Travel with me into the homes, barns, and studios of your favorite country and Christian music artists, authors and friends – hear their amazing stories of faith!   ~Terry Squires

This Week’s Featured Episode

Jaime Jamgochian

A classically trained pianist and vocalist, Jaime Jamgochian has been a beloved voice in Christian music for nearly two decades. Known for her hope-filled anthems that point listeners towards their value and purpose in Christ, she overcame a debilitating battle with Lyme disease a few years ago. It was a hard season for Jaime, and at times she wondered if the Lord was ready to call her home. This is her story. This Is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Season 6

Linda Davis

Grammy-award winning country music artist, Linda Davis, began to catch the attention of the country music world due to her unique ability to interpret a song – one being superstar Reba McEntire. Together they recorded their duet, Does He Love You, that went on to become a #1 hit earning both artists several awards including a Grammy for Best Country Vocal Collaboration. Today, she is winning Grammy awards with her family, husband Lang Scott, and daughters Hillary Scott (of Lady A) and Rylee Scott, releasing their 2-time GRAMMY-winning album, Hillary Scott & The Scott Family – Love Remains. This Is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

T Graham Brown

The newest inductee of the Grand Ole Opry, T. Graham Brown began his musical journey in 1973 while attending the University of Georgia in his hometown of Athens. After moving to Nashville in 1982, the Grammy nominated, CMA Award, songwriter took country music by storm. Today, the soulful voice of T Graham Brown has been heard all over the country music airwaves. He’s been entertaining his fans with his bluesy hits I Tell It Like It Used To Be and his first number one song, Hell And High Water, But God had to slow him down to work out a few of his own high water challenges. This is his story. This Is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Rebecca Nichols Alonzo

New York bestselling author, speaker Rebecca Alonzo never felt safe as a child. In 1969, her father, Robert Nichols, moved to Sellerstown, North Carolina, to serve as a pastor. There he found a small community eager to welcome him―with one exception. Glaring at him from pew number seven was a man obsessed with controlling the church. Determined to get rid of anyone who stood in his way, he unleashed a plan of terror that was more devastating and violent than the Nichols family could have ever imagined. This is her story. This Is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Stacey Scott

Basketball player, life coach, founder of Never Alone Ministry and husband of Nicole C. Mullin, Stacey Scott, had a great life growing up with friends and growing up with his God-given natural talents in sports. But with his talents, came a sense of entitlement and lack of trust with people that led him down a road of poor decisions. Then a roommate invited him to a Bible study that changed him forever. Years later, there was a car accident, that almost took his life. This is his story. This Is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Katie Farrell

Founder and the face of Dashing Dish, Katie Farrell’s healthy lifestyle website and cooking television show is designed to nourish readers’ minds, body and souls. A registered nurse, author, blogger, healthy lifestyle advocate, and mother, Katie launched Dashing Dish to teach women across the across the country to end misconception about healthy eating. This was the result of her own personal struggle in her younger years. Bulimia. This is her story. This Is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Johnathan Bond

Evangelist, gospel music artist songwriter, multi-award dove nominee Johnathan Bond has been serving GOD in full-time ministry since 1995. Prior to that time, Johnathan while driving on rain slick roads, an 18-wheeler pulled into his lane and forced him into oncoming traffic where his car was hit so hard by two different vehicles that his seat belt was ripped in half. The next thing he remember was lying on a wet road and people were standing over me trying to find a pulse. After a few minutes of CPR, the paramedics said, “We can’t do anything for him. He’s dead.” In his heart, Johnathan pleaded, “Lord, if You will save me and let me live, I’ll live for You.” This is his story.  This Is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Jaime Jamgochian

A classically trained pianist and vocalist, Jaime Jamgochian has been a beloved voice in Christian music for nearly two decades. Known for her hope-filled anthems that point listeners towards their value and purpose in Christ, she overcame a debilitating battle with Lyme disease a few years ago. It was a hard season for Jaime, and at times she wondered if the Lord was ready to call her home. This is her story.  This Is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Season 5 

Jimmy Fortune

Tenor, Jimmy Fortune toured, sang and performed with the legendary Statler Brothers for 21 years. He is member of the Gospel Hall and the Country Music Hall of Fame and has entertained millions around the world. Today, God continues taking him down new paths, surviving a quintuple bypass surgery and sharing his newest albums, God & Country and Brothers of the Heart. This is his story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Lily Isaacs

