Posts Tagged ‘identity’

This Colton Dixon Song Talks About Grief in the Most Helpful Way

When Colton Dixon met his wife, Annie, her family had just gone through the loss of her brother a few months prior. But he says, “You never would have known it, talking with them or spending time with them. They just had such a joy and an understanding about it.” Annie’s family and this verse in 1 Thessalonians 4 inspired this poignant song called “The Other Side.” It provides even more hope in the midst… … Continue reading

This Prank On Colton Dixon Was So Funny It Almost Ruined His Concert

Colton Dixon and his wife, Annie, join me on Episode 45 of “More Than The Music” to share the stories behind his album, “Identity,” and how a tour prank almost ruined one of his concerts. Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed Colton relives the prank that his wife, Annie, and Finding Favour pulled on him that was so funny it almost ruined his concert. Praise the Lord that there’s video!!! We… … Continue reading

Is My Identity Wrapped Up in the Right Things? | Colton Dixon

If you’ve ever stepped back, looked at your life, and thought, “What am I doing?” You can relate to Colton Dixon. He says, “I realized I placed my identity in things that don’t matter… looking at our nation… what Hollywood throws at us…”   That exact feeling is what inspired him to write an album that refocus us all on what matters. It’s called “Identity.” His single from that album, “All That Matters,” is the perfect start… … Continue reading

For When You Feel Invisible

I didn’t know my insecure feelings were so close to the surface when I looked out of my kitchen window the other day and saw the cardinals. The red birds were sitting on a spindly pasture branch and going about their business. They were working and picking at the seeds from the dried weed heads creating a rhythm. Suddenly feelings of invisibility came to mind. Momma cardinals like to be hidden to protect their young… … Continue reading

For When You Feel Invisible

I didn’t know my insecure feelings were so close to the surface when I looked out of my kitchen window the other day and saw the cardinals. The red birds were sitting on a spindly pasture branch and going about their business. They were working and picking at the seeds from the dried weed heads creating a rhythm. Suddenly feelings of invisibility came to mind. Momma cardinals like to be hidden to protect their young… … Continue reading

How to Stop Searching for Your Identity the Hard Way

I have always been curious. To a fault at times. I’m the kid whose mom tells her not to touch the stove because it’s hot, and instead of just accepting the clear fact in front of me, I need to find out for myself. So I touch the stove, I scrape my knee, I push the boundaries, I ignore curfew—and always find myself facing consequences. I would tease and say I did all this so… … Continue reading