Episode 43 • Songwriting with David Leonard [All Sons & Daughters]

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

We keep getting amazing feedback from how these interviews are helping and encouraging so many people! This is another one that will definitely not disappoint.

One of the things we love most about David Leonard is his ability to share from the deepest parts of his heart, the things that God is teaching him and walking with him thru.

When songs come from a personal, intimate place of worship, they have a powerful effect on not only the songwriter, but throughout the church. Listen in as David shares his journey with All Sons & Daughters, the story behind Great Are You Lord, and what he’s doing next!

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