Lily Isaacs is the matriarch of the grammy nominated and multiple award-winning Bluegrass, country Christian music group, the Isaacs. She started her journey, not as Christian, but as a young Jewish girl living in the Bronx. The horror of her parents’ ordeals surviving of the Holocaust and the Nazi murders of her other family members led her to her personal relationship with Jesus. This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Barbara Fairchild

Faith is the foundation and the most important aspect of her life. Country and gospel music artist, Barbara Fairchild has entertained millions with her vibrant personality, beautiful voice, love for humor and storytelling. She’s been nominated twice for the prestigious Grammy Award; one for her #1 Country hit, The Teddy Bear Song, and Lullaby for Teddy. Along with sharing Jesus, her passion and commitment to work for veteran causes has awarded her the title she treasures, “The Veteran’s Sweetheart.” This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Seth & Nirva Ready

While Seth & Nirva Ready began their journeys in different musical circles, Nirva with TobyMac and Seth with Kirk Franklin, it wasn’t long before their paths began to cross. And since then, the beloved husband and wife have been on a mission with their new music, One Voice to call us back to a unity that is founded in Christ and in biblical principles, rather than in the latest waves of political correctness. Instead of the divisions our society is experiencing, they hope to point people in the only direction where real solutions can be found—the way of Christ. This is their story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Chris Golden

Born into a rich musical legacy, singer, producer, multi-instrumentalist, Chris Golden, son of Oak Ridge Boys – William Lee Golden, began his musical career almost as soon as he could walk. Despite Number one hits, Entertainer of the year awards, playing for six living presidents and performing around the world, Chris understands who he serves – Jesus. After being approached one night by whom Chris calls an angel, he was told to quit playing for the ones who pay your check, but the ONE who gave him his gift. Today, he seeks to help others to forget about life’s trials through his music and give a dose of hope, and love. This is his story. This Is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Becky Isaacs Bowman

Known for their unique style that blends tight family harmony with their acoustic instruments, Grand Ole Opry members, the Isaacs – Lily, Ben, Sonya and Becky have encouraged millions through their own trials, faith, and music. For Becky, the past year has been a whirlwind – surviving an automobile accident that took her off the stage to starting her solo project with her song that pulled her through the tough times that hit #4 on the Billboard Bluegrass Chart. This is her story.  This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Lee Newton

Beautiful singer-songwriter, Lee Newton came from humble beginnings. Having seen her share of hard times growing up in Canton, North Carolina, she started singing in church when she was five years old. Her love of music grew as a child when her Daddy, a cabdriver, played country classics like Hank Williams, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette and Patsy Cline around the house and while she rode around town with him in his taxi going on calls. Today, Her soulful voice, heartfelt lyrics and faith have touched the hearts of audiences across the world. And it was all in God’s timing. This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Bobby Marquez

Nicknamed Smilin’ Bob, singer, songwriter, Bobby Marquez, is reaching crowds far and wide on radio, television and tours across the U.S., Australia and Ireland, earning Grammy nominations, CMA of Texas awards, and many top ten on music charts. While on the road one evening, he received a call from his wife that would test his faith. At the age of 40 Bobby was told a secret – he was adopted. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Makenzie Phipps

A small-town girl raised in beautiful Bluefield Virginia, Makenzie Phipps is making her music dreams come true by performing on stages everywhere, from local honky tonks to the Grand Ole Opry. Growing up in church, Makenzie is using her music, faith and compassion to bring awareness to something she holds close to her heart – Alzheimers. This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Bobby Hayden Jr. 

From LA to a cardboard box home to Nashville, former MTV rock star, Bobby Hayden Jr. has played with the likes of Heart, Paul Revere and the Raiders, and Ozzy Osbourne. He lived the rock ‘n’ roll dream, and it nearly cost him his life – living homeless in a cardboard box. But then he met Jesus and his mission today is the Cardboard Box Ministry. This is his story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Nathan Sheridan

After being born to parents dealing with addiction, Nathan Sheridan and his sister – Sara – were raised by their grandparents in Louisiana. At a young age, Sara, was diagnosed with brain cancer and passed away shortly after. Not knowing where to turn, he enlisted in the U.S. Army at 17, where he was serving in the states and overseas for the next 6 years. It was during this time that he started using music to share his faith and his powerful testimony. This is his story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Kristi Overton Johnson

