I remember a real young Timothy sitting on a hill. We weren't married yet; we were getting married, I think, in approximately two months. And it was back in April of '72, and we were sitting on this hill, in this wooded area outside of a log cabin. And he said, "Honey, I've got to tell you something; I have to tell you this." And I was...I was crocheting, and I would say, "A-ha, yes...yes, dear." He goes: "I've got to share this vision with you - people may say I'm crazy, you might think I'm crazy...but I believe that God told me something." Said, "I believe that God has told me that we're going to be a rock band, and we're going to play music just like the world, but we're gonna sing about Jesus Christ...and we're gonna go all over the world, we're gonna make many, many albums, and we're gonna see hundreds of young people snatched from the fires of Hell." He also told me...he said that many people were going to misunderstand, they were going to think that what we were doing was evil, and sometimes we would feel under fire for the kind of music and the sort of ministry that we stood for, but that we were not to worry because God had ordained it, and he had spoken to us. ...And that's what my young Timothy said to me on that hill, back in '72.