Lessons from the Road
Author: Nigel James
Nigel James, road pastor for Third Day, gives insight into the touring life of one of the top Christian rock bands--the excitement, the homesickness, the relentless schedule, the challenge to stay committed to God's purpose while on the road.
Nigel, with major contributions from Tai Anderson, Brad Avery, David Carr, Mark Lee, and Mac Powell, gives a real look at some of the trials each day brings. Just because they're members of a rock band on the road doesn't make them exempt from the realities of life. Also includes devotions James shared with the guys of Third Day, stories behind some of their songs, and memories from some of the many tours the guys have been on over the last few years.
This audio book will take you into the life of Third Day and open up to you amazing spiritual insights from Nigel James as he shares lessons from the road.
"Nigel James’s soft British accent captures the exhilaration and tension of his role as road pastor for the rock group Third Day. His engaging accounts provide insider views of the excitement, homesickness, and challenges of their life on the road. Maintaining personal and group spiritual commitments was a priority supported by the daily devotions James shared with the group. Narration is shared by Third Day members Tai Anderson, Brad Avery, David Carr, Mark Lee, and Mac Powell, who give different voices to the stories behind the songs and share different points of view of memorable events. This behind-the-scenes look at Third Day's commitment is filled with fascinating spiritual insights unique to life on the road."
G.D.W. © AudioFile Portland, Maine
Publisher: Oasis Audio
Publication Date: 20081209
Subject: REL012020-RELIGION / Christian Life / Devotional,
About The Author:
Nigel James has traveled extensively as Third Day's road pastor since 2000. He is the founding director of a youth discipleship ministry called Ignite based in the UK and is on the associate staff of City Temple Elim Pentecostal Church in Cardiff, Wales. Nigel, his wife Gill, and the Ignite organization support Christian work in southern India, developing a school and funding church buildings.