Episode 66: Tim Nicholson

Tim holds qualifications from Armstrong University and the Berklee College of Music. He has also pursued studies at the Debrecen Conservatory (Debrecen, Hungary) and Royal Holloway (London, England). He has served on faculty at the Community Music School (Philadelphia, PA), Heritage Christian Academy (Lexington, SC), and Ben Lippen High School (Columbia, SC). Tim has served at a number of churches including the Hunter Army Chapel (Savannah, GA), Trinity Reformed Baptist (Joppa, MD), Lexington Presbyterian Church (Lexington, SC), Christ Presbyterian Church (Nashville, TN), and Covenant Presbyterian Church (Nashville, TN), where he currently serves as a liturgist and the director of music. Tim has served in many other roles over the years including whitewater guide, textbook author, choral conductor, and freelance designer. Tim enjoys reading the Atlantic, Coldplay, jazz, MLB baseball, reading, international travel, and any chance to be outdoors. He is married to Sandra and they have three children, two dogs, and a parakeet.


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Intersect showcases interviews with musicians who were once/or still are prominent Christian music artist, discussing how their encounter with Christ not only influenced the direction and intent of their music, but also the direction and intent of their individual lives.

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