Family Life Music News 10/7/13
10.07.13 | | Comments
It looks like for King and Country are finally getting back on their feet after dealing with a series of health issues. The group announced that Luke has returned after a 10 week digestive illness. Meanwhile, Joel’s wife, Moriah Peters was finally able to come home after spending nearly a week in the hospital fighting a virus she contracted on a visit to South America.
Chris Huffman says their son Silas is improving slowly. But the bass player for Casting Crowns adds that every day is a waiting game and prayer is still needed. It has been just about a month since Silas was rushed to the hospital and Chris left the band to return home and be with his son.
Angie Smith's new children's book is getting some good marks. The wife of Selah member Todd Smith released “Audrey Bunny.” It’s currently number one in Amazon's Children and Teen's book category and Christian fiction category.
The members of Kutless say they are doing their homework. Several members of the band are taking internet classes at Grand Canyon University. And while traveling through Arizona they tweeted: “Hey Grand Canyon University we're passing through your hood. Don't worry, we are doing our homework!”
Aaron Shust reports that someone recently walked off with some money after one of his concerts. But then someone else gave him a check for the exact amount they'd lost.
Natalie Grant says she's excited to be part of a brand new Cookbook. Called “Bless This Table,” the book includes celebrity family stories and the recipes that evoke their fondest memories. Pre-order a copy of the cookbook by clicking here.
If you know a man interested in being Jamie Grace’s future hubby, tell him this. She says “Please don't bring me flowers and chocolate. Pizza and wings will do just fine.”
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