The We Cry Out Tour does a Northwest run - the Kennewick, Portland, Seattle, and Abbotsford, BC Canada.
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jeremy saw you in kennewick, wash. really was personaly touched by your love for the LORD. your songs meant alot to me .i also got abook @have really learned alot from tough times that you went through .ialso had some tough times when i was young @learned i need to let the past crumble some day i would like to shake your hand in person but for now iwill say THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart dan
Jeremy, et al...
I recently saw you perform in ABQ, NM and the show was absolutely amazing. Not only was the music outstanding but the testimony and the worship was heartfelt and obviously the Holy Spirit washed over the concert and touched so many lives through your presence. I traveled from Phoenix to see you and hope that at some time you can make it to Arizona so I can see you again. Peace be with you and yours; God Bless your efforts, kelli kurtz. :)
My Husband and I were blessed through the ministry of you and all the others at your concert in SLC on Thursday night. GOD's timing is always "Right On". I was terminated from my position as Exec Asst to the Pres. that day, very unexpectantly. God reminded us through your words that there is comfort and strength in him.
Also, the youth of this valley REALLY need Christian music. There is such a cry out here for help from our youth. One 17 year old young lady told me that the only thing she has is her music, but she is not a Christian. We need to give these children music that will change their lives . . . to a better way of thinking.
Please let me know if there is any one that I can work with that can help me build "A Way of Hope Through Music" in SLC.
Love you guys!
I was at the concert last night in SLC and it was AMAZING! Thank you for your heart of worship!
I was at the Portland concert at Rolling Hills Community Church, biggest church I've ever been in. It was an amazing concert!
And for anyone who hasn't read Jeremy Camp's book, it is very well written and inspiring!