Help Me Decide
'Lord, Help Me Decide.' We've all prayed these desperate words. But singer-songwriter Diane Kay has seen the words come full circle, as not only were they words she prayed to God about her unborn son, but choices she see her grown children now having to make as well as the many women she has counseled. 'There have been many bouts of adversity and despair in my life,' recounts Diane. 'But my faith in God always pulled me through.' Now, with her new CD 'Help Me Decide', Diane sings and speaks about the stories and trials of her eventful life, and how God was there every step of the way. Born into a large family with two brothers and three sisters, Diane quickly found Jesus to be her best friend, literally. 'As a child, Jesus was my best friend and He wasn't imaginary', remembers Diane. 'I had tea parties with Him and gave Him my best rocking chair and my best toys. I took Him with me everywhere I went!' This is the basis for the song 'Me and Jesus' on her new CD. She taught herself how to play guitar right out of a Mel Bay book, and at 13 penned her first song Christian song. The rest of her youth was spent in chorus as a student conductor, and she had high hopes of becoming a high school music teacher. But life had other ideas. 'As a young adult, I faced an unplanned pregnancy and chose to give my son life, 'Help Me Decide' was recently written to reflect this difficult time, the choices made, and the wonderful son I have watched grow before my eyes into a wonderful young man.' No matter what the circumstances life throws at her, Diane now knows her music ministry is God's plan for her life. 'Just this past year as I began to fully understand my purpose, I have incurred some serious physical problems; a ruptured disc that kept me down for over a year, immediately followed by congestive heart failure by a heart valve problem that nearly took my life! I know and believe that God is not through with me yet and I more than ready to get out there and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through personal testimonies and song! The song 'There's A Rainbow' was written to reflect that time of mental, physical and spiritual pain. For the past 20 years, Diane has been serving God in the music ministry in choirs, praise teams, as a Praise & Worship Leader and Minister of Music, at churches & festivals and other functions and events around the country. Diane is available for bookings at your church,event,Crisis Center Fund Raisers or events! You can contact Diane via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.