Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Happy Hanukkah!

Many of our friends and fans are very interested in our Jewish traditions. We've been asked many times "what are these holidays about? And do we still celebrate them?" All of the traditional Jewish holidays have very significant meanings . We do celebrate Hanukkah and Passover as best we can. These are two of the most popular holidays. Of course there are many, such as, Sukkoth,Yom Kippur and Rash Hashanah that we always acknowledge. We are proud of our heritage and always feel good to pass these traditions on to our children, and generations to come.
Here is the meaning of Hanukkah:
The word Hanukkah means dedication! This holiday commemorates the rededication of the holy temple in Jerusalem following the Jewish victory over the Syrian-Greek army. This took place in 165 B.C.E.
The Greek Emperor Antiochus ordered all the Jews to worship Greek gods. The Jewish people resisted. They only worshipped the true God , Jehovah. This Jewish resistance force was later known as the "Maccabees."  When the Maccabees regained control of the temple in Jerusalem, they saw that the temple had been used by the Greeks to worship foreign gods and sacrificing swine. At the side of this, they decided to purify the temple by burning ritual oil for eight days, which was the custom at the time. But they only found enough oil to last one day. They lit the menorah with only enough oil for that one day but it burned for EIGHT DAYS!  This was truly a miracle. And the Jewish people took it as a sign from God,THE ONE TRUE GOD.... that He was pleased with their worship of Him.
Even today when we light the menorah for the eight consecutive days , we pray and thank God for his mercy, his love, his forgiveness,and Grace.
Today is the first day of Hanukkah. We always light the middle candle and then add one each day. I feel very reverent and honor God in this holiday, along with our family and friends.
Hanukkah is also called "the festival of lights "
Happy Hanukkah to all.
With love,
The Isaacs family
PS....we also eat foods fried in oil to remember the "oil". Our favorite is potato latkes!! Sorry weight watchers. This is an important tradition.

Monday, December 8, 2014

Orders may not be delivered by Christmas!

We can no longer guarantee that anything ordered from our online store will be shipped in time for Christmas delivery.

Merry Christmas Everyone!  Thank you and God Bless each of you, our loyal fans and supporters.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Now Ready to ship - An Isaacs Family Christmas on DVD

Now Available for Order!!
Our brand new CHRISTMAS DVD is available to ship now. 
$18.00 plus S&H for the DVD only.
Or get a DVD and our Christmas CD for only $25.00 plus S&H. 
This is a Limited time offer. 
This would make a Great CHRISTMAS present for that someone special on your list. 
 We can also autograph and send to your loved ones in time for Christmas.

Order the DVD only - $18.00 plus S&H 

Order the DVD & CD - $25.00 plus $3.00 S&H

Thursday, October 30, 2014

The Isaacs Welcome New Band Member

In light of all that has transpired in our families the past few months, we are a little behind in making this band addition announcement... But we do want to officially welcome our newest member- Justin Johnson! Justin is a fun, energetic, talented drummer and percussionist and has already brought so much joy to the stage since he started with us a few months ago.
He, his wife Hannah, and their beautiful two-yea-old daughter, Ella reside in Hendersonville Tennessee. From eight years of age, Justin travelled with his family band "The Johnsons" from Pensacola, Florida, and in the past five years has played for Jason Crabb and Austin's Bridge. Before moving to the Nashville area, he and Hannah were also part of the music department at Rod Parsley's World Harvest Church in Columbus, Ohio. Justin is a Native American Indian and is proudly a descendant of the Creek Tribe.
He says of his new home on tour with The Isaacs, "I'm proud to be a part of this ministry, I feel like God's placed me here. I look forward to meeting all their fans and friends out on the road.
Our former drummer Zak Shumate and his wife Gabby just gave birth to their first children, twin boys Harry and Davis, and are doing well. We congratulate them and wish them all the best and much health and happiness always!

Monday, October 27, 2014

Lily Isaacs on WSM radio 10-28-14

Hello friends 
I've been invited to be a guest on the morning talk show with Bill Cody at WSM radio tomorrow morning (10-28) at 9:15 am CST 
Please tune in 650 AM or online at I Love Bill Cody and Charlie Mattos. I'm honored they asked me to be on their show. So get a cup of coffee and tune in!!!  We'll be talking about Turning the Opry Pink and my story........


Monday, October 20, 2014

The Isaacs turn The Opry Pink..........

The Isaacs To Perform For The Sixth Annual “Opry Goes Pink”

The award winning Isaacs will join other great artists on The Grand Ole Opry® stage for the sixth annual “Opry Goes Pink Show” in the fight against breast cancer on Tuesday, October 28.

The Isaacs are joining The Grand Ole Opry® and Women Rock For The Cure™ in the fight against breast cancer. This cause is special to the group with Lily Isaacs being a breast cancer survivor.

Rascal Flatts will flip the switch on the Opry’s signature barn backdrop, turning it pink for the night as artists perform in support of breast cancer awareness.

The special show will also include Opry members Terri Clark and Montgomery Gentry with special guests Danielle Bradbery, Sara Evans and Nashville's Will Chase.

When fans order tickets to the night’s 7 p.m. show, $5 from every ticket sold will be donated to Women Rock For The Cure™. Tickets are available at (615) 871-OPRY and

Listen to the show live online at

If you are interested in booking the Isaacs go to the Harper Agency at .

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Please pray for Sonya, Jimmy and Ayden........

The family requested that I post this for them.  I ask that you lift up Sonya, Jimmy and little Ayden as well as the rest of The Isaacs family during this difficult time.  Thank you for being so faithful to pray.  Lisa

It is with great sadness that we must inform all our dear friends that we have had a miscarriage. Our little girl Ayva was taken home on October 13th during the 24th week of pregnancy. We cannot possibly understand why things like this happen but we will hold fast to the promise that "All things work together for good to them that love the Lord". We appreciate all your thoughts and prayers for us through this sorrowful time.
Sonya, Jimmy and Ayden Yeary.