My guest this week is the host of a great radio program call Under The Radar which weekly features gourmet music by both mainstream and independent artists. It’s pleasure to share airtime with this truly cool husband, father of 5, and connoisseur of pizza. It’s a really great show and we cover a lot of topics including Under The Radar’s summer show, Escape To The Lake, which will feature friend of the Podcast Sara Groves on their main stage. You won’t want to miss this great episode of Voices In My Head.
Nearly 21 years ago, Living Water International set out to help the church in North America be the hands and feet of Jesus by serving the poorest of the poor. More than a billion people in the world live on less than a dollar a day. 783 million people lack access to safe drinking water. Join me and my guest Paul Darilek on today’s Podcast to find out how you can make a difference this Advent season and beyond by giving like Jesus.
Jonathan Nicholas has ignited passion through music for the past 20 years as a worship leader, arranger, songwriter, concert artist, and consultant to worship teams. Since 2003, Jonathan has served as the Worship and Arts Pastor at The Woods Church in Michigan. His love for God and the church is evident as he fervently lives out his call to see generations engage in authentic heartfelt worship. Jonathan was signed as an exclusive songwriter for LifeWay Worship in 2011. He and his wife Rachel live in metro Detroit with their four children Halle, Lilla, Eli and Luca.
My guest this week on the Voices In My Head Podcast is singer, songwriter, and guitarist Andy Gullahorn. The first time I ever heard Andy Gullahorn play guitar, I didn’t know him by name. I was watching a live music video by Andrew Peterson online and was blown away by the incredible backup guitarist that he had on stage. As time went on I discovered not only his name but that he was also the guitarist for Jill Phillips and was also an amazing Singer and Songwriter himself. His new album is titled “Beyond The Frame” and it is one of the top albums that I’ve had the pleasure of hearing this year offering tracks that literally make me laugh, make me cry, and make me want to be a better person.