Jacoby Shaddix, frontman of the rock band Papa Roach, says following Jesus Christ has been essential part of in his life, despite his negative opinion of other Christians.
In a recent interview with the U.K.’s Kerrang! magazine, Shaddix was asked how his faith has played a role in getting him through the difficult periods of his life.
“It’s been key for me. I follow a man named Jesus and I think he’s awesome,” Shaddix declared. “Unfortunately, there are a lot of terrible f—–g Christians out there, but when living in a relationship with my higher power, I feel like I’m clicked in to the ultimate power in the f—–g universe.”
The rocker went on to say that he’s still on his spiritual journey and has experienced his fair share of ups and downs.
“Don’t get it twisted — I’ve certainly had my struggles and failures in my spiritual life, but my walk with God has been one that’s evolved over the years,” he continued.
Shaddix became the lead singer of Papa Roach in 1993. He first talked about his faith during an Easter service at Capital Christian Church in Sacramento, California, in 2014, where he revealed that he became a believer in 2013. He testified that he came to that conclusion after getting fed up with the never-ending cycle that comes with a life of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law