Making a Difference

Oct 19, 2017

By Sarah Estes, board member

You lived your life to make a difference
You lived your life to make a change
You welcomed all to your table
You’re calling us to do the same.
I want my life to make a difference.
I want my life to make a change.
I want my life to do some good here.
I want my life to make a change.

As I write this, Rachel Kurtz is playing on my radio.  My three year old daughter is singing the lyrics to “Make a Difference” loudly while dancing to the music.  I can’t think of a better artist for her to emulate.  Rachel instills meaning and purpose into each of her songs.  Her passion to make a difference in the world is unmistakable.  

 

 

Through her music, Rachel inspires others to be the change.  She reiterates God’s mercy and grace throughout her albums.  She has a consistent theme, reminding us that Jesus broke bread with sinners, healed the sick and loved those who were, by society’s standards, unworthy.  This makes her the perfect partner for Prison Congregations of America.  We share a desire to bring the message of Christ’s salvation to all of God’s children, not just the ones easily reached.

My family and I are on our way to Sioux Falls to see Rachel in concert on Saturday, October 21st, at 7PM.  This will be my children’s first concert and I know Rachel will set the bar high for every artist they see henceforth.  I hope you will join us at “Partners at the Cross: The Music of Rachel Kurtz” if you’re in the Sioux Falls area.  “Partners at the Cross: The Music of Rachel Kurtz” if you’re in the Sioux Falls area.  Tickets are available at the door or online.

Working side-by-side, no out or inside.
Together we can make that change.



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