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October 2, 2019
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Big Daddy Weave: When the Light Comes

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  • Jeremy Redmon: It's just too exhausting try
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  • Jeremy Redmon: It's just too exhausting trying
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  • Jeremy Redmon: It's just too exhausting trying to
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  • Jeremy Redmon: It's just too exhausting trying to d
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  • Jeremy Redmon: It's just too exhausting trying to do
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  • Jeremy Redmon: It's just too exhausting trying to do th
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  • Jeremy Redmon: It's just too exhausting trying to do this
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  • on the road.
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  • I'm going to have to talk to Jim.
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  • I got to figure out some way to get home.
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  • I can't do it out here.
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  • Mike Weaver: To just add one more thing to the schedule,
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  • we didn't need one more thing.
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  • Kandice Weaver: I just want to give them this experience
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  • at least once in their childhood.
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  • Mike: And I completely agree.
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  • Emily: To see them not mad with God and wanting for others
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  • to know him is the best.
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  • When the light comes,
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  • darkness runs away.
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  • And only what lives in the light can stay.
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  • When the light comes, nothing left to hide.
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  • So, come out of the darkness
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  • and turn on the light.
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  • I throw open the door, I fall to my knees.
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  • I lay down my pride, no secrets to keep.
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  • The light of your love is shining on me.
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  • The goodness of God is setting me free.
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  • When the light comes,
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  • darkness runs away,
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  • and only what lives in the light can stay.
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  • When the light comes,
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  • nothing left to hide,
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  • so come out of the darkness
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  • and turn on the light.
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  • Jay Weaver: So, having a family on the road is awesome
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  • and it's crazy.
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  • Emily: Did you see all the snow outside today?
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  • Are you going to go play in it today?
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  • Jay: It's just like waking up at your house, you know,
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  • and life just starts to happen before--maybe even before you
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  • had your first cup of coffee, you know?
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  • Emily: Hey Jay, everyone is up except for you.
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  • Jay: Life is just crazy, but it sure is a whole lot of fun,
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  • and so we enjoy the craziness most days.
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  • Emily: Life for the kids and I on the road, we've only been
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  • doing this for two years.
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  • The hardest part I would say for me is school, of finding the
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  • balance of when to do it, how much to do on the road.
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  • And then you get home and you're exhausted off of a road trip and
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  • you don't want to do school, and so you fight that battle,
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  • but so it's just finding a win-win for every spot.
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  • Brian Beihl: So, we are out on this tour, I miss home.
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  • I miss being with my wife. It's tough at times.
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  • You know, when you get home and you kind of get into the rhythm
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  • of being at home, and then all of a sudden it's like, "Okay,
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  • it's tour time," you know, you got to get back out and do this.
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  • At first it's like, "Okay, yeah, I'm all right."
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  • But you get into it a little bit, man, it's kind of like,
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  • "Okay, I kind of--I kind of miss being at home, miss being
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  • with my family."
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  • Joe Shirk: So, having the family on the road, so great.
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  • The challenges that come with it, sometimes also so great.
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  • Worth it, but definitely so great.
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  • I'm thinking, you know, this venue doesn't have
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  • laundry options, okay.
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  • Oh, and this one doesn't either, and you're just kind of, okay,
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  • well, we're getting full of laundry, so I don't know what
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  • we're going to do.
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  • female: Well, traveling full-time is very different
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  • in a lot of ways, but it's the same.
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  • I mean, I still have the same chores, if you will,
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  • that I do we're home.
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  • I still do laundry, I still clean up the kitchen, granted
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  • it's a tiny kitchen in a bus, but I still have to do it.
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  • I still have to make sure the kids do their schoolwork and
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  • have things at home that I have to check on, bills to pay,
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  • and all of those things.
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  • So, it's the same, just in a different environment as what we
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  • normally would deal with when we were at home.
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  • Mike: Ah, that's better.
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  • Now we can bring--
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  • Kandice: We always say that we would much rather be together
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  • on the road in the craziness than we would be for us to be at
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  • home and Mike to be on the road by himself.
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  • Mike: The road is challenging period.
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  • But life on the road for families is a challenge of its
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  • own, but one of the biggest joys of my life.
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  • And one of the main times we really get to hang out is just
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  • first thing in the morning, man, we have these moments together
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  • over breakfast.
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  • We get some Scripture, man, and then we talk about
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  • the Scripture, we have a discussion about it.
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  • In today's reading, who's the guy who took over for Moses
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  • after Moses's time was coming up?
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  • Who became the--
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  • Kandice: It's just a sweet time together before we all go
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  • our different ways.
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  • We try to be done by 10 o'clock so that Eli can get to the lobby
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  • to start setting up, and then we get cracking with schoolwork.
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  • All things new.
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  • Jeremy: It's just too exhausting trying to do
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  • this on the road.
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  • When I do get time, I'm falling asleep trying to make it happen
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  • and sitting on the bus and wishing I was in bed.
