Thursday, November 4, 2010

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Gloomy weather can put me in a bad mood. Sometimes little things can get blown out of proportion just because that is where my head and heart are - ready to pounce! Thankfully we have Holy Spirit in our lives to bring calm, level-headedness.

But it isn't that hard to ignore God when we really want to feel self-pity. Thankfully the Bible teaching and great Christian music on Joy! 102.5 can refocus our hearts - even on gloomy days.

102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!

#95. National Outdoor Show

The Outdoor Show is held in Dorchester County each year with the goal of preserving Dorchester County's heritage by recognizing its resources and spot-lighting the people who carry out unique talents in their way of life. Want to learn how to prepare and cook muskrat? Enjoy beauty and talent competitions? Are you a competitive oyster shucker? Plus - log sawing competitions, raffles, pole skinning and more! Pencil the National Outdoor Show onto your calendar! February 25-26 in Golden Hill, MD!

Learn more: CLICK HERE

#94. Return Day: Georgetown, DE
#93. Delmarvacade
#92. Geo Caching

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Marshall Hall

Marshall Hall is a gifted singer and songwriter, with several solo projects, but he's best known as one of the rotating members of the Gaither Vocal Band. This year he signed a new record deal with Daywind Records, to return to his first love, Southern Gospel music.

Marshall grew up in Lexington, KY - where his family’s life was centered around the church and their faith.
“My dad was a pastor before I came along, and if the church doors were open - the Halls were there,” he laughs.

He also found a spot as a back-up singer on projects for recording artists John Tesh, Clay Walker and Carman, among others. He has written songs for several Gaither videos, as well as for Salvador, Point of Grace, fellow Gaither Vocal Band member David Phelps and the Vocal Band.

Check out his music: CLICK HERE
Check out his ministry: CLICK HERE

Scriptural Pursuit

Q: Which Apostle had his chains removed by an angel?

A: Peter (Acts 12:6-7)

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