A vision of the serpentine spirits in the industry of
media and music–and in the church
Get Snakes in the Lobby in:
This little book has already sent shock waves through the Christian music industry. It should send them through the Church as well. The deceptions and strongholds that gripped much of the Christian music industry are only a reflection of what has gripped the Church. The message of this book is vitally important for our times; it is not a sweet little bedtime story. Rather, it is a trumpet call to wake up, shake off the chains that are binding us, and take our stand for truth and righteousness.”
–Roger Joyner, Morning Star Ministries
This vision has been translated into nine languages around the world and has been instrumental in liberating multitudes within the creative community and from all walks of life. It exposes the darkness that permeates and points us toward our God-given destiny and victory in the Light.
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Scott MacLeod, author of

and Founder of Provision International,
has a vision to mobilize the creative community for compassion and justice, and to see asecond Renaissance – the rebirth of music and arts
for God’s glory and for global Harvest.

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