Lord, please humble your people that we might have revival.
As Floodlight Revolution is gearing up to launch, Steve Lamb is taking a step back from live performance for the time being. Steve is in the midst of a very exciting and busy life season – graduating college, grad school on the way, a full time career, and a soon arriving new addition to the Lamb family. Steve will be sorely missed from live performances during this season, but the show will go on with the addition of Luke Sanders, and other coalition musicians.
Floodlight Revolution manager James Miller states “Steve is still an integral part of the Floodlight Revolution. Though he won’t be performing live for some time, he has already completed studio tracks for an upcoming release. He will likely contribute to future studio recordings, and eventually make a live appearance again. We wish Steve and his family well during this transitional period. We’ll continue to pray for them, and thank our heavenly Father for our brother.”
Floodlight Revolution welcomes new team member and guitarist, Luke Sanders to the coalition.
The newbie of the group, is a talented guitarist in his own right, rocking out regularly with the sounds of ONEEIGHTY Band. He brings to the table a huge platter of guitar tones, with an amazing taste for what works in a song. Add him to the roster of guitarists that don’t talk much, but speak volumes (and VOLUME!) with a guitar in hand.
Good morning revolutionaries. It is with great joy that I announce to you another forward step in the evolution of Floodlight Revolution. A few months ago I presented to my fellow core musicians, Steve and Dan, that I really have a vision of Floodlight Revolution being more than a band, but instead a voice for like-minded people. I want us to be an audible and visible portion of a group of people committed to living our their lives with God, among people. For a variety of reasons, the typical American idea of a “band” is of a group of people that are united by their desire to play music together. In our case, that would be sort of a Three Musketeers approach…but that’s more of an “us and them” view than I felt comfortable with.
Here’s why. For any band to be successful, it takes LOTS of people other than just the musicians to make it work. Floodlight Revolution isn’t just about the music though. It’s about the heart behind the music – a desire to see people learn what life is meant to be when they encounter a fundamental change through God’s Word to us. It is for that reason the core team of Floodlight Revolution has made a decision to open things up a bit more. We want you to be involved in the workings of an actual team that is determined to deliver the heart of our mission in a personal way.
With the adoption of this new strategy last week, Floodlight Revolution is no longer just a band, but a ministry fronted by a band. We have a number of practical changes in the works that will help us to realize this goal. If you would like to participate, or feel you have a talent or skill to offer, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
A thought from the leading of the Holy Spirit this morning. Truly we are living in the last days before rise of Antichrist Our time is short. The enemy opposes our work as parents, spouse, ministers, artists, voice of reason, and truth. Do not be discouraged. Fulfill your duty with Strength.