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  • I'm going to have to talk to Jim and just tell him I got to
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  • figure out some way to get home and try to make this happen.
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  • There's no other way, I can't do it out here.
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  • You can bring such beauty.
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  • Jim Scherer: Jeremy isn't going to be able to do this
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  • album like he's done the last albums.
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  • He's always done it when they've been on the road, there's been
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  • a little more time, but there is no more time.
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  • It's gone, and there's only going to be one way to make
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  • this album happen.
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  • I'm just going to have to talk with the guys.
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  • I'm going to have to have a different plan.
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  • I surrender all I have and all I am.
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  • male: Forty-nine cents plus--times two is 98 cents,
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  • plus $1, 1.98 would be 2.96 plus 18.
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  • female: Before we started traveling full-time, we did home
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  • school, everything was online.
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  • And on the road, sometimes Wi-Fi isn't great, and so you can't
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  • really rely on that.
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  • But I've kind of found that it kind of works better when you
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  • use actual old-school books and make them look up things on
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  • their own.
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  • Okay, so Aiden, today we are in Flint.
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  • There you go, right there, just below Tyler.
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  • And so, where were we yesterday, do you remember?
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  • Aiden: Down here.
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  • female: There's been several days we've ended up parked next
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  • to a historic museum of some sort, whether it's natural
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  • history or American Indians.
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  • We've gotten to see the Hoover Dam, and the Grand Canyon, and
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  • Mount Rushmore, things that kids--I didn't get to see until
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  • I took them when we were on the road with Big Daddy Weave.
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  • Emily: Okay, so today we're going to talk about someone in
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  • science, Florence Nightingale.
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  • Okay, tell me what she did.
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  • Take a guess.
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  • On the road, they're learning social skills.
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  • I've really seen them come out of their shells.
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  • They're actually going to start writing for a newspaper back
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  • home about life on the road, so that's a homeschool opportunity
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  • that we would not had we were just at home.
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  • Kandice: Okay, let's go, guys.
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  • Okay, so, it is four degrees outside, okay?
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  • So, we made this boiling water, right Naomi?
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  • And we're going to see what happens when we throw it in
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  • the freezing air.
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  • Scoot over just a little bit so I don't hit you, okay,
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  • are you ready?
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  • So, we do everything at home.
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  • We do math, science, everything that you would do in a public
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  • school or a private school situation we do at home.
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  • Did you see how it evaporated? It turned into--
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  • male: It's still coming out.
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  • Kandice: Yeah, isn't that crazy?
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  • And this is from our first time we did it, see?
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  • Some really cool things that I love about tour are getting to
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  • see things that our kids would never get to see, even I would
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  • never get to see.
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  • I mean, we've been to Plymouth Rock, we've been to
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  • San Francisco and ridden in a trolley car, went
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  • to the Statue of Liberty.
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  • All these things just because we happen to be in the city that
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  • day, so that becomes our field trip for that day.
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  • And that's one of my most favorite things about
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  • homeschooling on the road.
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  • That's a pretty cool science experiment, huh, yeah?
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  • You are glorious.
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  • God, you are the most glorious.
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  • male: Go back to the chorus.
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  • I align myself in you,
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  • captivated by your beauty.
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  • Kandice: Hey guys, y'all have a good morning.
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  • Make sure to text me when you get there.
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  • male: Our morning usually starts around 10 a.m.
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  • Get the trailers unloaded, get everything put in to the lobby
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  • area, and kind of get everything situated the way we're going to
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  • set up in the morning.
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  • And the kids are a big part of the setup for merch and for
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  • World Vision.
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  • Emily: It's also teaching them responsibilities, getting a
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  • task done without me than having to tell them.
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  • And to see them like, you know, just to be proud of something
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  • they've done without me telling them to do something or Jay
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  • telling them to do something, just taking ownership of it.
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  • female: I just feel like they're learning to the
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  • typical--like to credit cards and things like that, learning
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  • how to use those programs is in and of itself useful, but
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  • they're also learning how to explain to someone something
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  • such as World Vision, or why they should buy this shirt
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  • instead of that, communicate with adults that they don't know
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  • and present themselves as knowledgeable people on whatever
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  • subject they're selling at the time.
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  • female: Basically, when I come here in the morning, I'll
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  • roll in the cases and then I'll set up the backdrop.
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  • There's this bag that you put all these poles in, and you pull
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  • one by one and then set them up.
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  • That time, he'll be here helping me.
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  • And then at night time, just take it all down, put it back in
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  • the cases, and roll them back out.
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  • female: I have just bracelets, mainly bracelets.
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  • Sometimes drumsticks, but I don't--I barely
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  • get to do the hats.
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  • male: These things are the packets.
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  • Usually in intermission, I would pack out--pass out the packets.
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  • And a bunch of people just raise their hand and I go over to
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  • them, they might say, "Two, three, four, five,"
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  • or something.
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  • They'll sponsor that child, they'll like give them
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  • money for food.
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  • female: I help Mr. Steven.
