“When the wind blows, you can’t see the wind,” he says. “No one’s ever seen the wind ever, right? But when the wind blows across the trees and leaves, we can see its pattern. “And that’s the same way we see the Spirit wash over people in the church when the church catches fire,” he continues. “When the Spirit just jumps out of nowhere because of something that the pastor said or a chord change or a particular part of the song, you just see it. It’s a lot like how they do the wave in stadiums and football games or whatever, but it’s not rehearsed. No one’s talking about it.”
“Your home is always your home,” he says. “I would say that it was an honor to do this because we want to bring as much attention and bright light back to our home as possible. And obviously, in terms of people getting closer to having a greater relationship with God and the universe, there’s no greater way to pay homage to where you’re from. All that creative juice.” Check out the whole article HERE!