Yes, Lord, I'm Comin' Home!

Yes, Lord, I'm Comin' Home!

Country Music Stars Share Their Stories of Knowing God

Book - 1997
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Random House, Inc.
From the Grand Ole Opry to Radio City and beyond, country music is sweeping the globe. But country is more than just the new spirit of America; many of its artists are also capturing audiences with their faith-inspired worshipful spirit. In these heart-warming true stories about faith and renewal, some of today's hottest country stars and legends from glory days gone reveal the tragedy and triumph of their spiritual journey. With startling honesty and emotional vulnerability, superstars like Naomi Judd, Barbara Mandrell, and Donna Fargo tell how they turned to faith to sustain them through discouragement, depression, and their darkest hours. Others like Marty Raybon of Shenandoah, B.J. Thomas, Glen Campbell, and Larry Gatlin lived a life of drug and alcohol abuse until it all came crashing down. There are also moving stories behind the beautiful voices of such stars as Doug Stone, Ricky Lynn Gregg, and Louise Mandrell, who offer personal and passionate glimpses of their lives-and faith.



In Yes, Lord, I'm Comin' Home!, a show-stopping list of country music legends and superstars share their joy of coming to know God. Artists such as Ferlin Husky, Penny DeHaven, John Berry, Rick Trevino, Toby Keith, Mark Collie, Susie Luchsinger, Paul Overstreet, Ken Holloway, MidSouth's Kent Humphrey, Deborah Allen, Brian Barrett, Joy Lynn White, and Lisa Stewart, all radiate their love of God.

Baker & Taylor
Naomi Judd, Barbara Mandrell, B. J. Thomas, Glen Campbell, Larry Gatlin, and other stars of country music reveal the personal tragedies that led them to seek God and the triumphs of their journey to faith.

Blackwell North Amer
In Yes, Lord, I'm Comin' Home!, some of today's hottest Country stars, as well as legends of the past, reveal the tragedy and triumph of their journey to God in accounts that touch the heart.
Superstars like Naomi Judd, Barbara Mandrell, and Donna Fargo tell how they turned to faith through discouragement, depression, and their darkest hours. Others - like Marty Raybon of Shenandoah, B. J. Thomas, Glen Campbell, and Larry Gatlin - lived a life filled with drug and alcohol abuse until they realized they needed God! Singers such a Doug Stone, Ken Holloway, and Louise Mandrell offer personal and passionate glimpses into their walks with God.

Baker
& Taylor

Naomi Judd, Barbara Mandrell, B.J. Thomas, Glen Campbell, Steve Gatlin, and other stars of country music reveal the personal tragedies that led them to seek God and the triumphs of their journey to faith

Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 1997
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780385484459
0385484453
Branch Call Number: 277.3082 Su 1997
Characteristics: xiv, 286 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm

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