Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Today begins the fasting process. Not for spiritual growth, though. Josh is prepping for the Jumbo Chicken Wing eating contest for Mountaire Farms at the Delaware State Fair on Friday evening at 5 PM! Come see him make a glutton of himself!

Pocket Full of Rocks

In 1995, Michael Farren and drummer David Rollins started Pocket Full of Rocks to lead worship in their local Texas church. As time passed, the band branched out to colleges and churches throughout Texas and Arkansas. Later on teaming up with organizations like Street Rock Ministries, Pocket Full of Rocks began to crisscross the country from Washington, D.C., to California, leading worship at youth conferences and retreats.

Pocket Full of Rocks owes its name to a song from its early days. They wrote a song called Pocket Full of Rocks and became known as the Pocket Full of Rocks band at youth events. The story behind the song is the story of David—before he was ever a great king, he was simply a boy with a "pocket full of rocks," believing God would do something great using any of the small things he himself could offer.

Michael Farren (vocals)
Alisa Farren (vocals, Michael's wife)
David Rollins (drums)
Jody Crump (bass)
Ryan Riggins (electric guitar)
Kyle Lee (rhythm and acoustic guitars)

Latest Album: More Than Noise


Video: Let Our God Be Praised (acoustic)

Scriptural Pursuit

Q: What happened to the manna that the Israelites horded?

A: It rotted and was filled with maggots (Exodus 16:20)

Congrats to Mark of Berlin, MD - scoring the latest album from Chris Tomlin!

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