The Way They Were, Episode #178

Hi Everybody,

Well my friends Steven Weyrich and Robert Henninger continue to be my partners in presenting to you another new FULL CIRCLE show….featuring those musicians who got their start in the secular world before the Lord came into their lives and the subsequent musical offerings that came after their conversion to Christianity.

We’ll explore the “before and after” of folks like Barry McGuire, Johnny Rivers, Dion, Mylon LeFevre, Bob Dylan, Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman and even Lou Gramm from Foreigner.

It seems that in the 1960’s and early 70’s the idea of free love, drugs, communal living and eastern religions just left many of those searching for a new way to live feeling empty inside even after filling their lives with many of these things. If fact half of the performers on this episode come from that era and only found the answer they had been looking for all those years in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Be sure and click the playlist button and see what I mean and this week would you tell just one friend about the show and if you haven’t done so…like us at FULL CIRCLE JESUS MUSIC group page on Facebook…AND request to be a member of the group!!

Tribute To Early Pioneers Who Have Passed…On Episode #177

Hi Everybody,

You, know it is always sad when we lose a pioneer of Jesus music, so on this episode we’re going to pay tribute to 3 Jesus music artists who went on to be with the Lord during the summer of 2011. Within the span of 2 weeks time we lost Dan Peek, Norman Barratt and Janny Grein. If you’re unfamiliar with these musicians we’ll fill you in on their lives, their ministry, and their music.

Would  you consider your support of FULL CIRCLE JESUS MUSIC as we continue to recall the days of early CCM?  We have not been able to post a show for a while…but here’s hoping and believing that the drought is over.  Thanks for your prayers and thanks again to Rev Davis and Bob Henninger for pulling us through!

Check out our past posts and archives this week as well as some new pictures on the website.