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Love Remains: Hillary Scott and The Scott Family Video Exclusive

Love Remains Hillary Scott and The Scott Family Video Exclusive

When hard times hit, women run headlong to the two places that provide strength: our family and our faith. These pillars may be central to our daily life, but it is during these seasons that they become even more significant.

This was true of Hillary Scott, a member of the multiplatinum recording group, Lady Antebellum. It was a sudden miscarriage of her second pregnancy in the fall of 2015 that led Hillary to write “Thy Will” a song that offers a universal message of hope.

Looking for peace when she felt none, she turned to her faith as well as her musical family: father Lang, mother Linda, sister Rylee, and her husband Chris.

This was the beginning of what became so much more than the immediate heartbreak. Combining newly written songs recorded by her Grammy Awarded mother, Linda, tunes penned by songwriter father, Lang, as well as traditional hymns with songs Hillary wrote, a special project was birthed—“Love Remains.” The family joined together to create a new album that shines a light not only on the bond Hillary shares with her family, but the union they all share with God.

“The process of making this album has not only been creatively inspiring but I’ve also really been able to grow as a person,” shared Hillary. “With all that we’ve gone through, we have been able to process everything together while solidifying the strong foundation that we have in our family.”

We are privileged to offer you an exclusive behind the scenes glimpse, through the words of mother, Linda, as they record a hymn that speaks to all who walk through the difficulties of life, “Sheltered In The Arms of God.”

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Darlene, President of The Grit and Grace Project, is crazy enough to jump in the deep end then realize she may not have a clue where she’s landed. She has spent her adult life juggling careers in the music business, been an author, a video producer, and also cared for her family ... some days drowning, other days believing she’s capable of synchronized swimming.

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