Snakes in the Lobby:

Patricia King Interviews Scott MacLeod

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Are There Snakes in Christian Music?

Scott MacLeod has been a successful Christian musician and producer who has worked with some of the biggest companies and biggest names in the worship industry. During his time in the Christian music business he saw many things that broke his heart and taught him how worldly mixture, love of money, and desire for fame can twist and pervert even the best kingdom intentions. Scott joins Patricia on this episode of Everlasting Love TV to share some cautionary tales and reveal how we can press into God and allow Him to keep our hearts pure as we pursue His call upon our lives.

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