By Logan Merrick
This is the tale of a 20-something expert musician who got here nearer than he had ever been to dwelling the existence he dreamed within the Christian song undefined. Weeks from signing with a big label, his desires got here crashing down round him, leading to the lack of buddies. ministry, and his religion in God. learn alongside as he stocks his trip of loss and redemption. via his reports, he deals perception on how one can spot the idols on your lifestyles and illustrates tips to chase a God-driven dream with no permitting it to turn into your religious demise.
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Chasing Dreams, Killing Idols:A Story of Almost Famous by Logan Merrick