In her thirty-five-year water ski career, World champion Kristi Overton Johnson fell every day. Yet in the midst of her falls and failures, she became one of the most decorated women water skiers of all times, holding the world record in women’s slalom from 1992-2010 and accumulating over 80 professional world titles. In 2013, God used a simple visit with an incarcerated friend to open Kristi’s eyes to the hopelessness of life behind bars and the need for imprisoned men and women to know the God of second chances. Since them, Kristi and her ministry have been committed to being a voice of hope to inmates across the United States. To date, over one million incarcerated souls have been impacted! This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Season 4 

Bill Anderson

Whispering Bill, a nickname given to music artist, songwriter, Bill Anderson years ago as a result of his warm, soft approach to singing a country song over sixty years. He has captured the attention of millions of country music fans around the world, en route to becoming a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, Grand Ole Opry, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and one of the most popular, most enduring entertainers of our time. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Kathy Troccoli

Beautiful, gifted singer, songwriter, speaker, author, Kathy Troccoli, has served on the mission fields all over the to perform before millions for decades. Her numerous accolades include 24 recordings, 18 number-one radio hits, 2 Grammy nominations, 19 Dove Award nominations and 2 Dove Awards. Today, God is taking her down a new path – Songs & Sparks – the power of the song spoken with His Word to let His light shine through. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Ray Stevens

Comedy and music legend Ray Stevens has spanned multi-generations with 60 years of fabulous music, including his Grammy Award-winning classics “Everything Is Beautiful” and bluegrass masterpiece “Misty”, as well as comedic hits like the multi-million selling records “The Streak” and “Gitarzan”. And through it all, he gives the Lord glory.  This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Ryan Stevenson

Ryan Stevenson’s Dove Award-winning breakout hit “Eye of the Storm” was an overnight success, but his path to success was decades in the making. Ryan always knew he was called to be a musician, but career changes, failed label contracts, insecurities and his high-stress days working as a paramedic challenged his dream. Ryan describes the many ways his faith was tested—and how each trial helped him become more reliant on Christ. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Rabbi Jason Sobel

It started with an encounter. Raised in a Jewish home in New Jersey, Jason Sobel dedicated much of his life to finding truth. After years of seeking and studying, he encountered the Lord and found his true identity as a follower of Jesus. Today, he is reaching millions around the world as he unlocks life-changing scriptural truths that restore the lost connection between ancient Jewish wisdom and the New Testament with his books, The Road, The Rock and The Rabbi with Kathie Lee Gifford, The Mysteries of the Messiah, and many more. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Pastor Robert Morgan 

Pastor Robert J. Morgan served his congregation in Nashville, Tennessee for over 40 years. He is a best-selling author with more than 35 books in print and approximately 5 million copies in circulation in multiple languages. And in the midst of pastoring for his church and writing his books, he was the caregiver for his late wife of 43 years, Katrina, who battled multiple sclerosis and passed away in November of 2019. Today, he’s not slowing down. God has him on a new path. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Joey Canyon

Performing by the age of 11, Joey Canyon, country music singer-songwriter, performer, actor, and founder, CEO of Canyon Star Network, has graced the stage with his song and his video compilations alongside the likes of Hank Williams JR, George Strait, Lorrie Morgan, Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt, Reba MacIntire, Clint Black and Wynonna Judd. But there was a time in his life that he felt lost with no direction. And one day he made a decision that changed his life. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Miriam Webster Sobel

Even at the age of five, singer, songwriter, Miriam Webster, could sense the joy that came from the praise, worship and dancing. Born in Gilgandra, near Sydney, Australia, Miriam served as one of Hillsong Church’s main worship leaders and is featured on numerous Hillsong Music praise-and-worship albums. Songs like, `Made Me Glad’, `Dwelling Places’, `Exceeding Joy’, `Welcome in this Place’. Today, her life and music has moved her to America. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Paige King Johnson

In a quiet North Carolina town 22 miles south of Raleigh, as a young 9-year-old girl, Paige King Johnson spent her summers under the crepe myrtles imitating the styles of Loretta, Patsy, Waylon, and Merle. Inspired by her grandfather, Paige followed her dreams to the bright lights of Music City in 2015 and found her voice when she attended Belmont University in Nashville. Along with her music, God laid another passion on her heart. His land. This is her story.  This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Moody Molavi

