Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

"When it rains, it pours."

You've heard that expression, right? I've used it during good times and bad. It's all about perception. I don't think that the statement is generally accurate, although it sure seems that way some times.

Sometimes we feel abundantly blessed - other times cursed. But it takes real discernment to see that God never leaves us or forsakes us, even when life's consequences come piling in.

102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!

#98. Funland at Rehobeth Beach

Hittin' up the beach? The water is a little cold, but there is still fun to be had! Rides for the whole family and a ton of FUN!

#98. Smith Island cruise
#97. Bargain Bill's ($5 pizza)

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Britt Nicole

Britt Nicole grew up in the church, her grandfather's church, actually, along with his TV ministry, which aired weekly on the Charlotte, NC, station WAXN. It was there that Nicole made her first public appearances, singing gospel songs in a trio with her brother and cousin.

Britt passed up a music scholarship to Nashville's Belmont University to focus on her music career - landing a deal with Sparrow Records in 2006. Now, with two albums under her belt, radio and touring success - it looks like her plan is coming together.

What Britt has to say about being a recording artist:
It’s about stepping out and being who God has called you to be and not being afraid of that. I believe when we look different and carry something different, people are going to see that and want it too. They are going to see the love of Christ in us and they’ll desire that.

New Music Video: "Headphones" is available for download exclusively on iTunes.

2011 Tour: Revolve's Dream On* Tour

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Scriptural Pursuit

Q: What is the first Commandment with a promise attached?

A: "Honor your father and mother" (Deuteronomy 5:16)
What does that get you? Long life!

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