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In my opinion, you can’t listen to this music without feeling closer to the Lord. It will change you!

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Daily Provision

I’ll admit though, there are days when the magical orange sky never appears.   Those are days when I find it difficult to focus on my quiet time, Bible reading and/or devotional book.  Those days, everything is foggy and I wonder, “Does this even count anymore?”

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Concert Reviews

Keep up with Lynn as she attends various events in SGM.

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Chocolate Cones, Palm Trees and Gospel Music

Have you ever noticed that when we talk about events, we never say we’re looking forward to the end of an event, but the beginning? Times of beginning stir up anticipation and excitement. And if you’re a Gospel Music fan experiencing a bit of cabin fever, then maybe you’ve felt that kind of anticipation about…

Last Stop…Nashville!

Two weeks ago, the Gospel Music Hymn Sing went on their Fall Tour and I was thrilled that one of the dates was in Nashville. I don’t know about y’all, but when the tour comes within driving distance, it spells road trip! And I couldn’t think of a better reason to hit the road than…

NQC | Sunday Night

“There’s nothing like Eastern Tennessee hospitality,” said Gerald Wolfe at last night’s bonus concert. And it’s true, from the moment you drive into Pigeon Forge and see the Great Smoky Mountains towering above the town, you feel like you’ve come home. For fans of Southern Gospel Music, it is home. Home to the industry’s largest…


Gospel Weekly | January 26-February 1, 2020

Just got back from a wonderful week of cruising on Thursday and caught up on these big announcements that happened over the week!…read below for all the details! – Lynn Eli Fortner (The McKameys) proposed to his girlfriend, Alexia, on Sunday…and she said yes! Congratulations, Eli and Alexia! Blake Buffin, former tenor singer for the…

Gospel Weekly | November 18-23, 2019

Here are some news items from the week! ~ Lynn Tuesday, Abraham Productions announced another addition to the API Board of Directors! Brian Free (Brian Free & Assurance) will be joining the team. Congratulations, Brian! Also, Sirius/XM has announced they are bringing Enlighten back to channel 65 at 3am (Eastern) on December 6th…three weeks earlier…

Gospel Weekly | November 11-16, 2019

I enjoyed a wonderful time at Great Smokies Praisefest with Greater Vision in Sevierville, Tennessee this week. (Reviews coming soon!) Until then, here are a few news items from the week! ~ Lynn  Monday evening, Lauren Talley joined Rick Cameron in doing play-by-play commentary for the Mercer men’s basketball game. She also sang the national…


Gatlinburg Skybridge

Gatlinburg, Tennessee draws visitors from all over the world and is known as the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Due to my job, I go to the area multiple times a year and with plenty of hiking, food and sightseeing opportunities; I never get bored when I’m in town. This year, my…

Prague – Food At The Christmas Markets

You may be wondering, “Why go to a restaurant when I can eat on Old Town Square at the markets?” Well, if you’re visiting Prague during Christmas, you’ll certainly find enough in the square to try! Here are a few of the things I had at Old Town Square and the other Christmas markets throughout…

Prague – A Walk Along The River

So often, when we walked through the streets of Prague and talked about where we would go next, we’d almost always end up at Charles Bridge at some point in the day. Besides Old Town Square, Charles Bridge is the most tourist populated area of Prague, and with good reason. Following underneath Charles Bridge is…


The Piano Teacher – Kristie Self

The Piano Teacher is a debut novel that is a must read for fans of Historical Fiction. Set in England with a Downton Abbey feel, the mystery, music and cast of characters will weave their way into your heart, forever leaving their mark. From London to Roderick Glen in the countryside, this Victorian Era novel…

To Dwell Among Cedars – Connilyn Cossette

You know what Connilyn Cossette should have been? A poet.  Every line of her stories are so beautiful, you forget you’re reading fiction. That’s how I felt when I read my very first Cossette novel, “Counted With The Stars” and that’s how I felt when I closed the final page of “To Dwell Among Cedars.”…

Author Question and Answer with Connilyn Cossette

Today, one of my favorite Biblical Fiction authors, Connilyn Cossette, launched a new book called “To Dwell Among Cedars.” So, if you heard any random, unusual squealing at some point today, that was probably me getting excited about this new novel! *wink* To get started, let me share a little about how I discovered Connilyn…