Allen Christopher Paul

Allen Christopher Paul
Allen Christopher Paul
God and Gigs
Do you want to enjoy a career in music without compromising your faith?
If so, this book is for you. Here you’ll discover the steps to become a successful musician who excels in every area of life, all while embracing your spiritual foundation.
Inside you’ll find key concepts practiced by top music industry pros, who share in their own words how they handled the same struggles you face. These pros have worked with artists such as Julio Iglesias, Israel and New Breed, Timbaland, Brandy, Take 6, Flo Rida, Donnie McClurkin, Jon Secada, Tasha Cobbs, Martha Munizzi and many others.
You’ll learn how to:
• Find more balance between career and family
• Get inspired and create your best work ever
• Embrace your calling as a musician
• Use your unique influence to make a difference
You don’t have to sacrifice your faith to find success in the music industry, and the proof is in these pages. But you have to take the first step.
Will you take on the challenge?

About the Author
Allen C.Paul has 20 years experience as a church staff musician, performing artist and teacher. He has performed with a variety of artists from pop, R&B and Christian genres, and currently serves as co-musical director at Metro Life Church in Miami, FL. His passions are helping people from all walks of life to confidently express their God-given creativity through the arts, and spending time with his wife Lia and their three children.
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Allen C.Paul has over 20 years experience as a church staff musician, performing artist and teacher. He has performed with a variety of artists from pop, R&B and Christian genres, and currently serves as co-musical director at Metro Life Church in Miami, FL. His passions are helping people from all walks of life to confidently express their God-given creativity through the arts, and spending time with his wife Lia and their three children.
Music, Creativity, entrepreneurship, Christian ethics, teaching / education, Church Leadership / Ministry, family life

It is difficult to make a man miserable while he feels worthy of himself and claims kindred to the great God who made him. – Abraham Lincoln