Posted by Wisdom Moon on 7 March 2018

This week we're joined by songwriter/producer, Joshua Silverberg. He's a writer on songs like "Miracles", "Encounter", and "Fierce". As you listen, you will quickly learn that Joshua's identity isn't found in his success as a songwriter or producer. It's found through the cross. Joshua speaks on healing, identity, and freedom. This is a powerful interview you don't want to miss!

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