Paul Cardall Releases ‘The Broken Miracle’ Album & Book

 

Staff | February 5, 2021 

Nashville, TN (February 3, 2021) 
Christian music songwriter and producer—and former Mormon—Paul Cardall, has announced the upcoming release of his newest album, as well as a new book. 

The new album, The Broken Miracle, is a memoir type album, following the story of his life and it’s based on the biographical fiction novel of the same name, which was written by J.D. Netto, the book will be released on February 2, with the album following on February 5. 

Paul posted this statement on FB back in October of 2020: 
“I’m usually very private about my faith because I respect each of you who come from a variety of Christian denominations, and those who are faithful in their Judaism, Hinduism, Islam, and even some of my Atheist and Agnostic friends. I respect your journey as you’ve respected mine. 

As a Christian, there comes a time in our lives when we can no longer deny a spiritual transformation that occurs in our lives as we honestly, humbly, and submissively seek answers and healing from God. 

Over the past decade, my life has dramatically shifted away from Mormonism towards Christ. Growing up I believed in Jesus and knew Him because I relied on Him desperately with every illness. I give God the credit for guiding my medical team on raising me from the dead, temporarily like Lazarus, and fixing me though organ donation. Jesus changed my heart literally and began changing my heart spiritually these past few years. 

The law of Moses was fulfilled and yet for 45 years I’ve continued to read the law and participate in rituals with a symbolic veil over my eyes (2 Corinthians 3:15). Like Saul, I was ambitious in declaring boldly that I knew it all…but that’s a whole other conversation. Needless to say, like Saul I, too, was blind and I apologize. 

I love you all so much. 

If you are interested in pursuing a life filled with sincere healing—free from judgement in a world where Jesus asked the woman caught in the very act of adultery, “Where are thine accusers?” “None, Lord.” “Then neither do I condemn thee” come with me. Where Jesus waited to mentor a woman at the well He knew was living with a man who wasn’t her husband, whoever was forever changed by that one by one encounter, then come. And to many more misfits, outcasts, moths, who were rejected by the Church of His day, that He encountered and healed, come let’s follow this Jesus. He is my God and He wants to be your God. All are welcome to the table. Come with me, let’s go follow Him and encounter all those in need of healing, compassion, mercy, and love. None are rejected. Know the truth and this truth, which is Jesus, will set you Free… I testify of this—I am free.” — Paul Cardall

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