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Episode Info: Again, I have to thank Kris Camealy for giving me this name to interview. Her name is Christa Wells, and I'm excited to finally be able to share with you this interview I had with her a few weeks back. *I appologize for the delay in publishing this podcast. I thought I could handle finishing this book I'm working on (Love God Like Your Life Depends On It), while writing for my personal blog and bibledoing, taking care of four children, and interviewing two people for the podcast each week. But alas I couldn't, and the podcast got put on the back-burner. For the remainder of the summer, I plan on giving you 2 podcasts per month, with the intention of ramping that schedule up come fall. And do let me know if you've enjoyed the podcast I started on here so far. Please send me an email. Leave a comment. Write an iTunes review. I would greatly appreciate it. I only want to continue this podcast if it's truly something you all are enjoying and finding useful.   Who Is Christa Wells? Christa lives with her family in North Carolina and performs primarily on the East Coast and Midwest, sharing the stage with fellow singer/songwriter, Nicole Witt.  She is also committed to ongoing work with Masterpiece Ministries, whose mission is to provide summer camps for young artists, encouraging them toward creative excellence and Christ-centered living. Singer/Songwriter Christa Wells is best known for writing Natalie Grant's hit single "Held," but her albums will leave you breathless. How Emptiness Sings (2011) Frame the Clouds (2009) A Rogers/Wells Project: so much to tell you (2006) Follow Christa on her website at Christa Wells Music Like her Facebook page (and be sure to Suggest Christa Wells to Your Friends) Why Should I Listen? I really enjoyed talking to Christa and having her share her insights and story. You're going to love it! She shares how she got into music and how she has learned to share her own music, despite fears of being on the stage and how sick she felt about that part of it. When I was least comfortable and most afraid and felt I failed biggest, that was when God used me the most in people's lives. I've found repeatedly that God has called me to do it despite myself. Having all those accumulated moments of terror that God walked with me through, and how I saw Him at work. I might feel like a failure but He is faithful and able to do what He wants with me. Out of that, I've become less fearful and anxiety ridden and more willing to step
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