Fireside Chats

FIRESIDE CHATS

With Trace Taylor and CCR's Norman Polden

A “fireside chat” (over Skype) between Trace Taylor, a singing artist, and Norman (CCR radio station manager) on “things Christian”. 15 minute chats from trusting in the wilderness to the ‘religion pigeon’, spiritual gates and doors, willow trees, The Shack, ’11th hour workers’ and much more besides, including an hour-long audio documentary about Trace’s life, with presenter and music journalist John Cheek (scroll to the bottom).

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On the subject of “trust”. The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

On the subject of “trust” (pt 2). The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

On the subject of “the wilderness feeling of CoronaVirus”. The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

On the subject of “the wilderness feeling of CoronaVirus” (pt 2). The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

On the subject of “Holy Spirit”. (Keeping in step, the Voice.) The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

On the subject of outdoor evangelism, baptism. The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

On the subject of “doing unusual things in CoronaVirus time”. The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

On the subject of “creative worship, food”. The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

This is the first part of a long chat about a Christian’s responsibility at this time and the the danger the church is in. Gates & doors, religion pigeon, battle days. The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

This is the second part of a long chat about a Christian’s responsibility at this time and the trust that the “new normal” will bring new people to Christianity in these end days. The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

This is the third part of a long chat about the “new normal” bringing new people to Christianity in these end days. Trace talks about the book “The Shack” and the thoughts it is bringing. Also mentioned are Willow trees and Holy Spirit. The music is from one of Trace’s published CDs.

This is the last part of a long chat about a Christian’s responsibility
at this time and the talk turns to food … and coffee.The music is from
one of Trace’s published CDs.

Listen below for an hour documentary of Trace talking with presenter John Cheek about her life. Hear about her struggles with mental illness as a teenager, get to know Trace the musician and learn of one of her latest projects set to reach out into the Ibiza club scene.