Episode 26: Spoken-word Poet Devyn Page

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Devyn Page is a podcast host, writer, college student, and an amazing spoken-word poet. His creative combo of gifts is only one of the reasons why I have been dying to have him as a guest on Still With You! You will learn so much for this friend with the heart of a fighter. Devyn is honest in sharing that he has faced pain, experienced disappointments, and even endured seasons of depression throughout his life. Yet, he uses his trials and emotions as fuel to write passionate poetry that honor the Kingdom of God. I am surprised each time I watch Devyn stand on stage and speak. His words are deep in wisdom and his ideas are brilliant. I am so thankful to have a friend who loves to love words and literature, and who views Jesus as the ultimate author and artist. Welcome my bro, Devyn Page.

This episode mentions…

Devyn Page

The Men Who Walk on Clouds poetry blog by Devyn Page

Poetry N’ Motion podcast 

Pensacola Blue Wahoos

Beautiful Eulogy

For Today

Mattie Montgomery

Andy Mineo 

“Wild Things” by Andy Mineo  

“Uncomfortable” by Andy Mineo 

Apocalyptica

“Tremble” by Mosaic MSC

Evernote App 

“Seasons” by Hillsong Worship 

The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad

You will not fear the terror of night, nor the arrow that flies by day, nor the pestilence that stalks in the darkness, nor the plague that destroys at midday” -Psalm 91:5-6

Music, “Soaring” by Kristie Masing@kristiemasing

 

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