Born in Iran to an Iranian father and an American mother, Moody Molavi found at an early age how to read the comedic moment in any situation. His family moved to the Southern U.S. in 1981, where Moody used his funny personality to escape multitudes of adverse moments in his young life – bullying. Today, he’s an award-winning comedian and is a tsunami on stage! His high-energy and animated story-telling mannerisms are unforgettable and his light shines bright for Jesus in a dark world. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Season 3

Chris & Rusty Golden – The Goldens

Chris and Rusty Golden are no strangers to the county music world. Sons of William Lee Golden, they grew up singing southern gospel music and had solo careers with some success. Today, they share their stories of faith, while joining their father in their new group, William Lee Golden and The Goldens. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Chonda Pierce

Emmy nominated and best -selling comedian, author, and actress Chonda Pierce has brought laughter to audiences around the world for decades. Even though she has cried many tears in her life, she continues to smile and share the message of Jesus. This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Les Taylor – Exile Band

Les Taylor, you know him as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist in the country pop band Exile, with hits like, Give Me One More Chance, Kiss you All over, and She’s a Miracle. He has appeared over 100 times on the Grand Ole Opry. And many years ago, Les made a choice that no matter what life would bring, he would praise the Lord’s name. This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

John Conlee

John Conlee is a member of the Grand Ole Opry with many number one hits like, Rose Colored Glasses. John has been singing and playing guitar since the age of 10, his emphasis has been to sings songs of everyday people. And he never misses an opportunity to share Jesus on the Opry stage. This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Lulu Roman

Lulu Roman was raised in a orphans home, became addicted to drugs and was a go go dancer in a strip club. The now born again, gospel music artist was also loved by millions in her role on the hit TV show Hee Haw.  This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Debbie Winans

Debbie Winans Lowe is the youngest sibling of the gospel music family, the Winans. Her passion for music coincides with her desire to see people truly impacted by the Gospel of Jesus. This is her journey.  This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

William Lee Golden – Part 2

William Lee Golden is one of the most recognized personalities in country and gospel music, having earned the highest accolades as a member of the legendary group, The Oak Ridge Boys. With over forty million records sold, The Oaks have had more than a dozen Number One singles, over thirty Top Ten hits, five Grammy Awards, four Country Music Awards, list goes on and on. But during his forties, William went through profound changes emotionally, spiritually and physically when he felt four walls closing in. This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Tim Atwood

Tim Atwood has played the Opry stage more that 8500 times with hit songs, Lets All Go Down to the River and I’ll Stand Up and Say So. Tim believes his gift is from God. This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Corey Layne

Corey Layne, a third generation musician, born and raised in the foothills of Cumberland Plateau in East Tennessee has desired to bring back “old style” country music back to life. But life hasn’t been easy for him. His new song, Bend or Break is all about his radical redemption. This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Allie Colleen

Allie Colleen is no stranger to the country music industry. The third daughter of Garth Brooks, Allie’ passion for singing and songwriting started at a young age giving her a reputation of being a extraordinary songwriter. She writes and sings about the layers of love and heartbreak that has shaped her life. This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Jamie & Greta Hicks

Jamie Hicks, a former Atlanta Braves minor league baseball catcher had it all until addiction took over his life. His wife had her own battle with breast cancer. Together the situation seemed impossible, but with God they learned that nothing is impossible. – This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Today’s Nashville – Season 2

William Lee Golden – Oak Ridge Boys – Part 1

William Lee Golden is one of the most recognized personalities in country and gospel music, having earned the highest accolades as a member of the legendary group, The Oak Ridge Boys. With over forty million records sold, The Oaks have had more than a dozen Number One singles, over thirty Top Ten hits, five Grammy Awards, four Country Music Awards, list goes on and on. But during his forties, William went through profound changes emotionally, spiritually and physically when he felt four walls closing in. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Larry Gatlin – Gatlin Brothers

By the age of seven, Grammy award winner Larry Gatlin, the oldest of the three Gatlin brothers, was already Joining younger brothers, Steve and Rudy in singing at family and church events. Little did he know that years later, known as the legendary Gatlin Brothers, they would tour the world performing their number one hits. Like his songs, he was on top of the world until his addiction took over. It wasn’t until a friend pulled him aside and told him, Larry, it’s time to turn the page. He did just that. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

