On the Music for the Soul Podcast, we talk honestly about a variety of difficult, life changing topics. So, where did Music for the Soul get its start? What lead to its creation of using music and song as a tool for hope and healing? What are the plans for the future as Music for the Soul navigates an ever changing, tumultuous world?
In this conversation with Founder of Music for the Soul, Steve Siler. he shares what called him to create Music for the Soul after pursuing a career in music. He talks about how he immediately saw impact in people’s lives as they listened to the songs he wrote and performed, and how they could be used as a powerful tool for restoration. Steve also shares some of the stories that have impacted him the most while working for Music for the Soul and then discusses the future projects they are working on to continue to help more and more people.
Who is Steve Siler?
Steve Siler is an award winning songwriter, video producer, and music producer. He is also a speaker, author, and founder and director of Music for the Soul. Through his work through Music for the Soul he has been called “The father of the healing Christian music movement.” As a songwriter Siler has had over 500 of his songs recorded in the Christian, pop, & country markets.
Nominated for multiple Dove Awards, Siler won Inspirational Song of the Year with I Will Follow Christ. Circle of Friends and Not Too Far From Here are the best known of his nine #1 Contemporary Christian songs and forty-five top ten singles.
As a speaker Siler has appeared at the The National Center on Sexual Exploitation Summit, the National Right to Life Convention, and The American Association of Christian Counselors among many others.
Siler is the author of three books; The Praise & Worship Devotional, Music for the Soul, Healing for the Heart: Lessons from a Life in Song, and Twenty Three: Reflections Inspired by Psalm 23.
Learn more about everything Music for the Soul works towards, listen to our entire catalog and more at www.musicforthesoul.org