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October 12, 2018

Hour 1: Hope Women’s Center Walk/Run 4 Life

Hope Women’s Centers exists to encourage and equip women and men to make informed decisions regarding unplanned pregnancies.  This year’s Walk/Run 4 Life is being held on Saturday, October 20 at 5:30 p.m. at the Westminster Academy West Campus Athletic Field.  Join Eric and Audrey Mornings on Friday as they speak with Nancy McDonald,  President and CEO of Hope Women’s Centers of Pompano Beach, FL.

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Hour 2: Big Church Night Out

There is a big night of worship coming to the FBC Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, October 20 at 6 p.m.  On Friday Eric and Audrey Mornings will be spending some time with Crowder who will be headlining the event on Saturday and giving our 89.3 listeners an idea of who else will be appearing with him! Don't miss Friday morning with Eric and Audrey!

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David Crowder
David Crowder

David Crowder

Singer/guitarist David Crowder first stepped into the music industry when he realized that over half of the students at Baylor University, a Christian school that he attended in Waco, Texas, were not going to church. He began to actively recruit students for worship services and started writing songs to draw more young people in. He eventually started releasing the songs, leading to his debut album, 2002's Can You Hear Us? The album was released under the name the David Crowder Band, as Crowder was joined by guitarists Jack Parker and Jason Solley, drummer Jeremy Bush, bassist Mike Dodson, and electric violinist Mike Hogan. Their sophomore effort, Illuminate, appeared in the fall of 2003 and was followed a year later by The Lime CD, which comprised two earlier live releases (The Green CD and The Yellow CD) that had been given out to fans who had either pre-ordered prior albums or attended various CD release parties.

Sunsets & Sushi appeared in early 2005 before the band's next studio album, the bluegrass-tinged A Collision, was issued that fall. A spinoff of the latter album, entitled B Collision, came out a year later and focused even more on the group's delvings into bluegrass. Remedy was released in 2007, followed by Church Music in 2009. A four-song EP, Summer Happiness, featuring acoustic versions of songs from Church Music, appeared in 2010. Arriving in 2012, Give Us Rest; Or, A Requiem Mass in C (The Happiest of All Keys) was the David Crowder Band's sixth and final studio album. It was followed in 2014 by Crowder's solo debut, Neon Steeple, which was released under the moniker Crowder. The album was a major success for Crowder, topping the Christian chart and reaching number nine on the Billboard Top 200 as well as earning a Grammy nomination for his song "Come as You Are." He followed up in September 2016 with American Prodigal.

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