"There's No Place Like Home" 

Dorothy's famous words, from "The Wizard of Oz", still prove to be true. As, I mentioned in the last blog, the tour was amazing. The services, people, the southern hospitality, and even the food was wonderful. We were truly blessed beyond words. However, there really is no place like home. I love to travel, to meet new people, see new sites, and even try new foods, but my heart will always belong to Kentucky!

We began revival at our home church on Easter Sunday Morning, with Bro. Glen Wilson, and we are…

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"Hard Day's Night" 

If you have been reading the blog, then you know that we began a two week tour, last Wednesday! Our first stop was in Pigeon Forge, TN for the annual NACMAI competition. Jason entered the male vocalist category, singing his new songs, "Mother Please Forgive Me", and "Promise of a Pardon". I am so proud of him. First, and foremost, he stayed true to God, and himself, in this competition, and I am so happy to say; he won 2016 Male Vocalist of the Year!

We are now in the middle of our second location…

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"On the Road Again", Again, and Again 

We have been telling you guys for a few weeks about the upcoming tour. Well the time has finally come. We are in Pigeon Forge, Tn., and Jason will be competing in the North America Country Music Association International, competition in just a few short hours. The competition has been going on all week, and features artists from all genres: Country Gospel, Bluegrass, Traditional Country, etc. The Competition, will end tomorrow, with an awards show on Sunday afternoon.

We will be heading to Talladega, Al…

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Mother Please Forgive Me 

If you keep track of the website, you have probably noticed that I haven't written anything for a couple of weeks. Things have been a little crazy at our house, to say the least. As most of you know, " Mother Please Forgive Me", is the title of one of Jason's songs. As I was listening to that song this morning, I was reminded of the times in my life, when I have disappointed my parents, and needed their forgiveness; and they have always been faithful to do so. However, it brought about another thought of…

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