"There's No Place Like Home"


Dorothy's famous words, from "The Wizard of Oz", still prove to be true. As, I mentioned in the last blog, the tour was amazing. The services, people, the southern hospitality, and even the food was wonderful. We were truly blessed beyond words. However, there really is no place like home. I love to travel, to meet new people, see new sites, and even try new foods, but my heart will always belong to Kentucky!

We began revival at our home church on Easter Sunday Morning, with Bro. Glen Wilson, and we are still in REVIVAL!!! God has been doing some amazing things, and we are so excited to be part of what God is doing. We have already seen people saved, and at least one healing. We are expecting more great things as we continue the revival this week. Our children are on spring break this week, and we are looking forward to spending time with them, worshipping with family, and friends, and just enjoying the goodness of God.

If you haven't already done so, please like us on fb, @ Jason Coulter Music. Also, Once on fb, find the link to the Josie Awards Show, click the link, follow the prompts to vote for Jason Coulter, Country Gospel, Male Vocalist of the year and/or song of the year. This is a great opportunity for Jason, and we appreciate your guys help.

We have several local charity events coming up over the next several weeks. Please be in prayer for that, and continue to keep our family in your thoughts and prayers, as we continue to seek God's direction in our lives. As always, Thank you all so much for your continuous support. We cannot begin to express how grateful we are for everyone who has continued to support us throughout this journey. We desire your prayers everyday, and if you have a prayer request you would like for us to join with you in prayer, please e-mail it to us. God Bless!

                                                                      Jason & Heather 


"Hard Day's Night"


If you have been reading the blog, then you know that we began a two week tour, last Wednesday! Our first stop was in Pigeon Forge, TN for the annual NACMAI competition. Jason entered the male vocalist category, singing his new songs, "Mother Please Forgive Me", and "Promise of a Pardon". I am so proud of him. First, and foremost, he stayed true to God, and himself, in this competition, and I am so happy to say; he won 2016 Male Vocalist of the Year!

We are now in the middle of our second location, Oxford, and Sylacauga, AL. I have never been to this part of AL, and I have already shared this on fb, but I must say, I am loving AL. The people are so nice, they actually understand what y'all means, they use phrases that we understand, like "By George", and they "reckon", they are "fixin" to go to Wal-mart, to top it all off, I won two free nights at a hotel stay anywhere in the US, from a particular hotel, and the best part.....They have a Western Sizzlin Restaurant. It just keeps getting better.

Tomorrow, we hope to drive to the beach and spend the day with the kids, and then it is on to Soperton, GA. We will be at Christian Family Center, an addiction facility for men. We are looking so forward to this opportunity. Please be in prayer for us, that God will lead us in the direction, to be able to minister to these men.

Friday, we will be making our way to the great state of AK, and we will be spending the remainder of our tour in various parts of AK. We are looking forward to this as well, and we know that God is going to bless these services also. Please continue to pray that God would keep his hand upon us, and keep us safe. As always, if you have a need that you would like us to pray about, please e-mail us, and we would be happy to join you in prayer. This has definitely been a "Hard Day's Night"!


                                                                Until Next Time,

                                                                Jason & Heather



"On the Road Again", Again, and Again


We have been telling you guys for a few weeks about the upcoming tour. Well the time has finally come. We are in Pigeon Forge, Tn., and Jason will be competing in the North America Country Music Association International, competition in just a few short hours. The competition has been going on all week, and features artists from all genres: Country Gospel, Bluegrass, Traditional Country, etc. The Competition, will end tomorrow, with an awards show on Sunday afternoon.

We will be heading to Talladega, Al on Tuesday, to Macon, Georgia, Tuesday night, and to Marianna, AK on Friday, for radio interviews, churches, and various other venues. Although we are trying very hard to promote the songs, and get the word out, the most important thing is that God shows up; and in some way touches someone's life. We will be in certain venues this week to where we know for sure, some of those people will be hurting, their lives will be broken, and we pray that God is able to use us to minister to them. 

This is a very exciting, but also difficult time. Traveling for days or weeks at a time, is not easy, especially with children. Please keep us in your prayers, that we have safe travel, and that God would guide us with His Holy Spirit, and we would listen to his voice. No matter how busy or crazy things get in our lives, we cannot forget, to remember the reason that we are able to do anything in this life is through the strength that we receive through Jesus Christ.

I want to say thank you to each and everyone of you, who prayed for our son Spencer! He is doing much better, and hoping to be well enough to return to work next week. If you have a prayer request that you would like us to join with you in prayer, please feel free to email it to us. Please continue to keep our family in your prayers.

                                                           Until Next Time,

                                                           Jason & Heather


Mother Please Forgive Me


If you keep track of the website, you have probably noticed that I haven't written anything for a couple of weeks. Things have been a little crazy at our house, to say the least. As most of you know, " Mother Please Forgive Me", is the title of one of Jason's songs. As I was listening to that song this morning, I was reminded of the times in my life, when I have disappointed my parents, and needed their forgiveness; and they have always been faithful to do so. However, it brought about another thought of mine, and that is sometimes as parents we have to ask our children to forgive us. I have been guilty of this many times, in fact just this week, I really messed up with our youngest one. As I said, we have been extremely busy lately, so this past Sunday, I remembered that Jaden's school was having Dr. Seuss week. So I laid his clothes out in the organizer for the entire week, to match each days activities. I was really proud of myself until I dyed his hair blue for crazy hair, only to find out that Dr. Seuss week is actually, next week. Lol! However, it turned out not to be as bad, as UK (Kentucky) basketball was playing that day, and everyone thought he was just expressing his team spirit. LOL!

As I have already mentioned, we have had a busy schedule, and it is only going to get busier. We are preparing to go out on our first tour to promote "Mother Please Forgive Me". We will be in several different states over a two week period. All the dates are on the website. If you are close by, come out and join us, we would love to have you. If it is not possible for you to join us, check out the website for live streaming events. We are very excited about this tour, about meeting new people, and promoting this song; and we are praying for God's will to be done.

I want to inform everyone of some new changes in the website. We are in the process of being able to offer personalized t-shirts, coffee mugs, as well as, other items. You will be able to order your items from the website, and all monies from these sales, are put back into the ministry. Please continue to check back for this feature, as it is still under construction at this time. We are also in the process of working on a summer tour, so please join us in prayer about this situation as well.

Lastly, Thank you to all of you who read this blog, and support this ministry, financially, by praying for my family, and offering your encouraging words. Please keep my oldest son, Spencer in your prayers. He is recovering from a surgery from a household accident that partially amputated his thumb. As always, thank you for your love and support. 

                                                                              Until Next Time,

                                                                             Jason & Heather