Saturday, November 6, 2010

Truth Residual

Check this out! Here's my son, Dave playing with his band Truth Residual. While we visited the grandkids, we also did a few things with their parents. You know, just so they wouldn't be jealous....smile...

Dave and the band played the first night we were there to a large church youth group. I just beamed the whole time. It's been so long since I've heard him play or sing.

Find them on their website http://www.truthresidual.com/media.html and you can hear some of the songs they played. I love their music. They wrote all the songs on the playlist except Mighty to Save. Every song has a history as these do, which makes them special to us. Dave plays the bass guitar and is the back up singer.

(Oh, if you have speakers to plug in, you can hear the bass and drums in better mix.)

All these young men have a heart for the Lord and want to reach others through their songs.

Watch them on YouTube here. There are two videos.

"I have no greater joy than this, to hear of my children walking in the truth." 3 John 4

Thanks for letting me share a bit more about my trip. :)

Photos:karenevans

22 comments:

Kathy C. said...

Awww. He's a cutie. I bet you are so proud of him.

Diane said...

Talented! Your family and all their giftings are awesome!!! :O)

Dave said...

Just to let you guys know...we wrote them all except Mighty to Save. That was written by Hillsong.

Karen said...

Kathy, yep I am proud.

Diane, thanks so much, they're all great.

Dave, oops my bad...I fix it!

Amy DeTrempe said...

How wonderful that you were able to share time with your son and grandkids. You must be so proud of the young man you raised.

Hilary said...

Of course you have every reason to be proud, Karen. I feel the same about my boy - although their genres are entirely different. Thanks for sharing your son with us.

Kindred Heart Writers said...

Karen, If mothers can't be proud who can? I know God is proud of David and the fact that he is using his talent for the Lord . So glad you could hear him. I haven't heard Teresa(my daughter) sing for so long. Clella

Jeanette Levellie said...

How wonderful to have kids serving the Lord like this. I love music--it ministers to me like nothing else. Way to go, Dave!

Karen said...

Amy, God is good and with His unlimited help, David is who he is. Yes, proud.

Hilary, you have good reason to be proud of your son, too. He's such a cutie! :)

Clella, thanks. Oh, maybe soon you can hear her! Does she have any recordings she could send you?

Jeanette, amen. I know God created music for our hearts and souls. I love it, too.

Libbie said...

Karen!!! This is so cool! What a witness!!! He is reaching people in such a cool way! I have to go check him out right now thanks for the link!!! I have always thought of you as a role model right from my first visit & the more i know about you & your famliy the more I love you!

Libbie said...

Okay I checked him out & that was so fun to hear him! I love seeing guys show their love for Christ!

Natasha said...

What a talented family! I will definitely go and check out their link. You must be so proud!:)

Best wishes always,
Natasha.

Dave said...

Glad your son and his friends enjoy their music Karen. - Dave

Kathryn Magendie said...

How wonderful! And what talent . . . *big smile*

Karen said...

Libbe, you do make me blush. If anyone has done the "role-ing" it's been the Lord. Thanks for the sweet comments.

Dave, yes, it's a good release too.

Kathryn, thank ya! Have a great day.

Parsley said...

How fun! I can sing...do they need back up singers? ;-)

THE OLD GEEZER said...

Dave and his band are very good! :-)

~Ron

Stephanie Faris said...

How cool! And I love his band's name!!!

Karen said...

Parsley, sure, the more the merrier!

Ron and Sephanie, thanks so much. Of course I think so. :) Thanks for checking them out.

kimmirich said...

I love the band's name and what talent and amazing gifts! Blessed!

Cassandra Frear said...

You have every right to be a proud mother. It's so encouraging to see the next generation finding their own path with the Lord. As my father-in-law said yesterday, "The future is in good hands."

Karen said...

Kim, thanks so much. :)

Cassandra, yes, that is comforting.