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Butler, Hughes & Hayes’ China Adoption

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on July 6, 2016 – 8:47 am -

Butler, Hughes & Hayes' China Adoption

Butler, Hughes & Hayes’ China Adoption

Dunn, NC – Darren Hughes of Butler, Hughes & Hayes and his wife, Margy, will be adopting their son, Isaac, from China in August.  After adopting their daughter, Sophia, from China a few years back the couple felt led by God to bring another child into their family through the miracle of adoption.  Sophia’s story inspired Darren to write the new radio single “Adopted” from BHH (Dream Big Promotions) and how that relates to the adoption of every believer into God’s family.  BHH will be the featured artist on the Gospel Greats with Paul Heil the weekend of July 22nd – 24th.

 

The church family of Butler, Hughes & Hayes is hosting an Adoption Benefit for the Hughes’ with a concert featuring Mark Lowry and BHH on Friday July 15th.  There will also be a barbeque plate sale throughout the day on July 15th to help raise funds for the adoption.  For more info on BHH, visit www.butlerhughesandhayes.com.

 

Lamar Butler, Darren Hughes, and Michael Hayes began in 2006 out

Butler, Hughes & Hayes' China Adoption

Butler, Hughes & Hayes’ China Adoption

of their home church, Central Baptist in Dunn NC.  With no intentions of starting a group, word got out and other churches began asking them to come sing.  A full calendar and a few years later, God added Matt Parker singing bass.  After having opportunities to minister in hundreds of churches and concerts with artists like Bill & Gloria Gaither, Brian Free & Assurance, Greater Vision and others, BHH has recorded the album to share their music with a larger audience.  Produced by Wesley Pritchard, Adopted is a mixture of songs like “Jesus Is Better” and “Around The Cross” written by group members along with original arrangements of classics such as “Jesus Will Outshine Them All” and “The Dearest Friend I Ever Had”.


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