Come blow your horn.
Pffft. Buzz your lips. Blow into a conch (konk) shell. You can win a prize.
Dr. C. has a shell with holes like a flute. Ms. W. made a loud blast on her shell.
Pray: Thank God for shells and other instruments. It is a joy to praise God with music.
Read More: A Conch Shell Blowing Contest is held every year in Key West, Florida. The contest began in 1972. Dr. Brian Cardis is from Macon, Georgia. He pinches his lips like he is blowing a trumpet. He played a song on his pink-lined shell and won the men’s contest. Ms. Carol Whiteley is from Ontario, Canada. She made a long blast on her shell and won the women’s contest. She blows her shell while watching sunsets.
“With trumpets and the sound of the horn make a joyful noise before the King, the Lord!” (Psalm 98:6)