WeAreWorship Podcast #91: Find Me Faithful - Ryan Stevenson

Posted by Wisdom Moon on 3 May 2018

On this week’s podcast, we’re joined by Ryan Stevenson (writer of songs like “Eye of the Storm”, “Speak Life”, and “The Gospel”). We discuss his journey of pursuing music, being a paramedic, the power of our words, and the danger of going after the wrong things in your church.

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