Porch Nights gather every third Thursday of the month at the Green Door Gourmet in Nashville. Watch this short message from our guest speaker, Al Andrews.
Update: February Porch Night registration has reached capacity.
March registration will open soon at christpres.org/porchnight
"The Stories We Live By"
"Every man has a story, but few men really know it. It’s a story that has a setting, characters, a unique plot, and twists and turns of both sorrow and joy. And that story influences the way you live and the way you act. The more you know and understand it, the more alive you become. Join us for an evening of taking a look at how to know your story and how it fits into the larger story that God is telling in this world."
Al Andrews is the founder and executive director of Porter’s Call, a non-profit in Franklin that has offered free counsel, support, and encouragement to recording artists since 2001. A 1976 graduate of the University of North Carolina, he is a life-long Tar Heel fan. Al is the co-author of The Silence of Adam, author of an illustrated children’s book, The Boy, the Kite and the Wind and A Walk One Winter Night – Worthy Publishing.
Al loves Southern writers (particularly Wendell Berry and Pat Conroy), is quite partial to chicken wings, and loves live music and theater. He lives in Nashville, TN with his wife of 28 years, Nita and has two college age sons.
His claim to fame is that he is mentioned in a footnote on page 51 of the best-selling book, Wild At Heart.
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