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You know Zach Williams for his songs, "Chain Breaker" and "Old Church Choir," but he's also a great chef. He shows us how to make one of his favorite recipes, "Chicken Piccata," but there's a twist he doesn't know about. Ingredients: 3 chicken breast sliced thin 2 cups all purpose flour (seasoned with salt and pepper) 1/2 cup olive oil Juice of 1 1/2 lemons 1 cup white onion diced 2 cups sliced baby bella mushrooms…

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Zach Williams joins me on Episode 48 of the "More Than The Music Podcast" to share the stories behind his album, "Chain Breaker," and why playing a concert at the old high school that expelled him is part of his redemption story. Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed Enter to win a Zach Williams "Chain Breaker" CD, Cookbook, Grill Set, and Cooking Spices! Learn How To Make Chicken Piccata With Zach…

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Ben Calhoun from Citizen Way joins me on Episode 47 of the "More Than The Music Podcast" to share the stories behind their album, "2.0," and how he got a second date with his wife after showing up to the first one wearing a fanny pack. Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed Here's the proof! Enter to win an autographed Citizen Way "2.0" CD!

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Mandisa joins me on Episode 46 of "More Than The Music" to share the stories behind her album, "Out Of The Dark," and how a phone call from her brother helped her overcome depression. Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed While in the mist of a deep three-year depression, Mandisa says a phone call from her brother reminded her that God heard her prayers. That conversation led to his salvation and later…

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In April 1945, a 20 year old mother received a message that undoubtedly sent her to her knees. A hand delivered telegram informed her that her husband was injured in combat in Germany during World War II. The message didn't provide any specific details (I'm sure that only added to her worrying), but merely said to send mail to his previous address until a new one was received. I can only imagine her questions. What…

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