Chuck Day is known worldwide as one of America’s favorite singers and songwriters. He is co-writer of “Midnight Cry”, which is recognized as the most recorded song in popular Christian music history. He has penned more than thirty #1 songs, such as “Child of the Light”, “Angels in the Room”, “I’ll Stand Up and Say So”, “Low Enough” and many more. Chuck is a multi award winner with honors such as being presented “Entertainer of the Year”, “Male Vocalist of the Year”, “Songwriter of the Year” and “Living Legend” at the Inspirational Country Music Awards in Nashville, TN. Chuck is also an inductee into the International Country Gospel Music Association’s Hall of Fame and The Texas International Music Hall of Fame! He recently celebrated 50 years in music. Chuck tours all across America and the World sharing his music and his message of God’s love!
Selena Day is the wife of gospel music legend Chuck Day. She has spent the past 30 years in music ministry with Chuck. Even though she is not a singer, she has felt called to bring Christ to the nations through music and entertainment.
Selena Day is an author, life coach and motivational speaker. Her books have inspired many women. Selena’s books have helped them to find their unique identity with bite-size devotions and words of wisdom mixed with humor.
After working for over ten years mentoring adults traveling around the world and working with humanitarian organizations, Selena realized there is a rumbling within the hearts of a generation across the world calling us to something more, to become a part something greater than themselves Women and Men of all ages, ethnicities, socio-economic backgrounds are feeling this desire to be more and do more with their lives, this lead her to begin a business for women. “A Woman’s Journey.” “A Woman’s Journey” facilitates trips specifically designed to encourage women to rediscover who God created them to be.
Selena is the perfect example of how allowing our creator to design your life will take you to places you never dreamed of going. She has spent most of her adult life traveling in her ministry, speaking at women’s events, mentoring young missionaries as well as writing for several magazines. Her journey has taken her from working with Syrian refugees to standing on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, TN. This sacred journey with her creator has allowed her to experience more than she ever dreamed was possible.