This Past Weekend in PA, IN & OH
Tue., Dec. 11. 2007 12:58pm EST
Our bus driver this past weekend was the very gracious Jerry Nichols of Indianapolis IN. Ironically, Jerry drove from his home in Indiana to our home in Pennsylvania, so he could drive us to our concert in Indiana PA Friday, followed by a concert in Indiana state (Elizabeth IN) on Saturday.
To give Jerry a change of pace, we also included a concert in Ohio (Cambridge OH on Sunday).
Just in case you think Jerry's had enough of Indiana and ApologetiX, he's already told us he's planning to bring his family to our concert this coming Friday in Indianapolis IN:
"Wow" is all I can say. It was an honor to serve with you and to witness the ministry of ApologetiX up close and personal. The weekend was great and the shows were awesome. Oh - and driving the bus was very cool too! I can't wait to see everyone again this Friday. I hope it is in God's plans for us to serve together again soon.Here's a nice note from Jessica Terry, one coordinated the concert in Elizabeth:
We have had nothing but postive feed back on the concert! You guys brought it and rocked the halls for the Lord! This isn't the last time you will be hearing from us either. We are thinking about an outside concert, if you all do that, and possibly an all day event with other bands and ApologetiX being the grand finale.Here's another email from Darrell Combs, who coordinated concert in Indiana PA:
Had a great time and people were really talking about it on Sunday! We'll have to do it again maybe in the fall?Special thanks to:
Our concert coordinators: Darrell Combs (Indiana); Jessica Terry and Maria Mayberry (Elizabeth); and Pastor Burt Campbell (Cambridge).
Our merchandise coordinators: Marie (Indiana and Cambridge); Jenn the Superchick, Christine, Elizabeth, Sheriya, Suzanne, and Josclin (Indiana); Ruth, Heather, and Mindy (Elizabeth); and Daniel and Marcus (Cambridge).
Our bus driver: the aforementioned Jerry Nichols of Indianapolis IN. Thanks also to Jerry's wife of 15 years, Dene; their oldest daughter, Evann (14); son, Aaron (12); and youngest daughter, Lauren, who turns 6 on Dec 12. Jerry's heart's desire is filmmaking, which he did for eight years in Chicago, although for the last seven years he's been a computer network engineer in Indianapolis.