Saturday, August 4, 2012

Go Fish Concert!

HomeI've posted in the past about the Go Fish Guys and how their music is, "a must-have for grandma's house . . . get extra copies to send home with your grandchildren, too! This is exactly the kind of music we want our kids to listen to . . . fun music, music with "pep" and most importantly, music which challenges, encourages and convicts us!" I stand by this . . . it is all 100% true!

So today, along with once again recommending their music, I want to encourage you to keep your eyes open for the opportunity for your grandchildren to a Go Fish concert! Go Fish says, "For most parents, going to a kids concert is generally considered a form of torture!  However, when you come to Go Fish concert prepare to be blown away by the coolest rock and roll show for families ever!  Bring your friends, neighbors and anyone else who needs to be rescued from the world of lame kids's time to Go Fish!"

My son, daughter-in-law and grandsons went to a Go Fish concert last week and said, "Our kids thoroughly enjoyed the concert. The music was great for dancing, and Josiah just went crazy over the pyrotechnics. The Go-Fish guys were very friendly, and made sure they high-fived each one of the kids and parents they could reach. The most important thing we liked, though, was the clear gospel message and the great vision of the band to impact kids for Christ." What more could you want? Yes, Josiah had a great time at the concert! He said it was lots of fun to dance to the music, and he was happy the music was loud! But the most important thing is the vision of the band to impact kids for Christ! 

Fill your home with solid music like the music of Go Fish! Help your grandchildren see the best and "coolest rock and roll" music is music which imparts a clear gospel message! Take them to a concert and talk with them about the messages they hear in these songs. Go Fish absolutely is a resource grandparents and parents can use to pass on a heritage of faith to their grandchildren and children!

So, keep an eye on their website to watch for when a Go Fish concert is going to be in your area . . . or talk to someone at your church and see if you might be able to host the concert at your church!

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