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Country music stars hunter hayes and Deana Carter join us to share their journeys of rising to the top in the music industry, and why being followers of Christ is their highest calling. ____________ ➤ LIKE us on Facebook: ➤ FOLLOW us on Instagram: ➤ FOLLOW us on Twitter: ___ ➤ SUBSCRIBE…


Hunter Hayes (Encore) Deluxe
hunter hayes (Encore) Deluxe

With (Encore), Hunter Hayes brings mark unique tune to followers on June 18th.(Encore) is extraordinarily literally an "encore" of songs added to Hunter's debut album, released as a deluxe model to present Hunter the opportunity to play and provide followers with unique tune. (Encore) aspects 8 unique and re-recorded tracks at the side of the…
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Storyline
storyline

With over 8 million singles sold, a platinum-licensed debut album and a pair of award wins and GRAMMY nominations including one for Nation Album of the Year, Hunter Hayes now presents his 2014 album, Storyline. Every discover on the album became over again co-written by Hayes and co-produced by Hayes and Dann Huff, this time…
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The 21 Venture

The 21 Venture" is a undeniable and special assortment. Every disc on the three cd place entails 7 songs, every particular person performed otherwise-acoustic, studio, and are living.  This hotfoot thru the design of these 7 songs (from demo to stadiums!) supplies a special watch fans into the creative mind of Hunter.  This would be priced as…
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hunter hayes: Dwell (CD + Medium T-Shirt)

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Country for Valentine’s Day

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Cooking With Country

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Home windows Down Country

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With over 8 million singles supplied, a platinum-licensed debut album and multiple award wins and GRAMMY nominations including one for Country Album of the one year, hunter hayes now offers his 2014 album, storyline. Every be conscious on the album used to be but again co-written by Hayes and co-produced by Hayes and Dann Huff, this time that contains guest musicians including his touring band to boot as legendary steel guitar player Paul Franklin (Bakersfield). The extremely anticipated apply-as much as his file-surroundings debut aspects the smash hit single, “Invisible.”Shrink-wrapped

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you were made to be exactly who you are as hard as this to believe as hard as it is for me to believe right now as I’m sitting here talking to you my fault sir what what what make me and I think it’s important to remind people of that I think it’s important for me to be reminded that on a very consistent basis you know we were made to be who we are whatever that means we all have those moments where we need a little encouragement to get through our day someone to remind us that we are not alone find peace [Music] embrace joy [Music] seek God daily Jesus calling stories of faith our episode today features country music artists hunter hayes and Dana Carter hunter hayes is a five-time Grammy nominee and multi-platinum selling country musician Hunter was the youngest solo male artist to top the Hot Country Songs chart in 2012 he plays more than 30 instruments and has been riding his own song since junior high hunter discusses his path as a singer-songwriter the hard questions he asks God through his music and how despite his monumental success at such a young age he deals with feelings of not being good enough my name is hunter hayes I am a 26 year old music nerd and ya just a guy who loves to create music and make noise and I’ve been living here in Nashville for about 10 years now which is nuts I moved to my dream city and it gets then I get to do my dream job I started making noise when I was around 4 yeah my grandmother gave me a toy Cordy and when I was 2 I think and I just started taking it everywhere my dad actually bought a few extras to fix the one that I had that I wouldn’t let go of and every time I would break it he’d pull parts off another one they’re still kind of like a collection in the garage back home but yeah it started with accordion and then it was drums and then it was electric guitar and then that was kind of it after that like it was I was stuck to the electric guitar and and found songwriting when I was in middle school technically wrote my first song when I was six years old but don’t look that up it’s a bad idea I found something writing in middle school and I think that was the best time to find it because I needed it the most then I think we can all speak to the fact at a middle school you need an outlet you need a place to go and that’s actually probably the time in my life where I was closest to the Bible and closest to my faith I found it through through loneliness and through all of the things that I was going through and I was a quiet I am a quiet shy typically to myself recluse only child and and songwriting was kind of yeah it was the only place that I could go to feel safe I think that’s kind of what kind of slingshot me into what I do now is that middle school era you know as I feel like a lot of us go through that those big life changes those big emotional