Scott Roberts is an amazing guy. He and his wife Lisa have a website with their testimony on it - www.Broken-Vessel.com
Mom had to put the camera on the 'Sports' setting so his fingers wouldn't blur.
He can sing too!
'Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb...'
Steve Roberson travels with Scott and Lisa. He wrote this song called, "I'm Not Getting Older"...
Are you sure about that, Steve?
"If he has to reach way down..."
Scott played along while I sang. By the end of the first chorus, I was starting to get in touch with my inner groove.
"Amazing Grace", but not like what you would think.
Had to do a quartet number since we were all together.
I first met Scott and Lisa at Stamps-Baxter School of Music this summer.
We did a classic Hinson's song, "That I Could Still Go Free". For only practicing once, the blend was not bad at all.
Scott warming up for the evening concert...
Lisa had a lot of her family present at the concert. Her folks started talking with my folks and we found out that we are related somewhere down the line!
"Had It Not Been"
Before Steve gave his heart to the Lord, he was a professional wrestler! You would never guess, cause he's just a big teddy bear.
Although, I wouldn't want to make him mad.
Scott produced Heather Hart's CD and so when she came to see them, she had to sing a song.
She blew me away! What a sweet voice and gentle spirit.
Check out her website here - www.HeatherHartMusic.com
Singing "Heavenly Parade"...
It's an old-time, convention song...
All the parts go separate way, then hopeful end back up together again.
Hugging my new Cuz!
Scott giving that 'deer in the headlights look'...
And here comes the car!
Way too much fun! Can't wait to do it again.
Steve's having flashbacks to his wrestling days...
Not wanting to be left out, I snuck up behind him and conked him on the head!
Lisa enjoyed that a little too much.
This is Steve's wife Jana. What a blessing everyone was and it was a pleasure to meet new friends!