Brandon Heath joins me on Episode 56 of the "More Than The Music Podcast" to share the stories behind his album, "Faith, Hope, Love, Repeat," including the final moments he shared with his dad before he passed away.          Brandon learned just how important forgiveness and reconciliation is. Enter to win an autographed Brandon Heath "Faith, Hope, Love, Repeat" CD!

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Zach Williams loves to cook. Remember that amazing chicken piccata he made? He's back to share one of his new favorite recipes for Thanksgiving. Fall Roasted Brussels and Butternut Squash with Cinnamon Pecans and Dried Cranberries Ingredients Roasted Brussels Sprouts:  3 cups Brussels sprouts, ends trimmed, yellow leaves removed 3 tablespoons olive oil Salt, to taste Roasted Butternut Squash:  1 and ½ pound butternut squash, peeled, seeded, and cubed into 1-inch cubes (Yields about 4 cups of uncooked cubed butternut…

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Kristene DiMarco from Bethel Music joins me on Episode 55 of the "More Than The Music Podcast" to share the stories behind their album, "Starlight," and how one very unfortunate pumpkin led to one of the songs."          Kristene explains how overcoming anxiety and panic attacks inspired her to write "Take Courage." Enter to win a Bethel Music "Starlight" CD!

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WAY-FM artist, Lincoln Brewster, is a worship pastor at Bayside Church near Sacramento, CA. The recent wildfires have devastated many areas in the community where his church reaches. He shares what he's seen and how you can help.   The fires continue to rage in the Santa Rosa area. These are the worst fires ever recorded in California. We’ve partnered with Convoy of Hope and have sent Bayside staff to help. If you would like…

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Lecrae joins me on Episode 54 of the "More Than The Music Podcast" to share the stories behind his album, "All Things Work Together," and how he feels, now more than ever, that his music is bringing hope to a dark world.          We discuss how recently some have criticized him for wanting to introduce his music to a different audience but how he sees an amazing opportunity. Everyone's not a pastor…

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