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Passport To Revival

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Reminiscing ~ a great way to remember special memories of the past.  Planning ahead ~ a great way to ensure special memories for the future.

Looking back, it’s hard to believe that a year has passed since I first attended the Steve Hurst School of Music last July.  At this time last year, I was getting ready to go to what I have since affectionately nicknamed, “school.”  Teachers, fellow students and a loving atmosphere has imprinted many fond memories from that week…well, I couldn’t just end the story there, could I?  So…I’m going back this year!  Getting ready to blog my way through “chapter two” of my SHSM journey!  And…I want to take you with me!  Beginning next Sunday (July the 24th) log on, and follow me as I walk through the campus of Lee University, experiencing not only Southern Gospel music, but a spiritual revival as well.  If you’ve heard Steve talk about his school, you have probably heard him say that the week is like being at a revival.  I whole heartily agree!  The Holy Spirit moves and the results are awesome – last year, a gentleman came to know the Lord while others were convinced of the need for a closer walk with their Savior.  This school isn’t just about music, it’s about Jesus.  Things are going to happen next week – and I don’t want you to miss it!  Keep up with the posts and I pray you will receive a blessing from them!  That’s why I’m calling this a “passport to revival” – the technical music stuff may only be of interest to some, but what the Spirit’s going to do will be a blessing to all.  I pray it blesses you !


P.S.  Is anyone going to the Steve Hurst School of Music this year, either as a student or for the evening concerts?  If so, be sure to let me know – I can’t wait to see you there!

Author: lynnschronicles

One Response to "Passport To Revival"

  1. Larry Johnson Posted on August 6, 2012 at 11:02 pm

    Hi Lynn – I sure wanted to go to the Steve Hurst School again this year, but my schedule just wouldn’t allow it. I’ll be interested to hear your reviews – who performed in the evenings, who were the piano instructors, who came again that we saw last year in the Piano school, etc.

    I know what I need to be working on before attending the school again, so I’ve been working through some excellent DVD/Workbook piano courses by Greg Howlett, and hopefully I’ll be better prepared if I’m able to attend next year. My old Baldwin upright piano is going through a major rebuild, which has taken much of my “entertainment and travel” money. But next month, I will be at the NQC all week, hope to see you and some of the rest of the piano players group again. I’ll be looking forward to your reviews about the week I missed in Tennessee!

    Tribute Quartet is making a couple of appearances in Washington state this month, just after they return from an Alaska cruise. I hope to run up north of Seattle to see at least one of their concerts. They’re also scheduled to make a West Coast tour again next March!

    Larry Johnson
    Woodland, WA

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