T Graham Brown

The soulful voice of T Graham Brown has been heard all over the country music airwaves for decades. He’s been entertaining his fans with his bluesy hits I Tell It Like It Used To Be and his first number one song, Hell And High Water, But God had to slow him down to work out a few of his own high water challenges – This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Jennifer O’Neill

Born in Brazil, Jennifer O’Neill’s career first began when her family moved from Connecticut to New York City where she entered into modeling. From there she became an Internationally acclaimed model, actress, film and television star, producer, and author. But life hasn’t always been easy – and mistakes were made along the way. Learning to survive herself, Jennifer shares her journey from fallen to forgiven. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Keith & Emy Jo Bilbrey

A member of the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame, he has one of the most recognizable voices around the world. Keith Bilbrey was the announcer of the world-famous Grand Ole Opry for 35 years . When his historic Nashville home in which he and his wife Emy Joe lived burned to the ground, the common question among those who loved him was “What can we do to help Keith?” God had a plan to restore what had been lost. This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Darin & Brooke Aldridge

Darin and Brooke Aldridge are the new darlings of the Grand Ole Opry. Both are highly acclaimed vocalists in their own right, with Brooke being the 4-time reigning IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year. This sweetheart duo combines amazing harmonies creating an unmistakable sound that has made them one of the hottest acts in country and gospel music. Their new album, This Life We’re Livin’ celebrates God’s goodness. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Deborah Allen

Grammy nominated Deborah Allen, was sure that music was what she wanted, and as a teenager she just forged ahead. There was no Plan B in sight. Fortunately, after moving to Nashville, Plan A worked out in grand fashion – with hits like, Baby I Lied, I’ve Been Wrong Before, I Hurt For You, Rock Me, and many more. And it all started one day at IHop. One man changed the direction of her life. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Gary Chapman

Nashville’s contemporary Christian songwriter, music artist, and performer, Gary Chapman has received countless awards – number one singles, dove awards, grammy nominations, and several times named – male vocalists of the year. His passion for reaching the world with his songs of hope, faith and laughter has reached millions. But his life hasn’t always been a smooth ride. This is his story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Josh & Randa Jordan

As young children, both Josh and Randa grew up singing in church. Many years later they met, married, started a family, but never intended to sing and travel, but God had other plans for this talented family. After the death of Josh’s father, the family coped by singing around the piano. Their harmony and faith together have soared around the world and has led them through their amazing journey. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Jill Chambers

It all started at the age of 19 when author, speaker, singer, life coach, educator, and model, Jill Chambers married her husband Danny and traveled the world with their music ministry – Carry the Call. A founding pastor for twenty-two years, she has invested in the lives of thousands of people globally training them in leadership skills. Today, God is leading her down a new path. After being married for over 30 years to her husband, Danny, the Lord called him home and now she is called to carry the call without her love. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Helen Smallbone

The Smallbone family has inspired millions of people with their radical faith and the Grammy-winning musical talents of Rebecca St. James and for KING & COUNTRY (Joel & Luke Smallbone). Today, Helen Smallbone shares a behind- the-scenes view of their family life in her new book, Behind the Lights: The Extraordinary Adventure of a Mum and Her Family.  This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Today’s Nashville – Season 1

Randy Travis and his wife, Mary

He is one of the most beloved country music artists of all times, Randy Travis. He has sold over 25 million albums, a member of Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry. His life changed drastically when he encountered his near fatal stroke in 2013. But with the help of his beautiful wife, Mary, and rigorous physical therapy, Randy continues to change the world with his music and faith. This is his story – Forever and Ever, Amen. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

John Berry

GRAMMY Award-winning country star, John Berry, continues to celebrate 40 years as a country music artist and songwriter earning multiply gold and Platinum records. He has placed 20 singles on the country charts including his #1 hits Your Love Amazes Me, Standing on the Edge of Goodbye and She’s Taken a Shine. But even in the midst of his success, he has faced many trials in his life – in 2019, he was diagnosed with throat cancer. But it’s not slowing him down. This is his story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Kent Blazy

