I’d like to raise a fond New Years toast to you, my friends: As we bid farewell to 2013, I’d like to thank everyone who made this our biggest year so far. I was blessed this year to be able to continue, and be rewarded for, my work as a professional singer-songwriter, to begin sponsorship relationships with several wonderful companies, and to be able to continue my work with the hand and limb difference community. My hopes are high, and I hope yours are, too, that the New Year will be even better than the last. May God bless you and may he bless 2014.
Thank you for your patience with news and calendar updates! Indeed, MUCH has happened since my last news post in October. Lesleigh and I are settled in, in Nashville and loving the city so far!
I’ve been battling a tech error with my website in which I was unable to update the news feed. The issue shouldn’t persist, but please consider “liking” me on Facebook, and following me on Twitter, and Instagram. I’d love to keep you all posted on everything that’s going on in the world of Memmel.
I’m thrilled to announce that tonymemmel.com will be undergoing a significant overhaul in the weeks ahead that will make the site more functional and (I hope) fun for you to visit. I’m excited to share these changes with you.
I just posted a BRAND NEW BLOG about my experience at the Western North Dakota Lutheran Youth Organization Gathering where I was a guest speaker/presenter for three days. Check it out by CLICKING HERE!!
I’m very excited to be a guest speaker/performer at this event — Join young people in grades 9-12 from around Western North Dakota for the 2013 WND Synod LYO Gathering in Minot. Come spend 3 days, 2 nights together having fun, serving the community, worshiping God and growing in faith. No matter who we are, we each hunger for something. At the same time, God has gifted us abundantly and calls us to share these gifts with our brothers and sisters next door and around the globe. This LYO Gathering will have a unique focus. We’ll join with ELCA World Hunger to explore how we can make a real difference in the world around us.