Discovering Your Worth Through Music || with Paul Cardall, Kenz Hall, and Charley Jenkins

Wednesday, April 4, 2018


"We need to create something for someone else that they might not be able to create themselves."     
~Charley Jenkins                        

Surely, we can all agree that music has defined our lives from time to time--but what about save our lives?

That's exactly what the Worth of Souls project and album is trying to do.  Paul Cardall and a troop of incredible artists collaborated to create a movement designed to save people who are at the brink of complete despair, to pull them back from depression, doubt, anxiety, negativity, and worthlessness.  

Paul and two of his artists--Kenz Hall and Charley Jenkins--joined the podcast today to talk about the project and why they're passionate about it, the mission behind their songs, and how music has the unique ability to change--and even rescue--lives by reminding us all of our eternal value.


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Show Notes
Worth Of Souls Project--where you can get the album, find out more about it and the project, and explore resources.  PLEASE SHARE IT!
Paul's website, Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook
Kenz's website, Instagram, Youtube, and Facebook
Charley's website, YouTube, and Facebook
PAST INTERVIEW WITH PAUL
Last week's episode: Managing Our Thoughts to Find More Joy in Parenthood, with Lisa Andersen
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Song Credit: "Sweet Promise" and "Tonight" by Nicolai Heidlas

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