“Music speaks to what cannot be expressed, soothes the mind and gives it rest, heals the heart and makes it whole, flows from heaven to the soul.”   author unknown


Steve Siler is the founder and director of Music for the Soul, a multi-award-winning, not-for-profit ministry, using songs and stories to bring the healing and hope of Jesus to people in deep pain.

Through the power of music, covered in prayer, Siler writes songs that touch the deep places of pain that comes from abuse, grief, cancer, loss, depression, suicide and so much more.


In today’s episode, Steve shares:

  • The story that changed his life to pursue God’s calling.
  • How music affects our brain and is especially helpful in unlocking painful memories of trauma.
  • How a song called “Innocent Child” ministered to the deep pain of childhood sexual abuse to women at a conference.
  • How the arts have the ability to communicate healing to the most private places of our hearts.

Steve has also authored three books which can be found on their website, along with all of the songs that have been written to minister to those who are experiencing deep pain.

I highly recommend you reach out and connect with Steve and experience what has been so beautifully created for all of us who want to be healed. 



Website – http://www.musicforthesoul.org

Books – The Praise & Worship Devotional

Music for the Soul, Healing for the Heart, Lessons from a Life in Song

Twenty Three: Reflections Inspired by Psalm 23



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