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  • I do what he doesn't pretty much.
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  • male: It is fun working with the kids.
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  • You know, it's just you get to come out and talk to them, and
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  • just kind of see, "Hey, what's the new video game
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  • you're playing?
  • 00:10:15.260 --> 00:10:17.060
  • You know, what's the new thing going on?"
  • 00:10:17.070 --> 00:10:18.180
  • So, you get to kind of talk to them about that.
  • 00:10:18.190 --> 00:10:20.050
  • That's kind of fun.
  • 00:10:20.060 --> 00:10:22.150
  • Mike: So, what do you got?
  • 00:10:23.220 --> 00:10:25.070
  • Kandice: Okay, so the kids have been dying to do some sort
  • 00:10:25.080 --> 00:10:28.110
  • of organized sport.
  • 00:10:28.120 --> 00:10:30.100
  • And I did some research and I found there is a league where we
  • 00:10:30.110 --> 00:10:34.160
  • can do flag football and soccer, and the best part is all three
  • 00:10:34.170 --> 00:10:39.040
  • kids can be in it, so it's only a one day a week commitment.
  • 00:10:39.050 --> 00:10:42.070
  • Mike: That's not bad.
  • 00:10:42.080 --> 00:10:43.240
  • Kandice: So, what do you think?
  • 00:10:43.250 --> 00:10:45.070
  • Mike: Half of the time, we're gone.
  • 00:10:45.080 --> 00:10:48.090
  • You know, we're not at home, we're not--you know, who knows
  • 00:10:48.100 --> 00:10:49.220
  • where we're going to be.
  • 00:10:49.230 --> 00:10:51.110
  • We have to look at the calendar and what's coming up.
  • 00:10:51.120 --> 00:10:53.080
  • It takes a lot of kind of figuring out and kind of
  • 00:10:53.090 --> 00:10:55.240
  • prayerfully considering, you know, "Is this even what we're
  • 00:10:55.250 --> 00:10:58.240
  • supposed to be doing with our lives?"
  • 00:10:58.250 --> 00:11:01.200
  • Emily: Trying to figure out of when to do school for the
  • 00:11:01.210 --> 00:11:05.130
  • kids because of the load-in schedule.
  • 00:11:05.140 --> 00:11:09.270
  • And their cousins do school in the morning, we're trying to fit
  • 00:11:09.280 --> 00:11:12.260
  • it all in because then they go do load-in, and then they play
  • 00:11:12.270 --> 00:11:18.040
  • and lunch, and then they want to play.
  • 00:11:18.050 --> 00:11:19.210
  • And then it's time for school, so then--
  • 00:11:19.220 --> 00:11:24.000
  • Jay: The mean mom trying to make them do schoolwork.
  • 00:11:24.010 --> 00:11:26.280
  • Emily: The mean mom trying to get them to do schoolwork.
  • 00:11:26.290 --> 00:11:29.070
  • Jay: The curve of learning how to educate our children,
  • 00:11:29.080 --> 00:11:31.230
  • which is very important to both of us, but at the same time
  • 00:11:31.240 --> 00:11:34.260
  • allow them to have this life on the road, yeah, it's a bit of a
  • 00:11:34.270 --> 00:11:39.070
  • juggling act at times.
  • 00:11:39.080 --> 00:11:40.240
  • female: Do you have your day planner with you?
  • 00:11:40.250 --> 00:11:42.140
  • Because I have mine out.
  • 00:11:42.150 --> 00:11:44.010
  • Joe: I do.
  • 00:11:44.020 --> 00:11:45.160
  • female: I was looking at February.
  • 00:11:45.170 --> 00:11:46.270
  • Joe: Okay.
  • 00:11:46.280 --> 00:11:48.160
  • female: The kids want to audition for that next show,
  • 00:11:48.170 --> 00:11:49.270
  • so--
  • 00:11:49.280 --> 00:11:51.080
  • Joe: To have them out in the beginning, it was something that
  • 00:11:51.090 --> 00:11:54.030
  • we can do all the time, which was great.
  • 00:11:54.040 --> 00:11:56.080
  • And then there was more theater, not just one, but two and three
  • 00:11:56.090 --> 00:12:00.040
  • different theaters, you know?
  • 00:12:00.050 --> 00:12:01.210
  • So, now it's become even more complicated the more that
  • 00:12:01.220 --> 00:12:04.050
  • they're involved.
  • 00:12:04.060 --> 00:12:05.160
  • Will you know soon on the auditions or?
  • 00:12:05.170 --> 00:12:07.230
  • female: Well, they really want to do it, so I guess we
  • 00:12:07.240 --> 00:12:09.280
  • should just call it.
  • 00:12:09.290 --> 00:12:11.110
  • It's very hard to be in a show and sign up for auditions and
  • 00:12:11.120 --> 00:12:14.100
  • then tell the director, "Oh, by the way, I'm going to miss, you
  • 00:12:14.110 --> 00:12:16.160
  • know 24 of the next 36 days."
