While their 15-year musical career may be coming to a close, award-winning rock quartet Audio Adrenaline are opening up a new chapter for the band, with the group scheduled to release their first book this fall about their journey in establishing the Hands and Feet orphanage in Haiti.
Written as a travelogue-style journal, Hands and Feet features entries from members of Audio A, Drex and Joe Stuart (Audio Adrenaline front man Mark Stuart’s parents who lead the project in Haiti), and students whose lives were inspired and changed upon visiting and serving the Lord in one of the poorest nations in the world.
"We started the project to provide a place for orphaned children in Haiti to receive a roof over their heads and plenty of food as well as to come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ as their savior," says Mark Stuart. "It’s also a place where people from the States can come and see what it is to serve and be the hands and feet of Jesus to the people of Haiti."
Hands and Feet is scheduled to be released on Regal Books on Sept. 5, about a month after the group will release their final musical recording, Adios: The Greatest Hits, which will be available on Aug. 1. For more information about Audio A, visit www.AudioA.com.