Seems lots of folk,30 years later, enjoy the gospel music you produced. I enjoyed it, too. I was a fan before that time, in the 70s and early 80s, when you were doing the pop/country music, along with the gospel. For someone of your stature, doing the Christian/gospel could have been seen as a career suicide. But that was not to be the case. I trust people understand the significance of your breaking the mold, so to speak. I think that understanding occurred long ago. Elvis never got on the stage with Billy Graham. You did. So did Kristofferson and Cash. That whole musical period was a difficult time. I recall I was at a concert in my hometown, Detroit, in the 80s, the Fox Theatre, the crowd was disappointing, numbers wise. This was a transition phase. You moved forward successfully. All of what I have stated is nothing new. Bottom line, I truly appreciate what you have accomplished. Boy, what a career. Thanks.