2012 was the second consecutive year that I had the opportunity to provide chiropractic care to the artists performing in Winter Jam. Winter Jam is Christian music’s largest annual tour, and I was glad for an opportunity to have a part in making the Greenville show a success. I arrived at the BI-LO Center at about 2:30 in the afternoon on Friday, February 10. I set up my chiropractic equipment in the Greenville Road Warriors weight room. Shortly after my arrival, a steady stream of artists and road crew made their way to my impromptu chiropractic office. The best part of Winter Jam 2012 was the spirit of ministry and service which was evident to me from the time I arrived back stage. There were multiple volunteer teams which played an essential part in allowing this concert to go on. Just like Winter Jam 2011, this concert played to a full house.
I had the opportunity to meet many new artists, and my daughter Katie was able to share some time with Dara MacLean and Kari Jobe. The group Building 429 was a great addition to the tour, and Skillet closed out the concert with an awe-inspiring pyrotechnic display.
I think the concert was best summed up by the lead singer of Building 429. Jason Roy said this about sharing God’s truth:
“We just have to focus on this moment. It’s time for us to value every second that we have and use it all for the glory of God.”
Article courtesy of Eastside Chiropractic in Taylors SC.