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New Creation Nation Radio, "From The Heart of Country"

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Tonights guest is Robert W. Penny from Branson, MO.
He says, Growing up music was always a big part of my family. At the age of 12, I picked up a guitar and ever since music has been my passion. My whole life I have dreamed of “making” it, playing in night clubs and anywhere that my music could be heard. I love country music and was inspired by all the greats of the business. Throughout the years music seemed to be the one thing that I put first over all else. I always felt like something was missing, and I wasn’t happy with my family life. 
 
My wife, Debbie, Son, Kyle, and I packed up and moved to Branson, Missouri still searching out a music career in August of 2008. I was hoping this was what I had been searching for, but didn’t improve the situation I was having at home. I left my wife and thought that is what I needed to reach my dream, again I was still not happy though. In the Fall of 2009 the Country Gospel Music Association (CGMA) came to Branson and I went to check it out. There I found what was missing in my life our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. By putting God first in my life, I found my way back to him and my family. That night I realized that even I could be forgiven in our Kings eyes. I joined the CGMA and have since been using my talent to spread the word of Jesus to all that I can.
For the last 3 years, 2010 through 2013  I was honored to receive the CGMA HEART AWARDS for Male Vocalist on the Central and International level.
This year in July, 2013  I was honored to receive named the Central Division Male Entertainer, and Mentor! 
 I hope everyone enjoys the talent that I have been blessed with. Let God be the Glory.
 

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