I realize that some Christians are not able to accept the type of music this band plays. It is loud and you can't understand the words and the band members have tatoos and piercings. I didn't understand it either before I got involved. You need to know, that I am one of the most traditional type people you'll ever meet. But since my own son's life revolves around this type music right now, I've had to open my mind to some new things and new ways of taking the gospel to the world. There are kids out there who love this kind of music and won't set foot inside a church. But they will go to a heavy metal concert. Then bands like this one get the opportunity to tell these kids about Jesus. If you are a praying person, I would ask that you please pray for these guys. They are on the road every day. They pretty much live in the van and stay in homes of whoever will give them a night's shelter. We always let them stay in our house when they're in our city, along with one or two others bands. Our house isn't big but sometimes we'll have 15 or 16 people sleeping all over the place. They are just so thankful for a floor to sleep on and a bowl of cereal to eat. But we get such a blessing every time because we've met some awesome people who we would not have met otherwise.
This is a picture of Aaron at the drums during the show. It might be too dark to see well.
This is a picture of the band during the show.
It was great to see so many friends and to meet some new ones in Nashville this weekend....Julie, Blake, Andy, John, Lyle, Josh, Nick, Kim, Wendy, Killeen, Lauren, Alyssa, Allison, the guys in Once Nothing, and new friends Sarah and Megan.