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My life radically changed 19 months ago.
God used two people who played a significant role in turning my world upside down. And today, I’m talking to both of them together (for the first time) since we all stood in an African slum.
Shaun Groves, the man who prayerfully invited me to Africa, my first experience in the third world. (By the way, he is so good at his job).
And Maureen Owino, the girl I met there who has become my “daughter” and co-founder of Mercy House.
I talk to Maureen at least 5 days a week via Skype. It’s a regular part of my day. It’s one of the highlights of my day.
Shaun and I talked to Maureen on Skype. But the connection in Kenya can be challenging and unfortunately, the video only captured Shaun and I talking with Maureen’s words too faint to hear…but she is there in spirit
I count Shaun as a dear friend, a brother, who has personally helped my family in this process and I’m honored to be a part of his blog tour. I’m thrilled to share his music. I love the honest lyrics that give us a glimpse into the beauty of a heart that has counted the cost of following Jesus and not the world.
I feel like his new CD, Third World Symphony is the music to my life. The melody of my loss and gain, the chorus to my feet, standing in both the third world and the first.
Purchase the CD on iTunes and it will brighten your day!
Shaun Groves is a singer/songwriter, an artist, father, husband. He is also a friend. He advocates for children living in poverty around the world by traveling with Compassion International. His is a voice reminding all believers to remember that we weren’t just saved from something, but saved for something. His newest album, Third World Symphony, officially released last week.