  • 00:12:16.170 --> 00:12:19.120
  • Mike: To just add one more thing to the schedule just
  • 00:12:19.130 --> 00:12:22.000
  • sometimes seems like by the time we get done traveling, we get
  • 00:12:22.010 --> 00:12:24.280
  • home and we're exhausted, you find out, you know, we didn't
  • 00:12:24.290 --> 00:12:28.200
  • need one more thing that actually turned into like
  • 00:12:28.210 --> 00:12:32.120
  • eight more things.
  • 00:12:32.130 --> 00:12:33.240
  • Kandice: I just want to give them this experience at least
  • 00:12:33.250 --> 00:12:36.120
  • once in their childhood.
  • 00:12:36.130 --> 00:12:38.030
  • Mike: And I completely agree.
  • 00:12:38.040 --> 00:12:39.140
  • And the other concern is that we just--we're riding the bus.
  • 00:12:39.150 --> 00:12:43.030
  • And we're constantly being still.
  • 00:12:43.040 --> 00:12:45.220
  • To have them out running around and getting a chance to
  • 00:12:45.230 --> 00:12:48.140
  • actually, you know, get some exercise and some fresh air
  • 00:12:48.150 --> 00:12:51.150
  • would be a good thing.
  • 00:12:51.160 --> 00:12:52.280
  • Kandice: Mike and I just work hard to try to balance what
  • 00:12:52.290 --> 00:12:54.230
  • their desires are with what we know the Lord has put as a call
  • 00:12:54.240 --> 00:12:58.110
  • on our family, first on Mike's life with Big Daddy Weave, and
  • 00:12:58.120 --> 00:13:03.020
  • then our family being with him, balancing things are important
  • 00:13:03.030 --> 00:13:06.270
  • to their little hearts.
  • 00:13:06.280 --> 00:13:08.180
  • But if they don't fit with the mission of our family, then we
  • 00:13:08.190 --> 00:13:12.050
  • just have to kind of wait on those things and find other ways
  • 00:13:12.060 --> 00:13:14.080
  • to fulfill those desires that they have.
  • 00:13:14.090 --> 00:13:17.160
  • female: Logistically wise, we just keep trying to make both
  • 00:13:17.170 --> 00:13:19.250
  • work as long as we can.
  • 00:13:19.260 --> 00:13:21.280
  • As long as he keeps opening both doors, we'll go through
  • 00:13:21.290 --> 00:13:23.110
  • both of them.
  • 00:13:23.120 --> 00:13:24.270
  • When he shuts one, we'll shut one.
  • 00:13:24.280 --> 00:13:26.160
  • As long as I can, I'm going to make sure they get to do both
  • 00:13:26.170 --> 00:13:28.120
  • for as long as it'll work out, God willing.
  • 00:13:28.130 --> 00:13:31.220
  • Who knows what he's got for them in the future, so.
  • 00:13:31.230 --> 00:13:34.090
  • Emily: Okay, maybe just help me waking up the want to be
  • 00:13:34.100 --> 00:13:37.160
  • fully teenage middle child so that I'm not then the mean mom
  • 00:13:37.170 --> 00:13:42.270
  • in the morning and the afternoon.
  • 00:13:42.280 --> 00:13:45.110
  • Jay: So, I get to be the mean--the mean mom sometimes?
  • 00:13:45.120 --> 00:13:49.020
  • Emily: Tag.
  • 00:13:49.030 --> 00:13:50.140
  • Jay: We're just praying every day, "Jesus, teach us," 'cause
  • 00:13:50.150 --> 00:13:52.070
  • we're not doing so good some days, you know.
  • 00:13:52.080 --> 00:13:54.090
  • And then other days, it'll be great.
  • 00:13:54.100 --> 00:13:56.160
  • Jeremy: Hey dude, I wanted to come over and tell you thanks
  • 00:13:59.060 --> 00:14:00.220
  • for, man, sharing the other day.
  • 00:14:00.230 --> 00:14:03.090
  • I think it's going to be a huge catalyst just to keep forward
  • 00:14:03.100 --> 00:14:06.240
  • progression with everything.
  • 00:14:06.250 --> 00:14:08.130
  • I know you and me deal with like feeling isolated anyway.
  • 00:14:08.140 --> 00:14:11.180
  • It's like the other guys are on private buses with their
  • 00:14:11.190 --> 00:14:14.070
  • families and stuff, and we're usually together anyway, but.
  • 00:14:14.080 --> 00:14:17.110
  • Brian: I think for everything that we've been through and just
  • 00:14:17.120 --> 00:14:20.030
  • the struggle that we've had, it just kind of put voice to it a
  • 00:14:20.040 --> 00:14:23.050
  • little bit for people to hear.
  • 00:14:23.060 --> 00:14:24.150
  • Jeremy: You know, I'm sitting here talking to him about all
  • 00:14:24.160 --> 00:14:27.080
  • the hard things that we're dealing with on the road.
