SPIRIT Concert Guide

Thrive Tour 2014 Featuring Casting Crowns, Mandisa, and Sidewalk Prophets
Overlake Christian Church
  • Sep 27
  • 7:00 PM
  • All Ages
  • $20-$80

Join SPIRIT 105.3 for the Thrive Tour featuring Casting Crowns, Mandisa, and Sidewalk Prophets on September 27th at Overlake Christian Church in Redmond.

Working again with producer Mark Miller, who signed the band to his label more than a decade ago, Casting Crowns has crafted another collection of songs that are entertaining and innovative, yet lyrically substantive. Thrive is a rich aural feast that leaves everyone with plenty of food for thought. In writing songs for Thrive, Hall enlisted some of his favorite collaborators, among them Matthew West, Matt Maher, and Bernie Herms.

It’s been more than 10 years since the members of Casting Crowns heard their first single on the radio in July 2003, the same day Hall and his wife Melanie welcomed their daughter Zoe. Since then so much has happened in the lives of each member and along the way God has taught them so much. “He’s opened our eyes to our suspicion that He was way bigger than we thought He was,” Hall says with a smile. “He didn’t need Casting Crowns to come along to help His word get out. God is winning. He’s changing the world. It may look at times like things are getting darker and darker, but they are not. Everywhere you go, you can see light and light wins. It always wins.”

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