It's All Saints Day, the start of a new month (which includes Thanksgiving), and today is the kick-off of a recent tradition called No-Shave November!
It's a time for manliness ... or at the very least, scruffiness. The goal of No-Shave November is not to save money on shaving cream, but rather create an army of masculinity! I have my suspicions it was started to freak out a lot of wives and mothers worried about Holiday season family pictures.
So I'm trying it out. We'll see how far I get. I'm betting maybe a week and a half before my wife holds me down and shaves off my weak mustache.
102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!
#92. Geo Caching
Geocaching is a high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. According to one adventurous listener, there are 30 Geocaching sites on Delmarva! Want to learn more about this fun hobby? CLICK HERE
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ARTIST OF THE DAY
Not only is this crooner the lead singer of MercyMe (arguably the most popular act in Christian music today) but he writes and produces for a variety of other artists, and has a couple solo projects under his belt.
Bart Millard's "Hymned" and "Hymned Again" records are a collection of his favorite church songs growing up, with a vintage, southern church style. It's a little bit honkey-tonk, and a lot worshipful. In 2008, Hymned Again earned Millard his first solo Grammy nomination for "Best Southern, Country, or Gospel Album"!
Hymned was a tribute to his grandmother, but the sequel was inspired by his three kids who really enjoyed worshiping to the first album. He saw it as an opportunity to introduce another generation to some amazing 19th century worship songs.
Want more Bart Millard? CLICK HERE
Or check out his other band, MercyMe. CLICK HERE
Q: Who prophesied about a virgin conceiving a child as a sign of God's presence?
A: Isaiah (Isaiah 7:14)