Born with only half a heart, Paul Cardall 's experience building a successful Dove Award winning music career with 11 No. Billboard charting albums, while undergoing a life-time of medical procedures that culminated in a heart transplant, gives this host a unique perspective that enables him to ask guests often unusual questions which provoke sincere and honest answers. His guests are celebrities, thought leaders, and other interesting people who are using their gifts to make the world a better place. Listeners leave encouraged and motivated to fulfill their purpose by magnifying the gifts they've been given.
Aimee Stolte: Actress
On the forty-seventh episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall, Paul is joined by actress Aimee Stolte who left a successful business career in Vancouver, Canada to pursue Acting. Paul and Aimee talk about the dramatic shift that led her to Los Angeles where she began to get roles in a variety of projects from the SyFy Channel’s original film Megalodon and other films where she eventually met her husband and director Dante Moore. He directed Aimee in his horror film series, Fear Pharm. Born in a conservative Christian home, Aimee and Paul joke about not being able to watch a lot of scary movies. They talk about the need for children, particularly teenagers, to be able to explore their gifts and develop these gifts into talents, even if those around them believe it is strange or unproductive.
Scott Stevens: Country Artist
On the forty-sixth episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall, Paul is joined by country recording artist Scott Stevens, a law school graduate who also works as a criminal defense attorney. From his heart pounding schedule at the courthouse to producing and performing electrifying country music, Scott and Paul talk about his legal work, mom and dad, wife and children, relationship with God, their mutual friend and guitarist Tim “Pickins” to touring with Justin Moore and releasing Scott’s latest album, Every Hat Is A Cowboy Hat.
Pastor Benjamin Cremer - American Christianity
On the forty-fifth episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall, Paul is joined by Cathedral of the Rockies - Amity Campus pastor Benjamin Cremer, a gifted writer and teacher. Paul and Ben discuss Ben’s journey to become a pastor, a brief history of Christianity and the cultural divisions in America. He believes the divisions are a result of people in the Church who abuse power, money, and a desire for control. Ben discusses authority, the Holy Spirit, and the longing believers have for community and to trust again in authority, though they’ve been hurt by the Church. Ben believes we need a Christian America that is Christ-like and embodies the patient, forgiving, merciful, humble fruits of the spirit.
Megan Brown - Finding God After Losing Religion
After being hurt and disaffected by her church experience, with thoughts of suicide, how did former Christian Worship Leader Megan Brown, rediscover her value to God and redefine her purpose? All Heart with Paul Cardall speaks to the 24 year old independent singer/songwriter from Hendersonville, Tennessee about her church experience and the music she’s recorded that’s giving voice to people like Megan who’ve been hurt. They talk about the challenge some Christians have of not understanding how to separate a healthy and productive relationship with God from a relationship with a Church of imperfect humans whose intentions are not always pure. Megan offers advice for pastors in hopes that the thousands of fans resonating with her songs will be heard and understood in their pain. Listening and understanding the hearts of parishioners over preaching is the most important action Megan believes a Church can do to prevent guilt, shame, anxiety, depression, and suicide.
Recently stepping off the stage as a host for the season finale of Canada’s Got Talent, award-winning artist Lindsay Ell joins All Heart with Paul Cardall to discuss her journey leading up to CMA nominations, a Gold record, head-lining her first concert tour, and the recent release of a her hit single, “Right On Time.” Lindsay, whose toured with Keith Urban, Brad Paisely, and Sugarland is putting a voice to the pressure she feels as a career-focused woman in her 30s, “Right On Time” is an anthem for anyone who has felt pressured to be something or someone they aren’t, while working on timelines determined by societal norms.
How to Get Better Sleep
Millions of people have trouble getting enough sleep and are looking for solutions. Dove award winning pianist and All Heart podcast host Paul Cardall, who's experienced insomnia as a result of past medical challenges, explains the process of sleep and how music is helping people achieve the REM stage. That final and most important stage of fulfilling a deep sleep happens less and less as we age. Paul talks about his SLEEP project featuring 3 songs he composed during the pandemic to help him enjoy better sleep. He's making this personal tool available to fans so they can wake up refreshed and in a good mood. This is the 42nd episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall.
Thank you Paul for this podcast:) I am independent musician, composer and songwriter. I have been looking for opportunities to learn from others who create music. Thank you for your podcast ! Kasia
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I love listening to these podcasts episodes because there is always something to learn from someone else’s experience. Thank Paul for putting your whole heart into your work and music.
I’m hooked on these podcasts. Every guest is so inspiring and shares an amazing story about their gifts. Thank you for sharing with all of us such valuable information.