Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

This past weekend I went out shopping with my family. And there it was. Standing on display in Boscov's - taunting me - welcoming me to embrace the madness.

A pre-lit Christmas tree.

It's almost time to start decorating! The smell of pumpkin and cinnamon from candles and lattes harken to the most wonderful time of the year!

New Release Tuesday
New Music? Yes, Please!

by Michael W. Smith | Genre: Pop/Rock

by Bebo Norman | Genre: Adult Contemporary

For Always: The Best Of CeCe Winans
by CeCe Winans | Genre: Gospel

The Rising
by Charlie Hall | Genre: Praise & Worship

O Come All Ye Faithful: A Christmas Album
by Various Artists | Genre: Christmas

Real Life
by Lincoln Brewster | Genre: Praise & Worship

Count Your Blessings
by Bill and Gloria Gaither | Genre: Southern Gospel

There are several other Christmas albums out too! Check all the new releases out HERE

102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!

#71. Softcrab sandwich

If you don't mind food that looks back at you, you might enjoy a softcrab sandwich. I mean the French eat fish heads. My family back in Southeast Louisiana eat crawfish. There's a long legacy of people eating food with eyeballs.

#70. Cove Road in Nanticoke for a swim in the Bay

Got something to add to the list? Email me: jmillwood@wolc.org

Matt Brouwer

Nova Scotia - it's not a PBS program, it's a place in Canada, and just so happens to be where Matt Brouwer is from. He left behind milk in a bag, the Royal Canadian Mounties, and frigid winters to live and lead worship in Houston, TX.

Matt's career has been spent just under the radar - with radio hits tracing back to 2001. Instead of taking that initial success on the road, he chose to spend a few years doing missions work around the world.

His latest project (#3 for whoever's counting) is called "Where's Our Revolution" and it asks a lot of tough questions about faith in a hurt and dying world. Matt’s organic pop melodies reveal a lyrical honesty that is both refreshing and, at times, raw. Examining faith, unveiling the vulnerability of relationships, and issuing a call to justice are themes that express his experience as a musician and a missionary.

“Beautiful Now” is a challenge to step outside of comfort zones: You need something to break your heart/You need something to tear your world apart.

Want more? CLICK HERE

Scriptural Pursuit

Q: What color was the seven-headed dragon in the Book of Revelation?

A: Red (Revelation 12:3)

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