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Sadie Robertson Huff, CAIN Sisters Talk Band’s Beginning

Photo from CAIN’s Instagram

Sadie Robertson Huff, CAIN Sisters Talk Band’s Beginning

By Movieguide® Contributor

Sadie Robertson Huff was joined by Taylor Cain Matz and Madison Cain Johnson, sisters from the Christian trio CAIN, to discuss the band’s story and God’s blessings.

During a difficult season in the country music scene, the trio felt they should give up. But God intervened and gave them a new direction.

“We started leading worship,” Madison began. “It was just so much fun and so much joy, and it took all the pressure of trying to be somebody, and we were just worshiping.”

“We met our now manager in the crowd,” she continued. “He was just like, ‘Help me understand something. I see you on Sunday, and you’re so full of joy, and you’re so free, and then I hear your music, and it’s so hard and sad and heavy…Have you considered doing Christian music?’ So we prayed about it and I mean, probably one of the first times in my life, I heard the Holy Spirit say, like, ‘This is what you’re supposed to do.'”

Madison explained that while their band’s name comes from their last name, they’ve received many questions wondering if the name came from the character in the Bible who killed his brother.

“People are just like, ‘Why would you pick Cain the murderer?… We’re redeeming that name,” Madison said.

“We have all fallen short of the glory of God,” she explained.

“I feel like there’s a way to sing scripture, and it still be a little bit more somber and that has its place, but we were wanting to write about overcoming faith,” Madison said, explaining their songwriting process. “He can! I believe that. We’re just trying to get people to believe about the victory they have in Jesus.”

The band recently shared on their Instagram a video from their song, “I’m So Blessed.” The caption reads, “Just reposting because it’s still true. You are – on your best and worst day – a child of God and He loves you so much.”

Movieguide® previously reported on the third member of the band, Logan Cain, and his wife Emily:

Logan Cain, from the Christian band CAIN, and his wife Emily recently shared how God has used her addiction and recovery to bring them together.

When the couple first met, they were in very different stages in life. As a pastor’s son, Logan had a vibrant faith life. Emily was an alcoholic with no relationship with God…

CAIN described Emily’s journey from addiction to Jesus in the band’s song “Windows Down.”

“It was just kind of [this] age-old tale of a God who relentlessly pursues us and will put things in front of us all along the way that maybe we don’t recognize as him getting our attention or coming after us until ultimately its ultimately, undeniably God,” Logan said of the song in an Instagram video.

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