Amy Grant Lives and Loves the Seven Fs

Sunday nights around the Batz house are typically ‘family’ nights — pizza, homework and lifestyle TV.  It’s fun in a low-key sort of way…going slow one night a week so we can go fast again on Monday morning.

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Amy Grant loves the Seven Fs concept in Paul's new bookl

This past Sunday night was different — Faith, Family, Friends, Fun and Future on steroids.  My sister Heidi and her childhood friend Kris Tschetter hooked us up with Amy Grant tickets that included attending the Sound Check in the afternoon, and an on-stage, back stage tour by Amy herself.

Amy lives and breathes Seven Fs.  Her faith oozes through her gracious, strong, determined presence.  She’s fit as an Olympic swimmer, and she holds friends like Kris Tschetter very dear.  But it was her devotion to family that lit up the room.  She raved about Skype technology that allowed her to literally watch her youngest daughter sing in a concert one night, and then play basketball the next night — her husband Vince Gill being the camera man on the other end.  And, she had her step daughter (Vince’s daughter) singing back up vocals in her amazing (Fantastic?) band.

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Anna (left) with Amy Grant and aunt Heidi, back stage

Anna Batz (age 15) was the biggest winner that night.  She’s an aspiring singer songwriter, and she got to meet one of the best…and see how she lives.  The dream included standing center stage — at Amy’s mic stand — at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis.  She paused to read thousands of famous signatures on the stage door, and dreamed about her own Future.

So today, Amy Grant has her very own, personalized copy of What Really Works: Blending the Seven Fs to Live the Life You Imagine.  She said the Seven Fs remind her of the principles that her beloved grandfather taught her to live by…  With the gracious approval of a Seven Fs Rock Star, we hope you will be motivated to click here:  www.sevenfs.com and get the book to jump-start your Seven Fs journey.

And along the way, don’t forget to watch for Rock Star Anna Batz.

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Rock Star Anna on stage at Amy's mic, Orpheum Theatre, Minneapolis

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1 Comment

  1. Terry Esau on March 9, 2011 at 7:26 pm

    Paul,
    Remind me to tell you my Amy Grant story someday. (Too long to tell here.) I hired her to sing on a Target Christmas campaign one year and had a very interesting moment in the recording studio with her. I was just talking with Brown Bannister, her producer, and we relived that story.
    Terry



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