oh when the Saints go marchin' in ...

So that classic song is about the Church and not the NFL franchise - but hey, the Saints won last night! But look at the words. Are you ready to go marching in to eternity?

This weekend, go to church - get serious about eternity. I'd hate to not see you there, when I go marchin' in.

102.5 Shore Things
Getting to know the Eastern Shore

#59. Nanticoke PowWow

Native American dances, food, and fun! Plus, the forecast is beautiful to get outside and enjoy some culture! It's going down September 11-12 just outside of Milsboro, DE.

Check it out:

#58. Dolle's popcorn
#57. Black Box theater performances in Fulton Hall
#56. The Red Roost
#55. Cattails

Have something to add to the list? I'd love for you to email me your ideas:

Stephen Marshall

Growing up the eldest son of a father with mafia connections, Stephen's youth was spent on the run. While his dad turned to drugs to deaden his personal demons, Stephen's mother embraced Jesus. She taught him that even in the midst of adversity, Jesus could provide peace, joy and unconditional love; that God is a Father to the fatherless. This set the course for Stephen’s life and music.

At the age of seven, Stephen began to find his solace as a musician. Songwriting became a safe emotional outlet. One day Stephen saw Johnny Cash singing a gospel song on TV and discovered the missing piece: music that had spiritual power to transform lives.

Along with a couple of albums for sale, Stephen Marshall has a DVD Off the Record, where you can get to know him and worship with him on a deeper more personal level.

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