  • 00:14:27.090 --> 00:14:29.260
  • Yet at the same time, in the back of my mind, I've already
  • 00:14:29.270 --> 00:14:33.210
  • determined that I got to go home from the road.
  • 00:14:33.220 --> 00:14:37.070
  • I can't--I can't stay out here.
  • 00:14:37.080 --> 00:14:38.260
  • And so, I still want to be connected to the guys out here
  • 00:14:38.270 --> 00:14:41.160
  • even though I'm not out here.
  • 00:14:41.170 --> 00:14:42.260
  • And so, especially with Brian and not be out of sight, out of
  • 00:14:42.270 --> 00:14:46.130
  • mind, but to be engaged even though I'm not there.
  • 00:14:46.140 --> 00:14:50.280
  • I know our goal right now is unity.
  • 00:14:50.290 --> 00:14:53.250
  • And it's hard to be intentional with unity when we're not around
  • 00:14:53.260 --> 00:14:57.110
  • each other and just trying to, you know--obviously with our
  • 00:14:57.120 --> 00:15:00.210
  • wives not being out here and our families not being
  • 00:15:00.220 --> 00:15:03.140
  • out here, it's tricky.
  • 00:15:03.150 --> 00:15:06.190
  • But anyway, man, I'll leave you to it, but dude,
  • 00:15:06.200 --> 00:15:09.090
  • again thanks for sharing.
  • 00:15:09.100 --> 00:15:10.240
  • Appreciate it.
  • 00:15:10.250 --> 00:15:13.060
  • Brian: Yeah, I really appreciated Jeremy coming by,
  • 00:15:13.070 --> 00:15:14.200
  • just saying, "Hey man, it was great to hear from you and thank
  • 00:15:14.210 --> 00:15:17.210
  • you for sharing."
  • 00:15:17.220 --> 00:15:19.040
  • And just it meant a lot.
  • 00:15:19.050 --> 00:15:21.030
  • And it is a struggle because we fight for this unity and this
  • 00:15:21.040 --> 00:15:26.140
  • togetherness, but we're kind of separated because of families on
  • 00:15:26.150 --> 00:15:32.160
  • certain buses and different things, so we're not
  • 00:15:32.170 --> 00:15:34.080
  • always together.
  • 00:15:34.090 --> 00:15:35.220
  • Trying to be more diligent in having time to be together
  • 00:15:35.230 --> 00:15:39.230
  • and have that.
  • 00:15:39.240 --> 00:15:43.190
  • Mike Weaver: Hey, I'm Mike Weaver of Big Daddy Weave, and
  • 00:15:49.030 --> 00:15:50.290
  • I've written a book titled "I Am Redeemed: Learning to Live in
  • 00:15:51.000 --> 00:15:54.080
  • Grace," in which I share how God redeemed the defeats in
  • 00:15:54.090 --> 00:15:58.010
  • my life into victory.
  • 00:15:58.020 --> 00:15:59.280
  • My prayer is that this book will inspire you to live freely in
  • 00:15:59.290 --> 00:16:03.090
  • God's grace and love.
  • 00:16:03.100 --> 00:16:05.050
  • "I Am Redeemed" is available wherever books are sold, or
  • 00:16:05.060 --> 00:16:08.040
  • visit iamredeemedbook.com.
  • 00:16:08.050 --> 00:16:11.180
  • I want to personally invite you to get your copy today.
  • 00:16:11.190 --> 00:16:14.110
  • Jeremy: It's the only way to make this happen.
  • 00:16:17.280 --> 00:16:19.270
  • Jim: Michael.
  • 00:16:19.280 --> 00:16:21.140
  • Jeremy: Oh hey, dude.
  • 00:16:21.150 --> 00:16:22.290
  • Jim: Speaking of finding Michael.
  • 00:16:23.000 --> 00:16:24.090
  • Mike: What's up guys?
  • 00:16:24.100 --> 00:16:25.200
  • Jeremy: Hey man, we were just talking.
  • 00:16:25.210 --> 00:16:27.030
  • And just in perspective of the tour and the album and baby on
  • 00:16:27.040 --> 00:16:30.120
  • the way, man, I feel my stress level rising, I see this trying
  • 00:16:30.130 --> 00:16:36.130
  • to take a toll on me.
  • 00:16:36.140 --> 00:16:38.000
  • Man, I just really feel like I need to step away from the tour
  • 00:16:38.010 --> 00:16:39.200
  • for right now to try to finish the record and--
  • 00:16:39.210 --> 00:16:41.210
  • Jim: We're at a point that is crucial.
  • 00:16:41.220 --> 00:16:44.030
  • We have got to make a move tonight.
  • 00:16:44.040 --> 00:16:46.110
  • And I'm hoping this goes well.
  • 00:16:46.120 --> 00:16:49.010
  • Things have not always gone well on some decision like this.
  • 00:16:49.020 --> 00:16:53.040
  • Jeremy: Mike and I have had a little bit of a history of
  • 00:16:53.050 --> 00:16:56.250
  • butting heads in the past, and so I really hope that this is a
  • 00:16:56.260 --> 00:17:00.160
  • little easier.