roller coasters it brought me in to kind of get kind of the the process that I have now songwriting in and whatnot I think the first record that changed my life like when I really started studying music which was around like that middle school time the first record that really changed my life and like awoke me was mercy me coming up to breathe I saw them at the First Baptist Church and laughs Lafayette with a friend of mine I don’t know if you’ve heard that record but it’s a very it’s a left turn from what from I can only imagine which was three records earlier which not a lot of people realize but that record was it was a was a very aggressive record very I needed that record though I needed coming up to breathe solo himself Jesus take cheetah bring rain but that record I was it was so honestly like so heavy and so intense that it pushed me away and I had to go searching for it I had to go and find it and listen to it to study it I went from a a Catholic private school to a non-denominational private school and it forced me to find my own path and have to support it and have to explain it well not just for explanations sake but when somebody looks you in the eye and says why do you believe that you have to answer it honestly and you have to know not just believe you have to know I had to dive into my faith something I’d grown up with as an absolute was now a question mark and I had to answer my question myself I was not the cool kid how was the opposite and I think honestly looking back or I guess looking forward looking up to all the people that I look up to they weren’t the cool kids you know the people that have really changed the world and changed my life and influenced me that the heaviest were the quiet ones who who kind of found their their path to their outlet and used their outlet in a powerful way and channeled all the things that they went through I think I think the quiet ones have the most to say when people asked like well who do you want to sing to it haunts thing to me like I want to talk about what I’m going through because it’s not exclusive to artists it’s not exclusive to you know whatever people who performers it’s my age group we’re getting out of college and we’re defining ourselves as human beings trying to define ourselves in a world that is full of highlight reels and questioning whether we’re good enough so you’re now measuring yourself by somebody else’s filter which is a dangerous dangerous weapon of a thing this feeling of invisibility is not exclusive to teenagers it lasts a lifetime and it is the upstream feeling of not good enough it’s that voice inside your head that screams at you on a daily basis at least for me it’s a continuous thing one of my favorite shows I’ve ever had three weeks ago Milwaukee Summerfest this pavilion that I thought we’ve there’s no way we’re gonna fill it we filled it right had the best show of my life end up back on the bus we celebrated for a minute and then it’s right back to that voice of yeah but did you do good did you do good enough and then that defines you as a human the more you listen to it Hunter encourages others who also struggle with thoughts of not being good enough or who deal with wounds in their lives as he reads a passage from the October 28th entry of Jesus calling do not expect to be treated fairly in this life people will say and do hurtful things to you things you don’t deserve I had to make this one when someone mistreats you try to view it as an opportunity to grow in grace amen see how quickly you can forgive the one who has wounded you don’t be concerned about setting the record straight yeah instead of obsessing instead of obsessing about other people’s opinions of you keep you focused on me ultimately it is my view of you the counts as you concentrate on relating to me remember that I have clothed you in my righteousness and holiness I see you attired in these radiant garments which I bought for you with my blood this also is not fair it is pure gift when others treat you unfairly remember that my ways with you are much better than fair my ways are peace and love which I have poured out into your heart by my spirit it is easy to get stuck on fair fares the only way that we’ve been taught to justify things and the way they were treated or the way that we treat ourselves I think that’s the biggest one and the way that we treat ourselves is not fair we compare I mean I think the sermon that hit me most in the last like three years was comparison we live by comparison comparison is the only way we can measure we’re gonna compare ourselves then we’re never gonna succeed we’ll never be what we truly want to be even if it is the best version of ourselves in our flawed selves that we compare ourselves with will never truly succeed hunter describes the path he took to write his latest single dear God dear God threw me for a loop dear God is like the therapy session tape you don’t want people to hear and then when people hear it all of a sudden I was scared of that song I was I was proud of it and scared of it I started journaling on the plane I sort of a dear world and I realized I was writing to God so close the book and I thought dear God that’s the title and not to like grandstand that just I felt like that was the beginning of the conversation and agit have with him so we were three writers that had never written before and I knew Andy but Andy didn’t