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Jay Sekulow interviews world-renowned drummer and author Zoro.

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Internationally acclaimed drummer and author, Zoro is known by another name—“The Minister of Groove.” That’s the nickname rock superstar Lenny Kravitz gave him, and it signifies that Zoro is much more than a musician. He’s an ordained minister, someone who cares deeply about people and who wants to see their lives enriched and drawn closer to God. In this episode, Jay Sekulow interviews the world-renowned musician.

Learn more about his ministry here.

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