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Now That's What I Call Faith Album - With Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood is featured on the Now That’s What I Call Faith album.  This is a 2010 collection featuring today’s most popular faith-based songs and artists. This compilation is the first release from the highly successful, multi-platinum NOW music brand to feature artists from both the core Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) as well as inspirational songs from mainstream hit artists. 16 songs including cuts from The Fray, Carrie Underwood, Hawk Nelson, Natasha Bedingfield, Jordin Sparks and many others.

Learn more about That’s What I Call Faith album…


Carrie Underwood – Jesus, Take The Wheel



More resources:

Carrie Underwood Biography – Facts, Birthday, Life Story


On Biography.com, ride along on American Idol winner Carrie’s fast-track trip to stardom. See how she became the youngestCarrie Underwood member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2008.

CMT : News : Carrie Underwood Makes a Case for Ladies of Country


Take a good look at any recently published country charts, and you may be thinking, “Wait, where are all the girls on country radio?” It’s a question many folks have been asking lately — from Carrie to even Luke 

Carrie Underwood Wants Country Women To Shine « Seattle


Carrie is standing up for the ladies in country music. With only a few female artists cracking the top 25 on the charts, it’s obvious to see country music is male dominated by artists like Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, 


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One response to Carrie Underwood on Now That’s What I Call Faith Album

  1. louisewoods1984 April 10th, 2013 at 5:03 pm

    I really should understand Catholic theology on predestination. I don’t think in predestination, and that i thought the Catholic Chapel did not. However, many Catholics are saying that Catholics think that God predestines individuals to paradise, although not to hell. Well, if that is the situation, where are individuals people he did not predestine to paradise going? Hell, Duh. Just how isn’t that predestining these to hell?