know Dave I didn’t know Dave so we were we were kind of strangers in a room diving into this this this voice inside our head saying we’re not good enough and we’ve played with different lines here and there and he finished with your god are you sure that you don’t mess up and I was like we can’t say that’s not allowed that’s not okay but I realize it was important because I don’t feel like it’s a question you would ask unless you know the answer and I feel like we all kind of know the answer already but we need to ask it to hear it again but I feel like the Lord gives us big questions so he can answer in a big way and that’s a big question and I feel like sometimes he had no I’d know that he’s answered me in a big way many times but not unless I ask not unless I seek Him and so I was scared of a song that didn’t have a resolve and it doesn’t have a resolve all the way to the end and I decided to sing one tag that said dear God just remind me you don’t mess up to kind of close the song and I felt better about it I felt better about singing it in public but it is it’s a series of tough questions you don’t go to your best friend with tough questions expecting them to have the wrong answers you know and I don’t feel like you go to God with these questions expecting him to not answer you but and I feel like a lot of people disassociate faith with a negative question and I think those are the questions you need to ask to know your faith I think that’s important it’s so critical right now I’m just on a kick of reminding people of their self-worth because to question yourself where that’s the question your design and question your maker and I you know obviously I’ve done that I’ve done that and I’ve made it public in a song but I’ve made it public so that people can do that so that they can get an answer and that’s the most validating thing in the world as a songwriter when somebody comes when somebody comes up to you a stranger even like fans that I know have like tattooed lyrics from while blue or tell me or your god or invisible flashlights I’ve I’ve I’ve drawn flashlights because people want to reference that song and those lyrics the most validating thing as a songwriter because you write all these songs in a vacuum and then they basically just sit there and then you finally get to play the songs live and you have somebody that wants to you know ink themselves right permanently remind themselves of a lyric it’s not about it I truly believe great songs aren’t something that we come up with we just kind of received them and so hopefully you’re you’re open and I speak often that it’s not a well it’s a river and you have to just be ready to receive the river you have to just be open to it so when that happens I think it’s just a reminder that yeah it’s not about me it’s about a greater message about a greater purpose and those are the moments where you you were reminded you received it right you opened yourself up you made yourself vulnerable and you spoke and it reached and it connected so it’s kind of just like okay I’m I’m doing okay I’m done I do my job you know serving my purpose Hunter has a heart for using his platform to raise awareness for causes that are important to him in fact Hunter holds the Guinness World Record for the amount of concerts played in 24 hours to raise awareness for ending childhood hunger Hunter tells us why he feels it’s important to use his influence to help others I think they’ll just be seasons where I can help one one cause more than than another and and I will I’ll do whatever I can you have a microphone you have a responsibility you have an audience you have a responsibility and if I have an audience if I had people that are listening do good with it do good I’ve got a big audience of attentive people people who listen and respond my fans aren’t aren’t fans they’re there they’re there people with megaphones and beating hearts and very very passionate human beings and and they’ll spread the word with me we’ve got to do some incredible things with child hunger and quick update when I was speaking about child hunger in the states like like in this town like in our we said in our backyards we were talking about one in five kids we’re now talking about one and four kids so it’s even more important we’ve done some awesome things with child hunger making people aware that we still haven’t fixed it but we’re getting we’re getting there about people listening I believe strongly and supporting our military families because they make an incredible sacrifice my dad was in the military and you know I’ve only heard about it he was out before I was born that I’ve heard stories and even on a smaller scale of hearing a story it impacted me it still impacts me and I see what they go through and it’s a lot so I believe in supporting them it’s still very much surprising to me that this is my job we were all given a fingerprint you know none of us are truly identical even identical twins can be you know discerned by their parents so if if even that if even those two human beings were created to be different then our approach has to be different you know our put on ourselves and our understanding on our design our build has to be has to start with its unique you have to go on your own path and I to me that just says you know forget forget about measures start start new on a path forge it find it discover and be adventurous and and