Five More Missives from Ministers
Sat., Sep. 24. 2016 9:32am EDT
As we've said before, we love getting mail (as long as it's not hate mail) from ministers. Here are five such messages we've recently received from Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oregon, and Pennsylvania:
Can't wait to hear Quilt. Great choice of songs! I always give one to my son, Braxton. He's in college now at ASU in the "metropolis" of Boone, NC. He has loved listening to you guys since he was 6. He will be 20 on Nov. 3.
Pastor Shannon Critcher
Millers Creek Baptist Church
Millers Creek NC
I just ordered your latest CD, Quilt, and I am requesting the Bonus CD to be Minor League. Thanks again so much for your ministry, and I am looking forward to enjoying the new CDs. God bless you and the rest of the band. Press on!
Rev. Dana B. McCully
International Ministerial Fellowship/ Trinity Baptist Church
Minneapolis/St. Paul MN
Was preaching this week on how God led the Israelites to a difficult situation at the Red Sea but brought them through. That we needed to remember, like the Israelites, sometimes God will bring us to a difficult place to help us trust Him. I shared the chorus of "Nightmare Waiting" in the sermon, as it fit perfectly what I was talking about -- that God's plans have already decided what we are going through. Thanks.
Pastor Frank Queen
Snow Prairie Bible Church
Keep up the great ministry! Lord willing we get you to Molalla before we are all in senior care…
Pastor John Baker
Keep up the great work. ApologetiX has helped to spread a multitude of Biblical Messages over the years through amazing lyrics and musical instrumentation. Even better yet, all the musicians are dedicated Christians who have made a daily commitment to walk in the footsteps of Jesus Christ. Rather than keeping the faith, all of you share it, the way it was meant to be. Thanks for doing what you do, because what you do is "the best". A living example of using your God-given gifts and talents for the greater Glory of God.
Father Jerry Priscaro
Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie