Season 5, Episode 15
Emerging contemporary Christian musical artist Cade Thompson joins us to share the importance of remembering all the wonderful things God has done for us and that through life’s beautiful mystery the best is yet to come.
The Praisecast team discusses a few ways to ensure your well of creativity never runs dry in this world of quarantine we are living in, they discuss the power of authentic relationships God has for us, and Kimberly takes us on Stephen Curtis Chapman’s “The Great Adventure” with her singing voice. This week’s bizarre quote: “Let me just say my bright orange beanie stood out like a beacon.”
Combating Coronavirus: Building a Strong Immune System (free fact sheet)
3 Ways to Ensure Your Creativity Never Runs Out
Two Key Scriptures to Consider on This Topic
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Lyrically Speaking … The 1990s Edition
The Great Adventure, by Steven Curtis Chapman (1992)
Stranded, by Plumb (1999)
Flood, by Jars of Clay (1995)
Testify to Love, by Avalon (1999)
On My Knees, by Jaci Velasquez (1997)
Kiss Me, by Sixpence None the Richer (1998)
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