I am actually Meghan's Mom,Kristin, but I just wanted to let the girls know how impressed I was to see three young and beautiful gals, use their talent to touch the heart of our youth in such a Godly way. In today's fallen society, children are exposed to a weak and faithless culture in TV, movies, media and even their "friends" at school. However, I have seen a change over the last few years. Perhaps it is because I am a mother of a seven year old, or perhaps I am hopeful, or both...but our church is filled with children and teens who love our Lord.
Continue on with your work. Stand tall in your principled foundation and you will continue to be blessed. Your family is in our prayers and your music is in Meghan's MP3, our car, our house.....you get the picture ;) Thank you!
I'm a child of God and hope to help others in need of Him!
I am 18 years old and I am currently a senior in high school.
I love BarlowGirl and my youth group introduced me to them!
"This is war" and I have picked my side.
I want to encourage others to pick the right side!
I am 13 and have loved BarlowGirl for forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have "BarlowGirl"," Another Journal Entry", "How Can We Be Silent", and "Home For Christmas". I can't wait to get Love & War!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am homeschooled, technically a only child with dreams of becomimg a musician, shareing music that will honor and glorify God!! But if He calls me from that dream to another one, i will try my best to cooperate.
I like to make random sounds that aparently embarres people....i do random things that people may think are strange...
i say random things that people think are funny or stupid...then get a strange look for it....
This is how i am: like it, love it or hate it....i wont change to make someone happy...they must take me as i am.....
i love music like barlowgirl. I hope to be like them in what they do and in how much they love the lord. I absolutley love watching their podcasts on youtube because they are so hilarious and random!
Submitted by los54651 on Sat, 12/12/2009 - 11:02am
On November 20, 2009 I under went a very scary brain surgery to correct a birth defect I had. It was a brain malformation called Chiari. I have to admit that this whole ordeal pressed my limits when it came to my faith. I went days and nights in so much pain from the malformation. And spending days upon end in and out of hospitals. The first surgery was non successful. My brain was leaking massive amounts of spinal fluid and such so they placed in a spinal lumbar hoping to control the leakage. Then on my third night in the hospital, I coded. It was the scariest thing I think I've ever gone through. When I came back all I could think about was how I had so much left in life todo and accomplish. They rushed me to ICU and I stayed there for three days before they realized that my spinal lumbar had fallen out and because of that I had contracted meningtis. They rushed me back in to the OR where they tried to pacth the leakage.
I'm a mom of 2 girls (Emma almost 13 & Tarah 10). We saw your concert at Wooster Grace on Dec.4th. It was AWESOME! My girls were so impressed by your genuine spirits and sisterly banter. We all enjoyed your testimonies very much. My girls are at a very impressionable age, and you helped me show them that girls can be fun, beautiful, pure and christians! Thank you so much! Keep up the great work! May God bless you all & your wonderful parents who brought you up knowing The Almighty.