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Mouth of the South


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Quiet… Listen… There is a cry in the distance. A last scream of desperation. It’s the sound of this generation. The sinners, the outcasts, the rejects, the addicts, and the alcoholics, they are all dying and they’re reaching out for more. Tired of what the headlines tell them to do and who the tabloids tell them to be, and what the labels tell them to listen to, they march. In their rebellion they marched south, away from the stereotypes and away from all rules and regulations. They had good motives but they got lost in the mixup and their cause turned into a lust filled journey where their motivation was lost. They turned to anything that would satisfy no matter how long the high lasted it was all they wanted. But when high hopes and empty promises come to an end its time to start living for something real, something that will not fade, something that will never back down. That something is our God, Jesus Christ. The symbol of salvation hangs from our necks and urges us to press on. And now the time has come for this generation to stand up and take its place. Restart this march and reshape this world. There is a war out there and we are called to fight at the front lines, and take back this earth. We are the trumpets that begin the battle cries, we are the drum beat that initiates the march. We are the Mouth of the South.

Forget what you’ve heard, forget what you’ve seen. Mouth of the South is here to break the mold. With the goal of sharing the love we have in Jesus Christ and playing some rawnchy music while we are at it we are more determined than ever.



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