JOURNEY's JONATHAN CAIN Releases New Single Inspired By Book From His Wife And DONALD TRUMP's Spiritual Adviser

October 31, 2019

JOURNEY keyboardist Jonathan Cain has released the official music video for his new single, "Something Greater", inspired by the book of the same name by his wife, President Donald Trump's self-styled spiritual adviser, Paula White-Cain.

In "Something Greater: Finding Triumph Over Tragedy", which was released this month, White-Cain tells the story about how she had to overcome adversity as a child, which influenced her spiritual journey.

White-Cain, who has been a pastor for 34 years, and has been a spiritual adviser to Trump since 2001, said that that she was confident, with a recent Fox News poll showing Trump with 81 percent of support from evangelicals, that he will carry the vote in 2020.

"We look at these baseless claims. First, it was the Russian hoax, now it's the Ukranian inquiry of impeachment...and it's not only against the president...but it's against the vote of the American people in 2016," White-Cain said on "Fox & Friends".

White-Cain told The Epoch Times that Trump "really believes in America and in making it great again. He had absolutely everything to lose and nothing to gain by doing this personally," she said. "He saw the direction America was heading and really believed that he was called to make a difference … He works for free, comes out fighting every single day because he really believes in the value of what our Constitution was founded on … understanding there's an accountability to God, as well as to the American people and those that he serves."

Jonathan Cain's fourth solo album in as many years, "More Like Jesus", was released in May via Identity Records with The Fuel Music distribution.

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