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My first ever Christian rock concert was the taping of the Sheep In Wolves Cloghing video at Heritage USA. I was against Christian rock until I attended this concert and bought the tape. I was changed from that day forward. I loved Mylon's energy, encouragement, and heart-felt call to salvation delivered at every concert.
 
Jeff
St. Louis. MO
 


We do a Security for the Sonshine music festival in Willmar, Mn and had seen Mylon Perform there a lot. I made the mistake of asking him for an autograph backstage, not knowing his no signing policy. He Said "I'm not a performer, Man, I'm a Minister". After being embarrassed, I thought that was an awesome statement.

Randy in Savage MN
 


I was a sheltered preacherís kid and thought you could never be that cool and actually be a Christian. Mylon taught me that I could be myself, long hair and all, and still love Jesus. Don't get me wrong I was not a rebellious kid I just thought that you had to look a certain way and have a 25pd bible to be a Christian. Then when I would go to Mylon's concerts I could just feel the love of a Living God. That is what being a Christian is all about. I wanted to know Jesus. So I asked Him into my heart at Mylonís concert in Ft. Myers, Fl in 1988. Thank you Mylon for all the times I know you were tired and felt like stopping. You kept going and because of your sacrifice I found the Lord and my life has never been the same. Thanks,

Of all of the Mylon and Broken Heart songs recorded...I feel the presence of the Lord every time I here More. Still, after all these years it ushers in the Glory of our God.

Ray Kilgore
Mobile, Alabama


 


I was 12 years old and Mylon was my favorite singer. We went to the concert and it started snowing really bad so we had to get a hotel room in Rio Grande. We ended up staying in the same hotel as they were in,and my dad ran into Mylon at the pop machine. I have been A diabetic since I was 3 and my dad told Mylon and told him how much I loved their music. Mylon came back to the hotel room with my dad and prayed for me for the diabetes. He is A very special person and I will never forget meeting him. After that we all got back stage passes and autographs from the band. They were all special people .

Brandy Wickline
Racine, Ohio
 

When I saw Mylon the first time in 1984 it really impacted my life. I went through some of the same struggles with drugs, etc that he did and I felt a bond with him altough I never have talked with him. He shared that night about the things that he did and has been through and I said to myself that God was really going to use this man for the kingdom and he has. Thanks for doing this website.

Anonymous
 


Well, not so much a story or memory, as each time I saw him and Broken Heart was SUCH a great memory, but I'm just thrilled that Mylon is actually a close friend of my family now. He and my father, who is a Pastor, are very close friends and it is a dream come true to be able talk with him freely and get to know him as he was my BIGGEST hero growing up. He is why I'm a Christian musician and songwriter. He and Christi (as I'm sure you know) are truly wonderful people.

Lorne Burrell
Acworth, GA

 

The last time I saw Mylon & Broken Heart was at Six Flags In Texas just before they ended the group.It was the first time I heard the song "Secret Place" and it was like everything all around the park stopped and it was totally focused on worshipping God. It will be something I'll will remember for the rest of my life!

Dwane Doner
Mena, Arkansas

 

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