Ā©2019 Christy Nockels | All Rights Reserved.
Ep 20: Chris Tomlin
December 8, 2016 Christy Nockels

Welcome to the Glorious in the Mundane Podcast! Today I’m going to share around what it has been like to get to share some of these songs from The Thrill of Hope, live! I’ve been teary eyed as I’ve shared the stories and the songs and it has been equally as meaningful to get to speak to some of you out on the road after the concerts – of what these songs have meant to you! And…our special guest today is the one and only Chris Tomlin! Chris and I have been friends for 20 years now and so much life has happened in those years and its just fun for us to sit and reminisce! We’ll talk about what married life is like now for Chris and of course him becoming a father of two in the past 5 years. It has been a beautiful whirlwind to watch, let me tell you! I hope you enjoy hearing from someone whose songs have probably graced your car or your daily jog and got you communicating to a living God who loves you! Enjoy!

Check out Tomlin’s new record on iTunes

Sseko Designs – Team Linda

To Find out more about Linda’s Story- Check out this link!

Check out Sseko Designs and be apart of helping Linda be able to pay for college!

Check Out Sseko Designs

1 Comment

  1. Allison Antoine 3 years ago

    What fun hearing an episode with Chris Tomlin as I baked and frosted cookies for a cookie exchange tonight (mundane task that will turn into glorious! šŸ™‚ ). I appreciate hearing the “real” person in spite of the fame that comes with someone famous like Chris. I met him briefly in 2003 (I think!) at a festival in South Dakota but it was really fun to hear him share about things that I have learned and think about. It always makes me realize that God is on the move when things Chris talks about line up with what God reveals to me (namely his discussion about how marriage and parenting reveal your selfishness and your faults- all in a sanctifying way of course! šŸ™‚ ) And, of course, The Thrill of Hope is playing constantly in my home as a really timely reminder about how important the Hope we have in Christ is. Almost two weeks ago, one of our beloved pastors died very, very suddenly. Last week, when the funeral and everything took place, my family and I were gone (actually in Nashville). It was hard being away from our church family at a very difficult time but I was able to process anew that there is Hope in the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus. Thanks for all you do!

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *