Posted by Wisdom Moon on 28 February 2018

Tom Smith of Soul Survivor joins us this week, recorded outdoors in the hills of Tennessee during our writers retreat. Tom shares a story of when he got lost inside a prison, he gives his best effort at a southern accent, and also talks about putting a high value on waiting on the Holy Spirit in our gatherings.

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