<<<The LIVE DVD is now available as an AUDIO CD>>>
iTunes and other exclusive digital distributors are proud to make availabe this one-of-a-kind recording. 11 songs from the momentous home-town concert, featuring Justin’s long time touring band, his oldest daughter Farrah Fox on the final “Hallelujah”, and YOU; the loudest, craziest audience ever!
Paul Dexter (Seabright) recorded, engineered, and mixed this collection with vibrant sound quality. It’s by far the best LIVE recording of Justin Fox…anywhere.
We know that finances are tight all around, but PLEASE CONSIDER making this a part of your holiday purchases. It all goes to a great cause, and it’s sure to inspire and lift your spirits this season. The full album price at iTunes is only $9.99, with individual songs for only $.99!
Here’s the direct link to the iTunes store:
If you’d like an actual CD, just send $10 (or whatever feels right) to this address:
Justin Fox Ministries
3007 Donnybrook Ln.
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(or make a payment through Pay-Pal at the right of this site)
I’ll make you a special, custom signed, hand-made CD!
THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!
One of the ways our culture remembers and celebrates a person or occasion is with a “toast”. You may have seen this at a wedding or a formal meal of some kind; someone will stand up, raise their glass of whatever they’re drinking, say something like “To the bride!” and that’s the signal for everyone to clink their glasses with each other and take a sip of their drinks. I was thinking of this custom the other day while getting ready to celebrate a Sabbath family dinner with candles, special blessings, and grape juice. As each of us began to share things that God was teaching us through the week, or things He’s helped us with, it seemed completely natural to want to make a toast after each story – to Jesus! So as my youngest daughter finished talking, I raised my glass of grape juice and declared, “Let’s have a toast: To Jesus!”
“Yay, Jesus!” everyone echoed. Then we clinked our glasses together and took a drink. It was so fun, we decided to do it after each person shared. There were lots of toasts to Jesus that night. He deserves it more than anyone!
P.S. One polite element of toasting is to make sure you look the person in the eye that you are clinking your glass with. So, not only do you get to remember and celebrate Jesus through this activity, you also get a chance to connect with each other, too!