Episode 47: Road Rules! Have a Plan or Live In Your Mom’s Basement

Does a band need a clear vision to succeed? What is a covenant and how is it relevant to a Christian artist? In this first episode of the new series “Road Rules," the P&I regulars discuss these other related topics and Luke admits he supports girl bands.
  • Wednesday, 10 May 2017 12:28
Provoke&Inspire Podcast

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Presented by Ben Pierce, David Pierce, Chad Johnson, Luke Greenwood

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