Betty Jean Robinson was once voted female country songwriter of the year by Billboard magazine. But even at the height of her songwriting and recording career in country western music, she felt God calling her out of secular music. After experiencing many trials and troubles throughout her career and with her family, Betty Jean rededicated her life to Christ.
She immediately began writing songs for His glory like "Jesus Is Alive and Well," "On the way home," "Ride Out your Storm," and "He is Jehovah."
Betty Jean's songs and ministry reach far across the country into prisons, hospitals, churches, and homes, touching hurting hearts and lives with the love of Christ.
Betty Jean has two daughters that have gone to be with Jesus, five grandchildren, and four great grandchildren, and continues to live in the hills of Tennessee.