Did you know your God-given purpose at the tender age of 13? Music artist Colton Dixon did. Click here to listen to the amazing testimony in my interview with this contemporary Christian singer.
Winning Souls for Christ is a far greater reward than winning American Idol. Colton Dixon has come a long way from seventh place on the 2007 season of the nationally beloved singing contest. Quickly gaining momentum in the music industry, he is now an established music artist currently on tour promoting his debut album entitled A Messenger. With an extraordinary talent such as his, he could sing any genre his heart desires, but he openly dedicates not only his singing career but his life to the furtherance of our Heavenly Father’s kingdom. Dixon is also quick to give God all of the credit for his success – a true model Christian and a young star any parent should feel comfortable with their child looking up to.
In his interview with All Christian News, this music artist — spiritually mature beyond his years — shares the testimony of first realizing God’s call on his life at the tender age of 13 to serve as a light in the music industry. Dixon also gives wisdom and words of encouragement to those still seeking the Lord concerning their purpose. Click here to listen to the podcast featuring my interview with Dixon and be blessed by what this soldier for Christ has to say about holding true to God’s Word in the midst of a highly secularized and sinfully glamorized industry. May it serve as a reminder to you to seek and serve the Lord in all that you do, and download it for free to share with someone you know whose spirit may be in need.
Ayvaunn Penn is an award-winning writer and author of Ephemeral Moments. This book of poetry and short stories addresses issues such as: struggles of faith, domestic abuse, racial injustice, a falling economy, and contemporary love – all through the eyes of a Christian. It is available for purchase on Create Space eStore. To preview the book, click here. To receive Ayvaunn’s daily Bible devotionals by email, click here.