Day Off In Lake Tahoe

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  • Donna

    Good place for a day off. Tahoe rocks!

  • Christy

    2 words, YOU STINK!!! I would love to visit out there. Oh well, I’m done whining. Have a blast!

  • Jessica


    But, what a glorious place to ‘chase after’ a ball! WOW.

  • brandi

    My husband checked you guys in at the course we are big fans and hope you enjoyed your time here! Keep rockin the Word!

  • Tammy~S.L.O.B.

    Does not really look like you, Bart??

  • Markus

    right down the middle

  • Lisa V

    You deserve the time off!! I saw your concert on the 23rd at the OC Fair. It was a great concert. Hope you are feeling better Bart. God Bless You All!!!

  • John Z.

    Awesome, when are you coming back to Champaign Illinois?

  • Robbie

    Awesome, enjoy the time off. Hope you are feeling better Bart.

  • Lisa M.

    The trees are beautiful. I hope Bart is feeling better. Do you get some time off after this 10 day run? I hope so.

  • TLC

    Seems like I remember someone not liking golf. In a place that beautiful anyone would like golf. Maybe you are just watching Barry. It is so green. N. Texas is so brown and dry.
    Hope ya’ll have time at home soon. God bless.

  • Sara

    Haha. That’s funny. You must have gotten a makeover Bart! Haha. Can’t wait to see you on the 2nd!! So excited!!!!

  • tam

    hey bart! you all were in my town last night, Central Point, OR. my husband (brent – inWorship) provided the mic clips for you guys when mike, form crossed eyed, called him about it. anyway…mike then hooked us up with some tickets. we were very grateful for that.

    anyway…just wanted to say thanks! we were totally blown away with the group. the humility. the focus. the talent. none of this came to us by surprise – but we loved having us some church! thanks for that!

    i also wanted to thank you for what you said about afflictions and trials. their purposes for His Glory! i have lupus and am convinced that God is doing a big work through me because of it. He has revealed to me the person i am not and this disease is growing me in character for His glory. i have a friend who questioned my faith because i have not been “healed” from lupus. well. i have been healed. i have been healed of my prejudices toward people with chronic illnesses that i always thought were exaggerating. i have been healed from my lack of compassion and selfishness by having this affliction. His definition of healing and mine are 2 complete different things. HE HAS healed me! and in that i have been able to be used by Him to reach others with compassion. so i have seen that part of the ‘rains’ purpose that He allows is to wash away what He sees is holding us back. who am i to question that.

    so…thank you for your words and confirmation!

  • Margaret

    I saw your concert in Santa Barbara on Friday night.It was my first ever Christian concert. I almost didn’t go because of some trials I am going through.I was at rock bottom. But since this was a gift, I went. And by the end of the night, I have to admit that Friday was one of the worst day of my life but it was also one of the best days of my life.

    The tickets were purchased for me as a birthday gift in May, but GOD knew what I was going to be going through this day and he knew what I needed in order to heal my wounded heart.

    God is so good and you helped me to realize it wasn’t about me… isn’t about me…. and it never was.

    You are so blessed to be able to do what you love and touch so many people at the same time. You have a gift, not only of music, but with words. WHen you were speaking I was like “hey, he’s talking to me…imaging myself waving my hands shouting…I’m over here….”. So thank you for allowing God to use you as a vessel and expose your being in order to touch others.

    My mother died of cancer 5 years ago….and this is when I First came into contact with Mercy Me. That song was given to me in a book…..and it brought me peace. And it made me realize how blessed my mother was…she was now where she longed to be….and she was going home, back where she belongs. And I bet my dad was waiting for her with open arms.

    Keep on doing what your doing because you do it so well.

  • Debbie Prosise

    I have always loved your music and my husband, 2 daughters, son in law and granddaughter had the privilege of hearing you in Medford, Oregon Sunday, July 27. What a blessing. We lost our 36 year old son 5 months ago to colon cancer. We played I Can Only Imagine at his celebration. His daughter who is 11 was with us at your concert. I so appreciated what you had to say about lifes troubles are not about us, but about our Father.. it touched all of us, because from time to time over the past 5 months it has been hard not to think God could have changed the outcome for our son. People were praying for him all over the United States, he was in and out of the hospital for 5 months and had 5 surgeries. He left behind a wife of 13 years and our only grandchild. He never gave up hope and he believed God was going to do a miracle. His faith touched so many. My husband is a pastor and I work in Christian education, when we visit the hospital so many come to us and share what a legacy for Jesus our Son left.
    Your words touched us as a family… you made us realize we had strayed off the course and our focus had changed to our sacrafice instead of His sacrafice of our Savior and His precious Son. Thank you for being used of God to remind us of our purpose. What a blessing you have been for us. Thank you for being an instrument of Jesus. Your music and your life are truly a gift and I just wanted you to know that God used you to touch us.
    Blessings to you.

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