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A New Year 2012

Posted by Eddie Jones on December 27, 2011 in iBegat HOME, iBegat U |

res·o·lu·tion:

1. a resolve or determination: to make a firm resolution to do something.
2. the act of resolving or determining upon an action or course of action, method, procedure, etc.
3. the mental state or quality of being resolved or resolute; firmness of purpose. Continue reading “A New Year 2012” »

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New Band Profile – And By Love

Posted by Eddie Jones on August 12, 2011 in iBegat Music |

Meet the Newest Upcoming Band!

I happened upon info for these guys and am glad I did. Check out their music and “Like” their FaceBook page! Or find them on YouTube HERE. If you live near one of their concerts–be sure to go!

BAND PROFILE:

MUSIC:   Progressive/Indie/Rock
MEMBERS:
Brandon Day- Vocals, Guitar
Wes Lauterbach- Guitar, Vocals
Trey Mulvey- Bass, Vocals
Zane Frye- Drums
HOMETOWN: Fayetteville, NC

BIOGRAPHY:

And By Love is made up of young men who have an everlasting love for music. Brandon Day (Vocals, Guitar), Trey Mulvey (Bass), Wes Lauterbach (Guitar, Vocals), Zane Frye (Drums) had all been in other bands before, but realized something wasn’t right.

“It’s by the Love of God that we are able to live the lives that we live. It’s a miracle that we have the talent to create music that can leave an impact on peoples lives. So to us, And By Love is more than just a name,” says Mulvey.

Although And By Love has only been a band since January 2010, the release of their debut EP “Patience” has been highly anticipated throughout the region. “Patience” is an EP with obvious hard work and heart put into each of the six songs. Hoping to catch the ear of every listener these boys come across, the band will be hitting the road this summer, staying busy playing shows throughout the Southeast. Its with love this band has made it here and its “And By Love” that God will show the world that these boys aren’t stopping anytime soon.

And by Love is currently in the studio working on their new album that will be released in the early part of 2011, this album is something that was been a major part of the boys lives since they finished touring this summer, “we have put in a lot of new and unique ideas on the new record, stuff way out of our comfort zones” says Wes. The new album will be a 6 song EP with a kinda harder,and different sound.

So be sure to keep up with us, come to shows, and just be our friends!

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Worth the Wait

Posted by Eddie Jones on January 4, 2011 in iBegat the Begotten, iBegat U |

“I will not cause pain without allowing something new to be born.” Isaiah 66:9 (NCV)

I held the newborn baby in my arms and marveled at her tiny fingers and toes. Soft skin and a delicate body took my breath away. As I stared into her peaceful face, I realized how precious a newborn baby is.

The birth of such a beautiful baby is not an easy thing. Months of discomfort and pain lead up to the anticipated arrival. However, if you ask any mother, she will say that the nine months was definitely worth the pain and waiting.

In Isaiah 66:9, God speaks about the pain of pregnancy and the joy of delivery.  “I will not cause pain without allowing something new to be born.” In the same way new birth comes after a time of pain, spiritual refreshment comes after times of trials and troubles.

When we experience sickness, death, divorce, loneliness, stress, or failure, God gives us this promise: I will not cause pain without allowing something new to be born. When we trust God in our times of trouble, He will create something new within us. Through the pain, He will give us a new hope and faith that comes from learning to surrender to Him. Every season of struggle is an opportunity to see God bring about new spiritual life.

When that new life springs forth, you will realize it was worth the wait.

Thought for the day: Through the struggles that you face today, God is working to make you new, help you grow, or draw you closer to Him.

Ashli Roussel

ASHLI ROUSSEL

Ashli Roussel, a nineteen-year-old sophomore at Harding University, is passionate about sharing the truth and love of the Lord through writing. She loves camping, running, playing the piano, and participating in missions. Most of all, she is passionate about knowing, following, and serving her Lord and Savior. Without Him, her stories would mean nothing.

Ashli has battled and overcome an eating disorder, which God used to teach her great truths about who He is and how He is involved in our struggles. Now she desires to comfort others with the comfort that she has received from God. Keep an eye out for Ashli’s regular articles on iBegat.com! (read more…)

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Stepping Stones

Posted by Eddie Jones on January 2, 2011 in iBegat U |

The Israelites stood at the bank of the Jordan River, finally being able to see God’s fulfillment of His promise. For years, He had promised to lead them to the Promised Land, and now they were finally standing at the banks, ready to cross over to claim their land. What a climactic moment as God’s people stepped through the waters and onto sacred land.

After they crossed the river, Joshua told the people, “Each of you is to take up a stone on his shoulder…to serve as a sign among you. (Joshua 4:5 NIV) In order to remember all that God had done for them, the Israelites picked up stones from the river bed and set them up as a memorial. What had been stepping stones became memorial stones.

As we enter a new year, we too are crossing a river and entering into a new dimension of God’s promises. With every New Year, we begin a new stage in our spiritual journey. As this year ends, look back at the rivers that you’ve crossed; the struggles, victories, and experiences of this past year.

What has God done for you? How has He drawn you closer to Him? What are some of your spiritual mile markers? All of these memories are stones in the river that you have crossed, and they testify to the faithfulness and greatness of God. These stepping stones have now become memorial stones.

May we never forget what God has done for each of us.

Ashli Roussel

ASHLI ROUSSEL

Ashli Roussel, a nineteen-year-old sophomore at Harding University, is passionate about sharing the truth and love of the Lord through writing. She loves camping, running, playing the piano, and participating in missions. Most of all, she is passionate about knowing, following, and serving her Lord and Savior. Without Him, her stories would mean nothing.

Ashli has battled and overcome an eating disorder, which God used to teach her great truths about who He is and how He is involved in our struggles. Now she desires to comfort others with the comfort that she has received from God. Keep an eye out for Ashli’s regular articles on iBegat.com! (read more…)

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DISNEY’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL – Christian Movie Review

Posted by Eddie Jones on December 1, 2010 in iBegat Movies |

DISNEY’S A CHRISTMAS CAROL – Christian Movie Review.

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