When did the song there was Jesus come out?
Written by Zach, Jonathan Smith and Casey Beathard, “There Was Jesus” is a reflection on Zach’s journey. He said, “I’m looking back at 20 years ago when I had no idea that God was in the moment, that He was even with me through some of the hard things that have gone on in my life.
What Gospels did Dolly Parton write?
The song was penned by Dolly and her aunt, Dorothy Jo Hope. Other tracks on the collection include ‘Comin’ for to Carry Me Home,’ ‘Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man’ (a Top 10 duet with Porter Wagoner), ‘God’s Coloring Book,’ ‘Letter to Heaven’ and ‘Sacred Memories,’ all written by Dolly.
Zak Williams, son of the late Robin Williams, is honoring his father on the seventh anniversary of his death. The mental health advocate wrote a touching tribute to the actor and comedian, who died by suicide in 2014, at age 63.
What is Dolly Parton’s religion?
Parton is a prolific songwriter, having begun by writing country-music songs with strong elements of folk music, based on her upbringing in humble mountain surroundings and reflecting her family’s Christian background.
Was Jesus actually a carpenter?
Now obviously, eventually Jesus’s chosen profession was of a “Rabbi” or teacher; so in that sense he wasn’t a carpenter regardless of translation. However, in his early years, it is supposed from Mark 6:2-3 that he was, like his step-father, a “carpenter” as commonly translated.
What age is Dolly Parton?
The couple has been married for over 55 years. Though Dolly Parton, 75, is responsible for penning some of the greatest love songs of all time, including the 1973 hit, “I Will Always Love You,” Parton and her husband Carl Thomas Dean, 79, keep their relationship extremely private.
Does Zach Williams write his own songs?
“That was when I felt like God started to turn the wheels and go, ‘OK, this is why you’ve lived this life. This is why you’ve had the journey you’ve had—to get here,’” he says. Williams began leading worship and eventually writing songs for the new church plant—a motley crew of recovering addicts.