48: Joel Salazar, Musician


Join Joel Salazar as he recounts his love of music and how it set the course for his life.


I never would have thought that I would be doing what I love to do and getting paid for it.

I love being around people. I’ve always wanted to touch people’s lives, and God has given me the opportunity to share my music with people.

For the first time ever, I found out that Jesus loved me, and I found what I was missing. It changed everything.

I made sure I did what I had to do. There were a lot of people helping me, and I wasn’t going to let them down.

The whole thing is not just about music, but touching people’s lives and how they respond–not only the people listening, but the people who are doing the music.

The church is not dead! The church is strong because the church is us, and [trial has] made us stronger than ever.


Howard Payne University https://www.hputx.edu/

Houston University https://hbu.edu/

Southwestern Theological University https://swbts.edu/

First Baptist Church Grand Prairie https://www.fbcgp.org

Concert video: https://youtu.be/LaSAJvp4d8g?list=TLGGoS94_q0E7VEyOTAzMjAyMg

Sheltered in Your Love video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgVMKeWWxm8


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