Saturday News Roundup #122
- Jeff Steele’s family is requesting prayer for his health. Jeff, who led The Steeles until their retirement several years ago, fell down a concrete wall and down brick steps. He has been admitted to the hospital to determine if the fall was caused by a stroke. (Via Libbi Stuffle on Facebook.) (UPDATE, 2:04 P.M.) Jeff Steele is doing better enough that he posted this update on Facebook: “I have been in an information ‘black hole’ since Thursday evening when my incident took place. Doc said I could have this one chance. Thank you to Wesley and Trevor and Brad. You guys saved my life! I was talking to my friend Ashley Franks when she says my speech got slurred and I became incoherent! Ash I love you sweetie just DON’T tell em what I said!! LOL. Thanks to all of u who are praying for me. This is a lot more serious than I thought and I FEEL your prayers. Thank you so, so much. I love, love, love you all!! I am overwhelmed!”
- Aaron Swain recently went to see Promise in concert, recording quite a few videos, posted here.
- Southern Gospel Critique terms the new Barry Rowland & Deliverance project as the best of the year, so far. Check out the review. (My review is scheduled for early next month, but this review touches on several areas mine doesn’t.)
- Whether you agree or disagree, Friday Night Revival’s case for a one-hour Compassion pitch at NQC is a must-read.
- Somewhat off-topic, but relevant to today’s culture: Randy Alcorn’s column on why we should not become desensitized to profanity in the entertainment we consume.
Here’s a video of the new Kingsmen lineup, with tenor Chris Jenkins and lead singer Bob Sellers:
It’s open thread Saturday—you decide!