  • 00:17:00.170 --> 00:17:04.050
  • Mike: I was afraid it was going to come to this.
  • 00:17:04.060 --> 00:17:07.010
  • And I'm prepared for this, you know, but I don't know what
  • 00:17:07.020 --> 00:17:11.100
  • we're going to do without Jeremy with us.
  • 00:17:11.110 --> 00:17:14.180
  • Oh man, I understand, man.
  • 00:17:14.190 --> 00:17:17.010
  • We get it.
  • 00:17:17.020 --> 00:17:18.170
  • I kind of figured that was probably where we were going to
  • 00:17:18.180 --> 00:17:20.130
  • have to go just 'cause the time is so tight, dude.
  • 00:17:20.140 --> 00:17:23.060
  • And you're really the only one who can do what you're going to
  • 00:17:23.070 --> 00:17:25.240
  • do, you know?
  • 00:17:25.250 --> 00:17:27.250
  • Not only do you have our blessing man, like we--you have
  • 00:17:27.260 --> 00:17:29.170
  • like our confident.
  • 00:17:29.180 --> 00:17:31.060
  • Like we are very confident in, you know, what you're going to
  • 00:17:31.070 --> 00:17:33.050
  • do, man.
  • 00:17:33.060 --> 00:17:34.210
  • So, well, there you go.
  • 00:17:34.220 --> 00:17:36.070
  • Jim: Yeah, man, that was a lot easier than--
  • 00:17:36.080 --> 00:17:38.160
  • Jeremy: I was a little stressed, but--
  • 00:17:38.170 --> 00:17:40.040
  • Jim: Maybe in the past.
  • 00:17:40.050 --> 00:17:41.220
  • Jeremy: Bringing that out, but it's so hard bringing that
  • 00:17:41.230 --> 00:17:43.020
  • stuff up.
  • 00:17:43.030 --> 00:17:45.030
  • Jim: Yeah, wasn't always this easy, so that's a huge blessing,
  • 00:17:45.040 --> 00:17:47.080
  • it is.
  • 00:17:47.090 --> 00:17:48.200
  • 'Cause man, I think back, I remember getting a call and it
  • 00:17:48.210 --> 00:17:50.060
  • was like, "Man, it is blowing up over here.
  • 00:17:50.070 --> 00:17:54.010
  • What's going on?"
  • 00:17:54.020 --> 00:17:55.140
  • And back at the end of like the last tour before this one or
  • 00:17:55.150 --> 00:17:57.180
  • something, what was that about?
  • 00:17:57.190 --> 00:17:59.150
  • Mike: That was the Redmon-Weaver feud of like 2018
  • 00:17:59.160 --> 00:18:04.110
  • or whatever.
  • 00:18:04.120 --> 00:18:05.240
  • Jeremy: I don't know, 2017, yeah, it's '17.
  • 00:18:05.250 --> 00:18:07.160
  • Mike: There was this blowup that was a long time coming, you
  • 00:18:07.170 --> 00:18:10.020
  • know, for me and Jeremy.
  • 00:18:10.030 --> 00:18:12.010
  • It just--it just exploded that night.
  • 00:18:12.020 --> 00:18:15.040
  • Jeremy: Our tour manager was actually trying to give
  • 00:18:15.050 --> 00:18:18.010
  • volunteers who happened to be backstage little chores to do
  • 00:18:18.020 --> 00:18:22.140
  • like, "Hey, move this Kleenex box, or like go flip that light
  • 00:18:22.150 --> 00:18:25.140
  • switch," trying to clear a path for us at that point.
  • 00:18:25.150 --> 00:18:27.230
  • Mike: Yeah, people just running for cover, you know?
  • 00:18:27.240 --> 00:18:30.230
  • And it was--it was--it was crazy, and it happened over like
  • 00:18:30.240 --> 00:18:34.020
  • a decision in the set list.
  • 00:18:34.030 --> 00:18:37.030
  • But you know, that became the catalyst for having a way deeper
  • 00:18:37.040 --> 00:18:41.060
  • discussion just about, you know, how we--how we have to talk more
  • 00:18:41.070 --> 00:18:45.140
  • and we have to walk with each other through some of the
  • 00:18:45.150 --> 00:18:48.100
  • decision-making processes.
  • 00:18:48.110 --> 00:18:50.000
  • Jeremy: It was intense, though.
  • 00:18:50.010 --> 00:18:51.230
  • Mike: I am like bowed up, man.
  • 00:18:51.240 --> 00:18:53.150
  • And then he's like looking down on me, and it's like all of the
  • 00:18:53.160 --> 00:18:55.070
  • sudden, we're aware at some point in this argument that
  • 00:18:55.080 --> 00:18:58.250
  • we're having in the hallway like that, like people, there's an
  • 00:18:58.260 --> 00:19:02.030
  • awkwardness, there's an awkward bubble like this around us,
  • 00:19:02.040 --> 00:19:05.070
  • you know?
