Rock & Roll Preacher

Rock & Roll Preacher - Chuck Girard

Rock & Roll Preacher


Life is a LoveSong


A look at the history of the Jesus Movement, Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, and CCM through the eyes of one who lived it.


The only history of the iconic band LoveSong, arguably the first Christian rock band to become well-known.


An account of alcohol addiction and deliverance. Explore the seductive attraction of the Hippie culture of the '60s and one man's journey into it.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.

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Life is a LoveSong


A look at the history of the Jesus Movement, Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, and CCM through the eyes of one who lived it.


The only history of the iconic band LoveSong, arguably the first Christian rock band to become well-known.


An account of alcohol addiction and deliverance. Explore the seductive attraction of the Hippie culture of the '60s and one man's journey into it.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.


After years of searching for meaning through drugs, Buddhism, sex, and Eastern philosophy, a long-haired hippie musician walked his bare feet into a little country church and encountered the living God. Confounded by the simplicity of the gospel, a young Chuck Girard dedicated his life to Jesus during the height of the sexual revolution and civil unrest that characterized the decade of the '60s. Along with thousands of other "Jesus Freaks" who came to be known as the Jesus Movement, Chuck's story was only just getting started.

From drugged-out hippie to pioneer of Contemporary Christian Music, Rock & Roll Preacher chronicles the true story of Chuck Girard, founder of the iconic band, Love Song. Told through his own eyes, he documents the history of the Jesus Movement, the growth of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Love Song, and the CCM industry.

Yet at the pinnacle of success as a Contemporary Christian music artist in the '80s, alcoholism threatened to end his successful ministry, reputation, and family. What happens when a famous Christian singer struggles with addiction? Where is God when his followers are less than perfect? Can God heal, deliver, and restore?

This raw and honest memoir is both refreshing and convicting. Pulling no punches, Chuck draws from his deep well of experience following Jesus for over 40 years, through the highs and lows of real life. From losing his father at the age of five, walk with Chuck as he searched for God, and found so much more... a Father who would heal his deepest wounds, and walk with him for a lifetime.

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