I think it’s just find your path follow your heart your heart will show you the path at the end of the day you know I think that’s what instilled in me no you should follow your passion follow your purpose because you were built to do something you were made to do something important do what matters to you to find out more about hunters new song dear god please visit hunter hayes calm [Music] Jesus calling is celebrating the release of two new books for Christmas Jesus calling for Christmas and the children’s book Jesus calling the story of Christmas as part of this celebration hunter hayes shares his thoughts on his favorite Christmas traditions so moving to Nashville was the toughest thing was being far from home and you know my mom and dad are here in Nashville but a lot of my family and like you know yeah my grandparents who I’m really close with are still back home I’ve just now started to create a new tradition however in which I don’t go home for Christmas I go home before or after so my new Christmas tradition is some quiet some quiet some peace some serenity some really awesome conversations with my grandparents I think that’s kind of what I crave the most is that peace and stillness and that time that quality time with the people who shaped me growing up our next guest is Dena Carter a CMA Award winning country artist Dena’s father is famed studio guitarist and producer Fred Carter jr. and when Dena was a child she grew up around country music legends she broke into the spotlight herself in the mid 90s with a multi-platinum debut country record Dena talks about her early years and how a hurt she experienced in church kept her from going there for 20 years but that God was always working in her life leading her back I’m Dena Carter not Deana people called me Deana they have my whole life but it’s Dena and I was born in Nashville Tennessee and I’ve been in California for 18 years my son is 13 and I’m a single mom right now been in country music my whole life being around Nashville and my parents were in the music business I grew up in it I grew up in the studio in Nashville I grew up in that community and it’s a beautiful thing it’s a special place my church life growing up was we went to Goodlettsville First Baptist Church and my mom made sure that we were there Sunday morning Sunday night Wednesday night G azar a esquire youth group all that stuff and my dad didn’t go with us so I was always just wishing he would go you know he would and he was working I mean he did he had back then they were doing ten to six and ten sessions around the clock seven days a week because they were making all these records and they had to physically make them to put them press them and physically put them out and all that and then if he wasn’t in a studio he was at the lake he was at Center Hill fishing and Sunday was that you know the weekend was his time off so he was not a church guy he was not a fan of preachers and stuff like that but he was a God person I was disappointed by some things in the church and then I started struggling with that a little thinking well maybe dad’s right and so having both of those influences thank God I had the more of the church in fluent my mother’s you know Jesus influence in my life because I was a wild child and it got me it brought me full circle I made the conscious decision to hope to do music in my life I think at a really young age I remember seeing Dolly Parton accept an award on TV like I always connected it with television those shifted remember when when we were young it was the variety show that was king there was the mandrills and Dolly Parton and you know the Osmonds that would Donny and Marie I just used to love that show and Sonny and Cher I mean everybody had a variety show so back in those days music was a visual thing before videos and all that so you could really connect with the artists and their personality and all that on television so as a young girl I watched Dolly Parton received that award and I would cry with them you know I was just like oh I would I want to do that but how in the heck am I gonna do that I see my dad and mom you know working I see him in the studio making the records but what is that process between making the record and the artists going out and being on the TV set and so I was a I was a pretty I guess interested little girl in that process that void and so I was determined to figure that part out College I played guitar and peony pick up the guitar till I was in college a gift for my cat I played piano sang in church sang at the sorority house at UT like I had to pay my way through college I finally graduated the whole time I’m graduating at graduation I’m looking around like they’re never they’re gonna like hook me out of this line I’m not gonna make it but I graduated and then it was waiting tables and you know after like just the struggle to struggle to struggle because I had a goal in mind got signed to a publisher first then got signed to a development deal back then then it was just such a long investment that Nashville would put into artists and that was such a blessing because they they did it with their time their faith their money they put their money where their mouth was they would hone you school you groom you media training you know all these things that we did and Capitol Records did that for me so I was signed probably when I was 24 and strawberry