Conversations about Christ, Community, and Music with the people responsible for the soundtrack of the Christian faith.
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Many conversations on the podcast are with the people on stage, band members, vocalists, and recording artists. But for these musicians to do their craft, there is an army of folks behind the scenes, producers, managers, engineers, and songwriters. Today I'm talking with one of those songwriters. John Chisum is a songwriter with a long list of credits, including Sandy Patti, First Call, Gaither Vocal Band, Ron Kenoly, The Cathedrals, and countless others. He is also the founder of Nashville Christian Songwriters, an organization dedicated to mentoring and empowering songwriters to hone their craft. In addition, John has been a worship pastor and record company executive and is the host of another great podcast, the Song Revolution.
John Chisum: Website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
And of course, on our page: Christian Music Archive.
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Great interviews ! Would love to see an interview with Johnny Van Zant of Lynyrd Skynyrd
I am a late bloomer regarding podcasts. This one is thoughtful regarding the ministry behind Christian music. Just listened to the Bryan Duncan episode. Bryan has so much to say about not just his music but how he is living his Christian life daily. This is a meaty podcast- love it!!
I appreciate that the conversation is so much more than just music and the industry. Instead, the conversation is focused on following after Jesus.