Friday, September 24, 2010

Friday, September 24, 2010

Oh Friday, how I love thee.
Let me count the ways ...

1. No alarm clock will be needed tomorrow morning
2. It's the return of Smallville (It's the final season! Will Clark finally become Superman?!)
3. A couple of days to play with my family
4. Ever since ABC hooked me with TGIF back in the late 80's I equate Fridays with the theme song to Family Matters ...

So they aren't all good reasons ...

102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!

#69. Sitting on a dock

We live in a world desperate for peace. We know that real peace comes from Jesus Christ. But we are also blessed to live in a peaceful place. A place where you can go sit out on the dock and listen to the water, the wildlife, the boats. Turn off the laptop and cell phone and just sit sometime. You might be surprised to find yourself talking to God.

#68. Delmarva Discovery Center
#67. Chicken and slick dumplings
#66. The Elks Swim and Golf Club
#65. Route 12 Pizza

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Tenth Avenue North

The core of 10th Ave. North began as a group of college kids living in student housing at Palm Beach Atlantic College (Now a Christian University) in West Palm Beach, Florida. Between playing regional shows, moving band members in and out and all around, and finishing college, the band headed to Nashville, scored a few Dove Awards and released a couple of super awesome albums.

They refer to a quote from Jon Foreman (of Switchfoot) for their outlook on life in the music industry, “dodging traffic at the intersection of art, faith, and commerce.” They have all served as Church leaders and preach that if emotion isn’t being evoked by truth, well, then it just doesn’t last. They are on a mission to introduce people to worship beyond the goosebump feelings.

Check out the history of the band as told by the band ...

Latest Album: The Light Meets The Dark

Closest Concert Stop: Newark, DE November 7th

Want more 10th Ave. N. without having to hit Google Maps? CLICK HERE

Scriptural Pursuit

Q: Who gave his rock-cut tomb as a burial place for Jesus?

A: Joseph of Arimathea (Luke 23:50-53)

I don't mind admitting, I only remembered this one because of Indiana Jones The Last Crusade.

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