wine didn’t come out till I was 29 it was a long journey six years basically from signing to when it came out and I turned 30 when it was on the charts with the lyric like God is so amazing how he works it all out but you just have to keep going in the process there’s some standout times I can remember laying in between my parents in their bed and we were it was really early one morning I used to cuddle them up even grown I would crawl in between my parents and we got a call and Johanna Carter I believe said you had from Capitol you’ve you’re nominated for these Grammys and I was just sat up and I said what what does that mean like I’d you know because we were just like doing promo and going to radio back in those days you were in radio stations in a car driving you know through tech every state in America working hard I mean we everybody from the label to our band and management and everybody just worked their butts off and so I never really realized it was everywhere I really didn’t and the most shocking thing to me I think was when my one of my cousin’s spouses asked me for an autograph or something at a gig and I was like it’s me it’s me like who are you talking to it’s me you know and that was kind of odd just because it occurred to me that they were looking at me differently or proud of me or whatever that was as opposed to are you washing dishes or am i washing dishes but Tracy Bergen Carrie Herson wrote the song but it was the bookend song too before he ever heard goodbye the song I wrote about my high school boyfriend liked it completed that whole record it was like the glue that brought all those songs and stories together experiences really I just think everyone’s had a first love everyone’s been 17 everyone has grandparents everyone you know has had a breakup that broke their heart somewhere along the way all of these dominoes were in this song and being able to pull it off and perform it live and mean it was what did it really and that has been the truth so when we’re talking about Jesus calling or whatever you know my parents in the music they did this whole conversation we’re having today is rooted in truth sometimes we don’t like the truth but that doesn’t mean we don’t connect with it you know and I think so many people connect with that I can’t even believe that I got to sing that because that song has provided 20 years of you know a music career that I never a classic I never dreamed I get to have a part of that I got focused creatively and professionally but personally I was still like not solid in my relationships and all that when I went to college I didn’t go to church for twenty years and made a point that I wasn’t going to go I went the other way like I started uh-oh but here’s the difference I always had Jesus in my heart always I was baptized at seven I think it’s important honestly a lot of people have been hurt by the church itself and then they walk away thinking that God’s let them down and in truth there are human beings in church and so we’re all faulty and we’re all works in progress and I know that now but at the time at such an impressionable age I got into like numerology I got into a straw astrology I just went on a spiritual journey like well is this the only thing out there and although to be honest immature silly things that you do in ignorance of what might be out there because you’ve been in one system your whole life and I did everything explored everything and it just met up with people got involved with people and it took me down a road where you know it was party girl you know it wasn’t major drugs and alcohol but it was party time it was experimentation time the spiritual change came from me when I got pregnant with my son and I wasn’t married I was between marriages and that was shocking and just put me on my knees like now I’m responsible for a human being you know you trust me enough for this so I just that was it that’s when I really like I went back to church and started diving back into my spiritual connection with God and praying for his help and ask him for his forgiveness and just help me get through this to be a good mom and Hayes was the biggest blessing in my life I think the biggest change has been humility in confessing my faults seeing where I need to improve not pointing the finger at everybody else a little more empathy those kinds of things when when God works on your spirit the change starts happening with you that was God working on me creatively and professionally just getting rid of the monkey business really in my life but he knew that I still had so far to go spiritually like with my convictions and my personal life like my personal beliefs and all that I found out about Jesus calling once again God puts so many beautiful people in my life it was given to me as a gift by Holly Chapman who is an amazing hair makeup person here in Nashville and we talk about our faith you know that’s the other thing that he would God would do is put me in his scenarios around he would make me more verbal about my faith he would push me in that way and then I would connect with people that were you know Christians as well and share and that was a real strength builder for me in all this transition time and so she gave me the book Holly gave me a copy of it and wrote in the front you know a sweet note and I took it back to LA with me and I read it and I wore it out I mean I’ve told you a