Posts Tagged ‘Wally’

A Perspective On Perspective

I remember seeing Jeff Goldblum in a commercial for Their slogan was “Change your apartment. Change the world.” I never quite understood that until recently. I was stuck at a traffic light, completely alone, at 4:30 in the morning. This traffic light has some sort of personal vendetta against me. I know it sees me coming and waits till just the right time to change, so I miss it EVERY day. So what does… … Continue reading

Zach Williams Goes to Prison

Zach Williams recently worked on a really cool project, where he performed his songs for a group of prisoners at Harding Prison in Nashville. He joined us to talk about that experience–plus Wally got choked up while sharing a letter from his brother who is currently in prison. The videos of these men in prison worshipping along to songs like “Chain Breaker,” “Fear is a Liar,” and “Survivor” are incredibly moving. Check out a little… … Continue reading

Meet This Young Heart Surgeon

We all have those moments where we feel numb inside, and sometimes we don’t even know why. It’s like we’re just existing. Full disclosure, that is where I kind of am right now. Then you meet someone who gives you some much needed perspective. Fixing Legs Julius was that person for me. Julius is in a CURE Hospital to have a life-changing surgery on his leg. The problem is glaringly obvious, and if anyone would have… … Continue reading

Happy 50th Birthday, Wally! Here’s What Your Favorite Artists Really Think Of You….

Our very own Wally is officially a half a century old! As we celebrate him and all he’s meant to us, we also wanted to include messages from some of his favorite artists like Matthew West, for King & Country, Bart from MercyMe, and Natalie Grant. Plus, speaker Jon Acuff, comedian John Crist, and even his family all shared what they really think of him.   Send Wally your birthday message in the comments below!… … Continue reading

But What If I Don’t Have a Good Dad?

Hi Wally, I was hearing your letter that you wrote to your dad, and it broke me. I cried for about 10 minutes. I wish my dad was like yours, but my father is a narcissistic person. He has done some horrible things and can’t seem to recognize that his actions are hurtful. When I was a little boy, I thought that I loved him because he acted fatherly, but I don’t know what happened… … Continue reading