Far From Home
In this book, the popular Christian artists of FFH share experiences from their lives on the road as well as devotional thoughts learned from those experiences. You know what it's like to be far from home, craving the...
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In this book, the popular Christian artists of FFH share experiences from their lives on the road as well as devotional thoughts learned from those experiences.
You know what it's like to be far from home, craving the warmth of those you love. You experience feelings and emotions that you don't normally feel when at home, surrounded by those who care. In this book, the popular Christian artists of FFH share experiences from their lives on the road as well as devotional thoughts learned from those experiences. Also included are "letters from the road"-prayers to our Heavenly Father, expressing struggles, hopes, longings, and challenges just like the ones you feel-and room for you to write your own "letters from the road" to God who eagerly anticipates your homecoming. Though the world we live in can feel strange, even hopeless at times, your loving Father offers acceptance, love, forgiveness, and understanding. So join FFH in this inspirational book that will help you feel closer to the Father who loves you unconditionally. You will never be the same. And although you may be far from home, you will feel closer than you ever dreamed you could.
Alternative vocal group FFH (Far from Home) comprised husband and wife Jeromy and Jennifer Deibler, Michael Boggs, and Brian Smith. Signing to Nashville's Essential Records, the group debuted in 1998 with Take Me As I Am. This album quickly pushed FFH into the limelight, earning the band two No. 1 hits, four Dove Award nominations, and Christian Research Report's Best New Artist of 1999. Found a Place, a stunning follow-up, was issued in spring 2000. I Want to be Like You, a piano driven album that incorporated string arrangements to liven up FFH's acoustic style, appeared a year later.
After spending the first ten years of their marriage sleeping in separate bunks with limited head room and raising a toddler on a tour bus, the Deiblers took some time off and journeyed to South Africa in 2006 to find some simplicity and reconnect as a family.
Jeromy Deibler was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2007 after he and Jennifer got back from Africa. The band returned in 2009 as a duo when members Jennifer and Jeromy Deibler released their independent album Wide Open Spaces.It was re-released in 2010 and followed up in 2011 by One Silent Night: An FFH Christmas.
Jeromy is a full time worship leader at Fellowship Bible Church in Franklin, Tennessee.