week out here I said you know when you memorize Jesus calling pretty much 365 pages of that but it’s time to get the new one because I could go to March 12th and read what it says but it was that was monumental another like a really challenging time in my life again going through a lot of loss the loss of my dad and having those anecdotes every day that you know I try to put my feet on the floor and pull that out first instead of my phone so that I get my priorities straight for the day I have the Jesus calling app on my phone because when I travel then it’s right here and it’s it’s so convenient and I love it you can take notes and share too that’s really nice to do that I wanted to highlight and one is February first and this is so important it says follow me one step at a time that’s all I require of you in fact that’s the only way to move through this space and time world you see huge mountains looming and you start wondering how you’re going to scale those Heights meanwhile because you’re not looking where you’re going you stumble on the easy path where I’m leading you now as I help you get back on your feet you tell me how worried you are about the cliffs ahead but you don’t know what will happen today much less tomorrow our paths may take an abrupt turn leading you away from those mountains there may be an easier way up the mountains that is visible from the distance if I do lead you up the cliffs I will equip you thoroughly for that strenuous climb I’ll even give my angels charge over you to preserve you in all your ways we’re supposed to live in the moment and trust God for each day and you know everything and His Word tells us to stop worrying and don’t worry don’t fear don’t all those things and the only way we’re gonna do that as if we’re looking beyond where we’re at Jesus calling inspired me to do my TGIF assad’s that I’ve I started last year every week not every day it was just so inspiring the way that Sarah did the book and approached it and explained you know the inspiration of how it came around for her just helped me so much I was in Florida visiting my mother and my mother my whole life is always said TGIF TGIF on Fridays and being apart from each other we call or text now and it’s TGIF I love you and you know it’s just our little tap-in and something my mother started for us I talk about personal things but it’s definitely Christian rooted I go to the Bible and I used my mom’s old Bible and you know where she’s highlighted all these things and colored pencils and all this stuff and just get through life what’s the topic of the day what does God put on my heart this week to talk about and it was January 19th last year and I posted it and got some on YouTube it’s on my youtube channel and got a few responses and then the next week I just kind of followed up and so I did 52 of them I just finished it and and I thought well I guess I’m done and everybody you know we’ve gotten more subscribers and people are and please don’t stop doing this and so we do those every week and the TGIF I dubbed thank God I’m forgiven because goodness we all are filthy rags all of us and we have to just acknowledge our maker and acknowledge his grace and that’s the only way we’re gonna have empathy for anybody else and so that’s kind of how I do it and why I do it the irony in our day and age now is we claim we have community but we don’t have community you know because we’re doing it on devices like we’re not even talking we’re texting and those kind of things so we have community but we don’t have contact and it’s important to have that spiritual connection in person and that’s what Jesus calling does before I pick up my phone and because I do have the book but before I read all those texts and all those emails and all those things I just try to honor him with my attention first to find out more about Dina Carter and to view her youtube series TGIF Assad’s visit Dena Carter comm continuing our celebration of Jesus callings new books for Christmas Dena shares her thoughts on her favorite things about Christmas it’s the most important day of the year really in how much God loves us and what links he went to bring us back to himself and how open his arms are and I love the candlelight service you know Christmas Eve I love that so much and having people come together and just feeling the celebration of it and there was one Christmas where I was in Nashville right out of college my parents weren’t in town at the time and I couldn’t go be with them and I just said God all I want for Christmas is for it to snow because it’s all I have I don’t know you know and I woke up that morning and snowflakes like the biggest snowflakes that we would think it was the biggest snow we’d ever had in Nashville to be honest on Christmas Day and I boo-hooed and I boo-hooed and I was so excited and that is probably the most special Christmas I ever had thank you for watching Jesus calling stories of faith be sure to join us every 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month for a new Jesus calling story of faith debuting live on the Jesus calling Facebook page you can also find our stories on the Jesus calling youtube channel and on instagrams IG TV through the Jesus calling Instagram page be sure to subscribe to the Jesus calling YouTube channel by going to youtube.com slash Jesus calling book so you 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