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JOHN CHISUM: Why the World Needs Your Best Christmas Songs Now

Join us in this special Christmas edition of the Song Revolution podcast with John Chisum, where we delve into the art and soul of Christian songwriting. 

In this episode, John shares his insights and personal journey in the world of music, emphasizing the importance of continuous learning and growth in songwriting. He discusses the transformative power of songs in living a better life and connecting more deeply with God’s love, regardless of whether you’re a songwriter or not. 

Special highlights include a retrospective of the year’s best episodes, insightful interviews, and the impactful story behind John’s first Christmas single, “O Night Divine” co-written with NCS Pro Song Mastery student LeeAnn Shade.

This episode is a treasure trove of inspiration for aspiring songwriters and artists, offering practical advice, spiritual encouragement, and a reminder of the endless possibilities in Christian music. Tune in to get inspired and learn how to harness your talents to make a difference in the world through songwriting.

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