  • 00:19:05.080 --> 00:19:06.250
  • And then all of a sudden we're like, "You know, maybe we need
  • 00:19:06.260 --> 00:19:08.290
  • to do this somewhere else or whatever."
  • 00:19:09.000 --> 00:19:11.030
  • And it turns out, though, when we got together, it really
  • 00:19:11.040 --> 00:19:14.020
  • was--it was really both of us in a way fighting for unity,
  • 00:19:14.030 --> 00:19:18.080
  • though.
  • 00:19:18.090 --> 00:19:19.270
  • Jeremy: Neither one of us were wrong.
  • 00:19:19.280 --> 00:19:21.100
  • It's just we were defending our side of the box, defending our
  • 00:19:21.110 --> 00:19:23.160
  • side of the thing without looking at what the other person
  • 00:19:23.170 --> 00:19:25.150
  • was saying.
  • 00:19:25.160 --> 00:19:26.260
  • Mike: It's so good--
  • 00:19:26.270 --> 00:19:28.080
  • Jeremy: It's so good to get past that junk.
  • 00:19:28.090 --> 00:19:29.210
  • Mike: New days and better days ahead.
  • 00:19:29.220 --> 00:19:31.040
  • Jim: And they're actually starting immediately.
  • 00:19:31.050 --> 00:19:34.110
  • He needs to go.
  • 00:19:34.120 --> 00:19:35.260
  • Mike: Oh, like now?
  • 00:19:35.270 --> 00:19:38.020
  • Jim: It needs to--just because of the recording
  • 00:19:38.030 --> 00:19:40.080
  • schedule and the deadlines.
  • 00:19:40.090 --> 00:19:41.270
  • Jeremy: I need to get started tomorrow, so--
  • 00:19:41.280 --> 00:19:44.060
  • Jim: Yeah, so this would be the last one for a while, but
  • 00:19:44.070 --> 00:19:46.110
  • he'll be on tour.
  • 00:19:46.120 --> 00:19:47.280
  • Mike: I got you.
  • 00:19:47.290 --> 00:19:49.200
  • Jim: This is it.
  • 00:19:49.210 --> 00:19:51.010
  • Mike: All right, dude.
  • 00:19:51.020 --> 00:19:52.220
  • Man, dude, Godspeed.
  • 00:19:52.230 --> 00:19:54.060
  • Get them, man.
  • 00:19:54.070 --> 00:19:55.210
  • Jeremy: Totally, bro.
  • 00:19:55.220 --> 00:19:57.210
  • Mike: Will you stand and put your hands together with us, and
  • 00:19:57.220 --> 00:19:59.080
  • now let's sing to the Lord.
  • 00:19:59.090 --> 00:20:01.100
  • Yours will be the only name
  • 00:20:01.110 --> 00:20:04.270
  • that matters to me,
  • 00:20:04.280 --> 00:20:07.260
  • the only one whose favor I seek,
  • 00:20:07.270 --> 00:20:11.240
  • the only name that matters to me.
  • 00:20:11.250 --> 00:20:16.160
  • Oh, yours will be the friendship and affection
  • 00:20:16.280 --> 00:20:21.250
  • I need to feel my Father smiling on me,
  • 00:20:21.260 --> 00:20:27.280
  • the only name that matters to me.
  • 00:20:27.290 --> 00:20:32.180
  • Yours is the name.
  • 00:20:33.100 --> 00:20:35.070
  • And yours is the name, the name that saved me.
  • 00:20:35.080 --> 00:20:39.020
  • Mercy and grace, the power that forgave me.
  • 00:20:39.030 --> 00:20:43.010
  • And your love is all I've ever needed.
  • 00:20:43.020 --> 00:20:49.270
  • When I wake up in the land of glory with the saints,
  • 00:20:51.230 --> 00:20:57.000
  • I will tell my story.
  • 00:20:57.010 --> 00:20:59.270
  • There will be one name that I proclaim,
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  • just one name.
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  • When I wake up in the land of glory
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  • with the saints,
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  • I will tell my story.
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  • There will be one name that I proclaim,
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  • oh yeah.
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  • Yours will be the only name that matters to me,
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  • the only one whose favor I seek,
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  • the only name that matters to me.
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  • Yours is the name, Jesus.
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  • Yours is the name,
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  • the name that has saved me.
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  • Your mercy and grace,
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  • the power that forgave me.
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  • And Your love is all I've ever needed.
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  • When I wake up.
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  • When I wake up in the land of glory
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  • with the saints,
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  • I will tell my story.
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  • There will be one name that I proclaim.
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  • Ooh, just one name.
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  • When I wake up in the land of glory
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  • with the saints,
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  • I will tell my story.
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  • There will be one name that I proclaim,
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  • yeah.
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  • Come on, sing la la la la la la la.
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  • In the land of glory with the saints,
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  • I will tell my story.
