The Joshua Glynn memorial Foundation was created to preserve the memory and further the legacy of Joshua Glynn. Joshua was an amazing young man with a love for God, a passion for Music and a belief in the power of both to change lives one heart at a time. Joshua lost his life in a tragic car accident when he was 32 years old. This foundation seeks to honor Joshua for who he was, not for what could have been. We invite you to watch the video below to learn more about Joshua and the foundation.
People sometimes ask why there is an image of an eye in the foundation logo and why our music festival is called Glynnt. It all goes back to the photo at the top of the page which Joshua took of one of the young orphans he befriended on a mission trip to Africa.
In it, you can see a reflection of the photographer as well as the desperately poor slums in which the young boy with a spark in his eye spent his days. Josh felt that this photo captured something simple and profound about the power of being there as a friend for those who feel forgotten.
Josh talked about his desire to use his gift of music to share God’s love and bring hope, healing and joy to those in need. He said “If I ever do my own thing with this I’m going to call it Glynnt.”