Highlights From The Week Of September 17, 2018
Thursday October 4, 2018 is Bring Your Bible To School Day. Sadie Robertson is the honorary chairperson this year and I spoke with her about the event. Here’s the link to the official website for the event.
Mr Rogers Google Doodle
Friday September 21, 2018 marks 51 years since the debut of “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” on Pittsburgh’s WQED. Google marked the date with a special Google Doodle.
These Kids Today
This story seemed like it should have been published by the Babylon Bee. But it’s actually true.
Hailey Dawson’s Quest
Hailey Dawson is 8-years-old and was born with Poland Syndrome, leaving her with only a pinky and thumb on her right hand. She received a 3D-printed hand in 2015 and set out to throw out a ceremonial first pitch at each of Major League Baseball’s 30 stadiums. She finished that quest last week.
Lauren Daigle In USA Today
The accolades and attention for Lauren Daigle continue.
Mary Poppins Trailer
The first official full trailer for “Mary Poppins Returns,” the sequel to the 1964 classic “Mary Poppins” is finally here. The sequel hits theaters on December 19, 2018, 54 years after the original.
New Music Videos
I shared three new music videos this week. The first is Zach Williams, recorded live at Harding Prison in Tennessee, the song is “Survivor.” Then there’s Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes with “Cover The Earth.” And finally, for King & Country team up with Joanne Cash, Johnny Cash’s sister, for a song written for Johnny. He passed away before he could record “Til Kingdom Come.”
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