Mega hit songwriter, performer and 2020 Songwriter Hall of Fame nominee, Kent Blazy is truly one of the most sought after country music songwriters. Raised in Lexington Kentucky, he made his way to Nashville when a friend encouraged him to reach for his dream. Little did he know that his songs performed by such talents like Garth Brooks, Diamond Rio, Patty Loveless, and many more would touch lives around the world with #1 hits such as If Tomorrow Never Comes. Not knowing that many years later, that song that was sung by Garth would be meant for him and his faith when he lost his wife to cancer. This is his story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Jeannie Seely

Grammy award winner. beloved, Jeannie Seely – a member of the Grand Ole Opry has graced the stage for over 50 years – as a performer and a regular host – every week. Her life and music has touched hearts around the world and she continues to encourage new artists to reach for their dreams. This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Mattie Jackson

October 2017 was a big month for Mattie Jackson, daughter of country music artist, Allan Jackson. Her fairy tale wedding on the Jackson family estate in Franklin, Tennessee was featured as the cover story of the Summer-Fall issue of Southern Bride. But less than one year after she married Ben Selecman, an assistant district attorney in Nashville, Ben died unexpectedly when he slipped and suffered traumatic head injuries. Today, God is leading her down a new journey. This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Rebecca St. James

Music artist, author, actress, Rebecca St. James, got her start in music at the tender age of 13 when she released an independent album titled, Refresh My Heart in her native Australia. She has received countless awards, including a GRAMMY. Through it all, she spoke into the lives of others sharing the message of Jesus. But God knew she needed rest – but not for long. This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

TG Sheppard & Kelly Lang

Country Music legend, TG Sheppard stepped out in faith at the age of 15 to become one of the greatest country music artists and legends of all times. Many years later he would meet and marry a beautiful singer and songwriter, Kelly Lang, who was raised into country music. She, too, at the age of 15, recorded her first Billboard single, Lady, Lady. This country music power couple has graced stages all over the world. But they have faced challenging times like so many of us do. This is their story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Buddy Hyatt

Producer, piano player, songwriter – Buddy Hyatt. We know him as a former member of TOTO, the rock group from the 80’s with such hits as Rosanna, Hold the Line, and Africa. He’s performed, produced and worked with amazing talents – Lee Greenwood, Randy Travis, Mickey Gilley, – just to name a few. Today, he holds the line as watches what God is doing in his life and walking him through the diagnosis of throat cancer. This is his story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Frank Sutton – Jackson Heights

Frank Sutton, bass guitarist & vocalist with the Christian country music group, Jackson Heights, looks back on his earlier years on the road, the financial difficulties, and the time to call it quits. He, too, faced many financial challenges during those years, but God was faithful. Twenty-five years later the band reunited and with the new name, Jackson Heights. And they haven’t slowed down yet. This is his story. This is Today’s Nashville. This Is Faith.

Ernie Haase – Signature Sound

Ernie grew up enjoying the sounds of gospel music, loved quartet music and the legendary, Cathedrals. Little did he know that one day he would be a part of the group and marry one of the legendary group member’s daughter, Lisa. Later he formed Ernie Haase and the Signature Sound and his songs have earned Grammy nominations, Dove Awards and Billboard Christian Top Tens. But in the face of grief – his message is keeping on. This is his story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Kristina Ellis

Author, Kristina Ellis, was living a dream life as a little girl, but at the age of seven, her father passed away from brain cancer. Her family struggled financially after the loss. But God was faithful and even though considered low-income, her mom figured out how to give her family a great life within the price she could afford. Today, Kristina shares her journey of overcoming significant obstacles to win $500,000 in scholarships and graduate from her dream school. This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Carol Sutton

Growing up in a broken home and years of making her own choices which resulted in immoral actions, Carol Sutton’s life took a drastic turn when she wanted to end it all. God had other plans for her life. Today, God is using her story to save the lives of others. This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Dolly Parton

Being born into a poor farming family, singer-songwriter, actress, philanthropist, businesswoman and a career spanning over fifty years, Dolly Parton has sold more than 100 million records worldwide, making her one of the best-selling female artists of all time. She has received 11 Grammy awards, 44 career Top 10 country albums, Emmy Awards, Tony Awards and the list continues to grow. This is her story. This is Today’s Nashville – This Is Faith.

Program Schedule

Cornerstone Television Network 

Tuesday 9:00 p.m. Central, Friday 8:30 a.m. Central, Saturday 2:30 p.m. Central 

Christian Television Network 

Thursday 8:00 p.m. Central – WHTN – CTN Nashville

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