As many of you are aware, yesterday Glen Campbell, age 81, died of Alzheimer's Disease after a 7-year fight against the disease. Born on April 22, 1936 in Delight, Arkansas, Glen Travis Campbell had a Music Career that spanned not just Country songs like "Rhinestone Cowboy," but also Rock 'n' Roll music e.g. touring with The Beach Boys. He also had his own variety show, "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour," which aired for 3 years on CBS from 1969-1972. Glen is survived by his wife since 1983, Kim, as well as several grown children from prior marriages; In 2003, Glen, then age 67, was sentenced to 10 days in County Jail after pleading Guilty to a Drunk Driving charge; before his sentence ended, Glen performed a Free Concert for his fellow inmates. In the late 1970s & early 1980s, Glen also had a romantic relationship with fellow Country Singer Tanya Tucker; one memorable headline read "44 - 21 = Trouble." My prayer for Glen Campbell is that as he drew his last breath on Earth and transferred to Eternity, he accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.