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  • There will be one name that I proclaim.
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  • La la la la la la la.
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  • La la la la la la la.
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  • La la la la la la la la la la la.
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  • Mike: Praise the name of Jesus.
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  • Mike: Hey everybody, we're so excited to be bringing
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  • the Alive tour with Big Daddy Weave to a city near you.
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  • We would love for you to join us in a night of worship.
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  • Go to bigdaddyweave.com for more info.
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  • The God who called me out,
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  • now I'm alive.
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  • Jim: We're about to enter a really interesting new season,
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  • unprecedented.
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  • We've never intentionally pulled somebody off the road
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  • to do this before.
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  • Jeremy: Dude, I'm out, man. Jay: All right, man, careful.
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  • Jeremy: Love you guys. We'll be seeing you soon, man.
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  • Jim: But this is going to be really interesting in the middle
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  • of this time when they're really trying to press towards unity
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  • together as a band.
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  • Jeremy: Hey buddy, I'm out. Joe: All right, Bubba.
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  • Jeremy: Good seeing you, bro, yep.
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  • See you guys.
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  • See you, bud.
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  • What's up, buddy, we'll see you, man.
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  • Dude. I'm out.
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  • All right, appreciate that you guys let me get out.
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  • male: Yeah, absolutely, man.
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  • Jeremy: See you soon, man.
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  • There's mixed emotions heading off the road right now.
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  • I haven't missed a ton of shows in the 20 years that we've been
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  • a band, but I know this is the right thing.
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  • I know that I'm serving the band well to be able to go home and
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  • finish the record, to work on the record, and also to serve my
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  • family by being there and having my studio at my home.
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  • I can--I can accomplish both so much better than I can being
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  • on the road.
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  • So, I know the Lord's going to honor this, and I look forward
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  • to seeing what he does with it.
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  • Kandice: Okay, baby girl.
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  • You did good passing out those packets, it is time to get ready
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  • for bed, my love.
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  • You ready?
  • 00:25:04.270 --> 00:25:06.060
  • One of my favorite times each day is waiting for my boys and
  • 00:25:06.070 --> 00:25:10.250
  • Mike to come back on the bus because he'll come in with
  • 00:25:10.260 --> 00:25:14.070
  • stories and it's just--it's overwhelming to me that at their
  • 00:25:14.080 --> 00:25:17.110
  • ages of 10 and 12, they're experiencing people being healed
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  • in front of their own eyes.
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  • Mike: Come on, dudes, just climb in here.
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  • Ooh, it's cold out there.
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  • male: It's negative two right now.
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  • Mike: Negative two. Kandice: Oh my goodness.
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  • Mike: Mama, it is cold outside.
  • 00:25:34.020 --> 00:25:36.210
  • Traveling as a family on the road, man, one of the huge
  • 00:25:36.220 --> 00:25:39.100
  • benefits to me has just been including them in what God is
  • 00:25:39.110 --> 00:25:45.110
  • doing on the road.
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  • To see my boys, man, come down to the front and get to pray
  • 00:25:46.240 --> 00:25:51.060
  • over people, man, and seeing them before the show, praying
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  • over the room, and just kind of to see what that does in them as
  • 00:25:54.280 --> 00:26:00.180
  • they feel included in that.
  • 00:26:00.190 --> 00:26:02.090
  • It's kind of a smaller night in people.
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  • male: Yeah, but we did good for the amount of people 'cause
  • 00:26:04.240 --> 00:26:06.210
  • it was like--
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  • Mike: That's great, man.
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  • male: Twenty plus.
  • 00:26:09.170 --> 00:26:10.290
  • Like yeah, it was 20 including iPads.
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  • Mike: Dude, that's 20 more kids that are sponsored, man.
  • 00:26:12.110 --> 00:26:14.280
  • That's awesome, dude.
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  • Jay: Yeah, the idea of them seeing Jesus work every
  • 00:26:16.100 --> 00:26:19.160
  • night is amazing.
  • 00:26:19.170 --> 00:26:21.010
  • Like one of my favorite things is to have--there's been a few
  • 00:26:21.020 --> 00:26:24.100
  • occasions we got to pray together as a whole family
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  • for people.
  • 00:26:27.020 --> 00:26:28.170
  • And it was just amazing to look down there and see, you know,
  • 00:26:28.180 --> 00:26:32.160
  • your daughter standing behind a woman, praying for her back or
  • 00:26:32.170 --> 00:26:35.120
  • whatever's going on, Nathan praying over some lady's feet,
  • 00:26:35.130 --> 00:26:39.010
  • you know?
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  • Emily: We've been through some tough stuff.
  • 00:26:40.180 --> 00:26:43.170
  • Just to see them not mad with God and wanting for others to
  • 00:26:43.180 --> 00:26:49.110
  • know him is the best.
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  • When the light comes, darkness runs away.
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  • And only what lives in the light can stay.
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  • When the light comes, nothing left to hide.
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  • So, come out of the darkness
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  • and turn on the light.
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