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5/3/04 - Tyler

"Audio Adrenaline" Brings Music and Message

A concert with a religious message Monday night at The Oil Palace in Tyler. Grammy Award winning rock gospel band Audio Adrenaline performed for over 1,000 local teens. They lined up before the event began for a chance to see the band and receive the message of sexual purity.
It was part of the Pure Excitement Tour, promoting abstinence.
For many the event reflected a personal choice. "Well, I've made the commitment to stay abstinent until I'm married," says teenager Sarah Wyatt. "It's just a commitment I made to myself and God and my future husband that I'm not going to have sex."
National radio host Joe White was the speaker of the event, sponsored by Grace Community School.

Story by Maya Golden, mgolden@kltv.com

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