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7 Fun Facts About “Mike Main & The Branches”

Nate + Shannon both love to cook, and are known to tag team a delicious brunch menu. 

They had their entire van, which was filled with all of their gear and personal belongings, was stolen at the Alamo while on tour in 2012. 

Shannon is known to make delectable baked goods and be an amazing photographer in her free time. 

5. Mike + Shannon tied the knot in 2012. (Sorry, ladies and gents!)

6. Don’t worry, Nate is still single (ladieeees?). 

Mike grew up on a dairy farm, and knows far too much about cows and soil.

They all love Harry Potter. A lot. It might be an obsession. 

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This has been my rock. My reminder.

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This has been my rock. My reminder.

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It’s interesting that the last thing Jesus said on the cross was “it is finished.” It certainly looked like the end. It looked like it was over. But I believe that wasn’t just a statement of fact; it was a statement of faith. He was saying to His Father, “I’ve done My part. I’ve fulfilled My destiny. Now I’ve got total trust and confidence in You that You are going to finish what You started.” Even though it looked like the end, in reality, it was only the beginning.
When it looks dark in your own life and things aren’t going your way, dare to make that declaration of faith just like Jesus. “It is finished.” What you’re really saying is “God, I know You are going to turn this situation around. I know You are going to heal my body. I know You are going to restore my family. I know You are going to give me the breaks that I need.” Don’t go around complaining. Speak victory over your circumstances. Trust that He is faithful and that He will complete what He’s started in you!

spiritualinspiration:

It’s interesting that the last thing Jesus said on the cross was “it is finished.” It certainly looked like the end. It looked like it was over. But I believe that wasn’t just a statement of fact; it was a statement of faith. He was saying to His Father, “I’ve done My part. I’ve fulfilled My destiny. Now I’ve got total trust and confidence in You that You are going to finish what You started.” Even though it looked like the end, in reality, it was only the beginning.

When it looks dark in your own life and things aren’t going your way, dare to make that declaration of faith just like Jesus. “It is finished.” What you’re really saying is “God, I know You are going to turn this situation around. I know You are going to heal my body. I know You are going to restore my family. I know You are going to give me the breaks that I need.” Don’t go around complaining. Speak victory over your circumstances. Trust that He is faithful and that He will complete what He’s started in you!

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"When I consider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, the moon and the stars, which You have set in place, what is mankind that You are mindful of them, human beings that You care for them?"
Psalm 8:3-4 (NIV)

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