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May 14, 2008


Rich Kirkpatrick

I was there with you Mark...thanks to John. That rocked! I was just happy that Vicky Beeching said I have cool hair on the Mogulus feed. It was cool to see John, Spence, Randy, Nathan, Vicky, and other very nice re:create faces!

Mark Jaffrey

I too met JVo and wonderful wife at cre:ate 07 along with your fine self & Mac. That week was one of the best in my life, purely and simply because of the people. I was totally gutted to miss this year's meet.

John Voelz

Ahhh. Shucks. Thanks for the love and encouragement, man.

Believe it or not, the first time we met was at a Third Day show (1996?) in Gresham, Oregon outside of Portland when my buddy asked me to help him host a youth event at his church. I will never forget it. Mark Lee rockin about 100 kids. Mac in a grease monkey shirt. Yeah, boy. But, you are right, the better connection began through re:create.

You are a good man. Thanks for what you do.

Looking forward to seeing you guys in Detroit in August if not before then. Keep on rockin' in the free world.


I loved the prayer/song post. Thanks for sharing. I'll check out John's blog after a little sleep. (To sleep, perchance to dream?)

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