Faith Hill

Faith Hill born Audrey Faith Perry 9-21-1967 is a country singer, producer, actress. Along with her many Awards such as Top Female Vocalist, Female Artist of the Year she has also been named #1 Adult Contemporary artist of the decade and was named one of the 30 Most Powerful Women in America. All questions about Faith Hill can be found here.

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Who are All artists who sang My funny valentine?

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There's too many to name. Almost any singer from the 1930's, when the song was written, who sang standards. So pick any big name singer from that era and I guarantee, they sang that song. Biggest examples I can think are #1 Judy Garland, who made it famous in the movie of the musical from which it came "Babes in Arms." But try Sinatra, Doris Day, Ella Fitzgerald. But a total, definitive count of everyone would be very difficult to get. Easily over 100; maybe even 500.
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What is the address for Boots at Merry Hill?

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The Merry Hill Centre Brierley Hill West Midlands DY5 1SY GB Unit 62 for lower level Unit 172 for upper level
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What happened to Glenallen Hill?

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He's a batting coach for the Colorado Rockies High A affiliate in California.
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How many kids does Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have?

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=== === Three daughters. Grace Katherine B. 1997, Maggie Elizabeth B. 1998 and Audrey Caroline B. 2001.
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Did Alan Jackson have an affair with Faith Hill and Leann Womack?

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It is believed all over Nashville that Alan Jackson did indeed have an affair with Faith Hill. That affair broke up his marriage but they later reconciled. Faith Hill is known for finding many men attractive. And she is famous for knowing where she is going to park her car before she leaves the spot where it is now parked. She was married to Daniel Hill for 7 years and dumped him. Rumor said it was for Scott Hendricks, a much bigger fish in Nashville. Hendricks got her booked on the tour with Tim McGraw while he was engaged to her. She thanked him by ditching him for McGraw. Somewhere along the way, she found time to have a fling with the married with children Alan Jackson.
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How old are Faith Hill's kids?

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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have two daughters: Gracie Katherine and Maggie Elizabeth. Gracie Katherine was born May 5, 1997. As of this writing (August 8, 2009), she is 12 years old. Maggie Elizabeth was born August 12, 1998, and of this writing is four days from her 11th birthday. * they also have a daughter named Audrey Caroline born in 2001
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How old are Tim mcgraw and faith hill?

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Faith Hill is 47 and Tim McGraw is 42. They have 3 kids ages 12,11,8.
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How long have Faith Hill and Tim McGraw been married?

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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw were married on October 6, 1996. The wedding took place in Rayville, Louisiana. It was actually a simple wedding at his aunt's home.
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How old is the Islamic faith?

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Muhammad started the religion in the seventh century. He dictated the book "Qur'an" after a vision in which he was visited by a messenger or angel called Gabriel. He did not write the Qur'an, spelled Koran in english. Today, Muhammad is considered a prophet of Allah.
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Did Tim mcgraw cheat on faith hill?

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No Tim McGraw has never cheated on Faith Hill
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Who was Faith Hill's first husband?

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Producer, Daniel Hill
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What are the paradoxes of faith and how can they be explained?

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By losing life, we save ourselves. Jesus said, "Whoever would save their life will lose it and whoever loses their life for My sake will save it" (Lk 9:24). No material prosperity can compensate for the loss of eternal life. We take risks by trusting God's leading, which may take us to some uncomfortable places. We do what's right, even though it may not bring us success. The most happiness often comes to those who realize they won't always be happy. This is realism, not pessimism. We live in an imperfect, fallen world. All that we find in history--greed, ambition, war, lust, class-structure, racism, slavery--is the long, terrible story of people trying to find something other than God which will make them happy (C.S. Lewis). In our lives, some dreams may never come true. But we accept the circumstances of our lives as providential, knowing God has a higher purpose. We trust His plan for our lives, even if that means suffering. This enables us learn contentment and helps us to comfort fellow strugglers. The Beatitudes describe happiness in ways we wouldn't expect. Happiness is spiritual prosperity that comes from knowing God. Paul says that the secret of happiness is learning contentment, no matter what situation we're in (Phil 4). We can be wrong when we are right. Some people are so concerned about being right they fail to also be caring and loving. They tell the truth without kindness. John tells us to "speak the truth in love." This doesn't mean we should never disagree. But we ought to be kind when we confront, with a purpose of helping, not attacking, something I like to call "carefrontation". This goes against the argument culture we live in that revels in attacking one another rather than remaining dialogical. Confessing our weakness is a source of strength. "When I am weak, then I am strong" (II Cor 12:10). In humility we understand and admit our frailty; we're realistic about our limitations. We're in bondage, yet we're free. It's been said that there are two kinds of people, and both of them are slaves. We're either be slaves to sin or slaves of righteousness, according to the Apostle Paul (Romans 6). People without God revel in their freedom; they're free to sin but not free to obey God. People who can't forgive are enslaved to those they hate. The one who would be greatest must be servant. Jesus taught this lesson in the Upper Room when He washed His disciples' feet. Jesus said, "If you want to be great, then you must be a servant." This is not what His followers wanted to hear, nor what we want to hear. We live in a culture that values upward mobility. Yet leadership involves giving of ourselves. To enjoy being together we need time alone. Solitude is important for personal growth, and by getting away we become better people to be around. We need time to think, contemplate, reflect…which is hard to do that in a crowd. Jesus often retreated from His followers to pray and meditate. What we learn in solitude we bring to our relationships. We lengthen our days by remembering the brevity of our lives. Henry Kissenger stated, "What has most surprised me about life is how quickly it passes. The Psalmist prays, "Teach us to number our days that we may gain a heart of wisdom" (90:12). We then seize the day; we don't assume we're going to live long and we make each day count. We also live as though Jesus could return at any time-watching, waiting, and ready. Victory often comes through surrender. We conquer by yielding. We overcome by being defeated. We don't follow Jesus on our own terms. Once we turn our lives over to God, He gives us abundant life and freedom from worry, fear, and from death itself. We let God run the show and call the shots--He's in charge, not us. C.S. Lewis observed, "Every story of conversion is the story of a blessed defeat." Surrender is sacrifice: we bring ourselves to the altar and let God do with us what He will. It will cost something to live for God; it will cost more to live for self. From this surrender we discover our war with God is over, and we find true peace.
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What is Faith Hill's favorite color?

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Her new favorite color is black & hot-pink...
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What is the real name of Faith Hill?

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Faith Hill was born Audrey Faith Perry. 'Hill' is the surname of songwriter and music executive Dan Hill, who was Faith Hill's first husband. After her marriage to Tim McGraw in 1996, Faith Hill's full name would be Audrey Faith Perry McGraw.
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How many kids does Faith Hill have?

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they have three girls. grace, Maggie, and Audrey
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Who was Faith Breitung?

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Copy and paste this link for more information: http://www.theeternalportal.com/tributes/faith-breitung/ Faith Breitung Lived in North Fond Du lac,Wisconsin. She had Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and lived from Nov. 11-1964 to Dec.4 1974.She was active in Girl Scouting and was a member of Presentation Church which is also where she went to school.This I know as we were friends.I made the first web site in Faiths memory and the second one with Faith in mind along with 5 other contributors.
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Are Faith Hill and Tim McGraw Mormon?

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No. Both Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have said that religion is important in their lives, and that they are Christian, but they have never publically specified a certain denomination.
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Who will sing the opening song on Monday Night Football?

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Hank Williams Jr. continues to sing the theme song for Monday Night Football for the 2008-2009 football season.

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