Happy Sunday, friends! I hope you're enjoying your weekend. We're in Memphis today for the last show of this run of Winter Jam. There's only one weekend left after this, and I'm not ready. This tour has been such a blast for our family. It's my third time on Winter Jam in 6 years, and it just keeps getting better. I'm so grateful for all the new friends we've made and the old friends we've gotten closer with over the past 3 months. I thought I'd share some of my favorite shots from the tour so far, and I'll do another post next week with more photos and a wrap-up. It took me going through these photos to realize how few I have with other artists on the tour, so this last weekend, I'll make sure I get a lot of shots to put in a post for next week.
KC, MO. One of my favorite shots from the whole tour. Via
Joel & Luke from for King & Country and some friends playing sand in the make shift playroom in Jacksonville, FL. :)
The AMAZING Laura Hackett Park joined us Ft. Worth to lead worship for our Jam Church and sing Holy Spirit with me onstage. Love this girl.
I'm pretty sure this was the second Sunday of the tour, when NewSong led worship for us in South Florida. Their Andrae Crouch medley was epic, & Roy playing keys was the best!
All Access, bay-bay.
Roanoke, VA. Our kids scoot everywhere on this tour, and actually, so does everyone on our team. I need to get a good group shot of all our guys on their matching blue Razor scooters, because it's amazing.
We debuted a new shirt half way through the tour, and I love it. It was designed by the lovely Danielle Burkleo who also designed this blog!
Soundcheck on day 1 in Charleston, WV. This would have been right before we went to Five Guys in the mall across the street for dinner.
Early morning radio gathering with friends in Tampa on arguably the most beautiful day of the whole tour. Also there was an ice cream truck backstage later that night, so...Tampa wins.
My kiddos playing at the kids museum in Evansville, IN!
No two tours are alike. The memories you make, the inside jokes that are created, the moments of worship that happen onstage, the stories you hear from people you meet after the shows, the quirks of the bus, the catering team, the crew, the cities, the weather--you can't recreate it. Most importantly, the friendships and relationships that are formed are priceless. I'm going to miss everyone, but we still have 4 shows left, so I'm not ready to cry yet. One more week!!!!