Encouragement from Abroad
Thu., May. 10. 2018 10:20am EDT
Here are some encouraging emails we've received in the last 30 days from outside the United States:
Thank you for your ministry. It's great the gift you have to play the way you play and to find lyrics that adapt to the original lyrics.
I have enjoyed your stuff for a number of years and have been involved with a community Christian radio station for a number of years. It operates on donations and volunteers, and, as such, I host and produce a show Saturday evenings called Revive. It's generally music from my collection, including ApologetiX. As a father of two kids I have appreciated your ministry.
Love your work -- it's such a blessing! May God bless you and keep you and yours.
Rev. Stu Woods
WaYout Fellowship Church
Just a quick note to say that I am so thankful that God is working through you! I am currently reading through the Bible on a one-year plan. I have thought about doing this many times before, but I could not seem to get motivated. You mentioned several times that you continuously read through the Bible in a year. That really inspired me. I am currently on day 95. Time and time again you are a blessing to me, my wife and my son, because God uses you, because you love God.
Heard some of your music and loved it. I have been trying to track down the artist ever since. Looking forward to hearing the CD.
Many thanks for all your work over the years. A few of us from the performing arts association I front are taking the morning service at two venues this month — one at my home church and the other, which will have a lot of non-church people in the audience. Your song about "Noah Man from Zebraic had been heard by me and this has led to us basing the morning around Noah. I shared this with the other performers for my home church, and they loved the idea after we had prayed about the event.
St Albans, Hertfordshire