30 | From Dropping Acid in the Hippie Generation to The Founding Father of Christian Music with Paul Clark | Lenya Heitzig
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30 | From Dropping Acid in the Hippie Generation to The Founding Father of Christian Music with Paul Clark

This interview took us back in time in an incredible way. ⁣

Paul Clark’s beautiful story-telling will get you out of your own world and take you back to a time of hippies, Woodstock and what the world looked like in the 70s. He shares his story about dropping acid, being a part of the drug scene in the 70s and how he became one of the founding fathers of Christian music before Christian music was even a thing. ⁣

We talk about the comparisons of 2020 to those times in the 70s with riots and movements and how we are seeing society circling back to the same place. ⁣

Paul focuses heavily on the importance of God’s calling in your life: why you matter, how you can be used by God even if you don’t feel “shiny” or worthy and shares a great “steering wheel” analogy to bring our listeners a sense of purpose and hope.⁣

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