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The Power of Music by Don Staddon Jr.

The Power of Music

by Don Staddon Jr.

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"The Power of Music is a scholarly study that is long overdue and desperately needed! It confronts the Goliath of our day and defies the golden image that so many are falling down to worship, I am extremely impressed with the research, scholarship, and presentation of this message!" Don Staddon Jr. has worked in the field of electrical engineering for twenty eight years and writes as a layman to laymen. He and his family have sung and spoken in many churches and at various community activities with the simple goal of encouraging families to seek God's best. A number of their children have had opportunities to serve in ministries throughout the United States and abroad. Don currently lives among the beautiful hills of West Virginia.

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