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Jesslyn McCutcheon is a Contemporary Christian Singer/Songwriter/Speaker from King, NC. Jesslyn released her first studio solo album project November 2019, 'On The Edge.' Jesslyn started writing at the age of 23 after she was home bound for two years due to severe depression. At the age of twenty-six, Jesslyn was diagnosed with having bipolar disorder which she refused to accept at the time. Jesslyn now is no longer afraid of who she is or what she has to face having this disorder. She hopes that her music will help inspire others who walk through the darkness at times in their life and come out on the other side. Jesslyn has been a Christian since the age of six but her faith was shattered when going through her early twenties and having to face all that she did. She struggled for many years with unspeakable pain and wondered where God was during all of this? Could He even hear her? Jesslyn wants the world to know that it is only because of God she is where she is today and her music and her voice will express just that. It took Jesslyn awhile to finally find her place in this world but she is on a mission that nothing can stop her now from sharing her story and the message of how good God is.
I am so excited to share with you my next new single, 'What Kind Of Love Is This' releasing 12/11/20. This song was written this past August right after I had my second neck surgery. To be really specific it is called anterior cervical discectomy and fusion. What?! It’s much easier to just say neck surgery. I was not thrilled about having this surgery again. I just had the same surgery performed on a different part of my neck six months prior. I’m sure some of you can relate if you have had this surgery or know someone who has. The recovery process can be rather grueling and can last up to three months and in some cases longer. I was a mess that day with my nerves and anxiety getting the best of me. I was in tears and just thinking the worse. I could not get myself to calm down and transport was coming to take me down soon. Right before transport came we had a 5.1 magnitude earthquake that rattled most homes, buildings, and residents in NC. The nurse, my husband and I all looked around the room at each other with that look of, “Did you just feel that? Did we just have an earthquake?” The nurse was so shaken up she sat at the base of my bed. Just like the earthquake had hit all of us that morning, my current situation seemed very small. There is nothing that God cannot do. Let me say that again, there is nothing that God cannot do. I didn't need to be anxious, I didn't need to fear, I just needed to trust that God knows exactly what He is doing and that He would see me through what I was about to go through...again. This song 'What Kind Of Love Is This' was written while in recovery. It is about trusting God in the midst of any storm that you are going through. Even when our faith is tested, even when the world is shaken, to not be afraid but to embrace the arms of our Heavenly Father who welcomes us back each and every time with unconditional love that never wavers. Joshua 1:9 says, "Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go."