8th Anniversary & Radio Finale - Episode #365

November 11th, 2016
8th Anniversary & Radio Finale - Episode #365

This is our final radio show in this chapter of our ministry & also our 8th anniversary episode. Dave Trout, artists, and listeners celebrate how God has used this ministry. Plus some iconic hand-picked songs from our 8-year archives, like Andrew Peterson, The Vespers, Julie Lee, & Eric Peters.

Songs Played in This Episode (10)
  • Harvest
    on The Wilderness
    by K. S. Rhoads
  • A New City
    on In the City
    by Melanie Penn
  • Lay Me Down
    on The Far Country
    by Andrew Peterson
  • White Man
    on Ancient Skies
    by Michael Gungor Band
  • Reality Came Crashing Down [LIVE]
    on Chrome
    by Eric Peters
  • Forgive Yourself
    on Will There Be A Morning
    by Julie Lee
  • I Am the Deep Blue Sea
    on We Both Was Young
    by Mark Mathis
  • Got No Friends
    on The Fourth Wall
    by The Vespers
  • Stand Out
    on Troubled Days
    by Seabird
  • Revive Me
    on Great Big Universe
    by Satellite Soul

Producer Notes:

I am so thankful for this moment. This show almost ended without warning in 2014, but it's an entirely different feeling to end this chapter on our own terms. And there are all the things we are looking forward to in our future chapters of ministry.  Plus amazing people who brought us to where we are today:  my family, our financial supporters, the Board of Directors, the artist community, our volunteers & interns, and our recent Kickstarter backers. My heart is overflowing with gratitude.  If you have been a part of our community over the last 8 years, THANK YOU!  A few months ago, shortly after 11.11.16 was chosen as the date of our final radio show, I decided that I would hand-pick songs out of the UTR archives that were important as part of our history. Some picks like Andrew Peterson, The Vespers, Julie Lee, and Sir Eric Peters will surprise no one. But some might be surprised that songs by Mark Mathis, K.S. Rhoads, and Seabird made my list.  Plus some artists and community members make special appearances as we celebrate how God has impacted many lives through this ministry.  All-in-all, I think this is a fitting way to end our radio era.  ** Last chance to give to our Kickstarter Campaign (ends on 11/15)!  (Dave) 

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