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    Perry Noble and Steven Furtick Rockin’ the Blues

    Perry Noble and Steven Furtick Rockin’ the Blues

    No.  Stickin.  Way.  I' sense a tour coming on.  Who knew?  

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    1. rob on Thu, January 27, 2011

      Steve sounds good…Perry looks dorky

    2. rob on Thu, January 27, 2011

      they need mark driscoll on bass and Andy Stanley on drums

    3. Josh Britt on Thu, January 27, 2011

      Pretty impressive!
      Perry Noble is rockin’ it Jimmy Swaggart style

    4. Peter Hamm on Thu, January 27, 2011

      That’s some serious FUN right there.

    5. David on Sun, January 30, 2011

      Who are these people. Never heard of them.

    6. Jo Times on Mon, January 31, 2011

      ha ha. Yeah…I have no clue why I feel this generations young pastors want to feel like rock stars….nope….no clue..

    7. (unknown) on Mon, January 31, 2011

      I played with Steven in highschool…he was quite a good guitar player then and it looks like he’s still got his chops polished…

      Jo, I don’t really know what this has to do with being a rock star…maybe that comment was in jest…  Either way, yeah, it’s good to see them having a good time and using their other gifts too…

    8. David on Mon, January 31, 2011

      @ jo:  it’s the world. Pure and simple. I finally figured it out. This young child is a pastor somewhere, right?  What’s funny about this is there’s a guy on stage taking pictures of him w/his cell phone as though it’s some sort of fantastic, wondrous sight. Now if the pastor of the church was an excellent pianist or organ player, I’d bet good money people wouldn’t be taking pictures of him. It’s all part of the Church trying to be “relevant.” Don’t get me wrong, I love rock and roll, but there’s a time and a place for it….just like everything else.

      Signed,
      Your favorite prude

    9. J. on Thu, February 03, 2011

      Wow David, that’s quite funny…  I’ve known people to say things like that and actually be serious.  As if taking out a cell phone camera and filming a friend having fun is anything but just documenting friends having fun…  I know that one of our pastors plays guitar but doesn’t normally get to play it that often in a band setting, when he steps on stage after a practice (or whatever) and starts jamming a little (after some prodding from the other musicians) it’s definitely fun and you can be certain that a few cell phone cameras will come out-but much like this video-NOT because it’s a wonderous sight or something fantastic but because we’re all friends having a good time.  I Love it…

    10. David on Thu, February 03, 2011

      Again, if the pastor of the church was an excellent pianist or organ player, I’d bet good money people wouldn’t be taking pictures of him.  I’m not sure what edification this is for anyone. It’s just not edifying for me to watch a stranger have fun with his friends while they take pictures of him. Some maybe watched the whole video and it encouraged them to live a more Godly life, or to share the Gospel, or just to live another day. Who’s to say what is right material to post on a Christian web site? Certainly not me. I’m happy this young fellow had a good time that day.

      “....but I work in this factory. And I curse the life I’m living. I curse my poverty…”

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