I live on the shores of beautiful Lake Cumberland, in Monticello, KY. and I like to spend time on the lake with my wife Kathy on our pontoon. I have been attempting to write some Christian songs now for about a year. The song " The long, slow, sad, goodbye " I wrote about my in-laws, My mother in-law has Alzheimers.
My wife and I attend Eagle Heights Church in Somerset, KY. If your ever in the area stop by services are on Sunday at 9:00 and 10:40 pm, I promise that you will be blessed by one of the best Pastors and one of the Best worship bands that you will ever hear. God Bless.
PS. All of the songs here were recorded in my bedroom using a tascam 4 track tape recorder, I use a fender strat, a fender 12 string, Epiphone Les Paul, Digitech pedal, crate amp,and berhinger mic.
Update: PRAISE THE LORD !!!!!!!!!
last night 02-15-09 our amazing Church voted to purchase property and a building to expand our celebrate recovery program "Oasis", this purchase will enable us to help un told numbers of people who are struggling with addictions and provide a Christ centered counseling program along with shelter for anyone who is in need or hurting.
Mark 2:17 (New International Version)
17.On hearing this, Jesus said to them, "It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners."
For more info on this exiting project visit www.eagleheightsonline.com
And I can't say it enough, PRAISE THE LORD !!!!!!!!!!!!