Wednesday, May 5, 2010


We've been hearing about the Nashville flooding over the past several days. Well, for those of you who don't know, Nashville is the music capital of the world, and home to the Dove Awards plus many of your favorite Christian artists. Well, I took a look at the damage left behind, and thankfully, the Cumberland River is subsiding. "MSNBC reports that the cleanup from the Nashville flood is being slowed down by the fact that about 10,000 people currently have no power and 1,000 people in Tennessee are still living in shelters. The damage is estimated to be about one billion dollars." (Source: But many Christian artists are left picking up the pieces while fending for themselves. Please keep them in your prayers! And for all of you Christian music artists who are reading this, please know that I am praying for each of you daily. God bless!
Here are some pictures of the Nashville aftermath:

Below: The Grand Opry House (home of the Dove Awards) flooded above pews:

Below: Jars of Clay's lead singer Dan Hasteltine came home after a camping trip and watched his house flood:

Wow! My heart goes out to all of those Christian music artists who have lost their homes and memorabilia. I've been keeping up-to-date with many artists on Twitter, and I've seen many say that they are safe and everything is okay. Let's keep them in our prayers!

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