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Good missions oriented worship songs?

Original message posted by Joshua Jones on 03-08-06.

I'm creating a list of missions oriented worship songs for a class we're teaching. I've thought of songs like "You Said" by Hillsongs and "Shout to The North." Can anyone recommend other good missions worship songs?

Reply by Ken on 06-16-06.

Dear Joshua, Below are two web sites with missions songs. Shalom, Ken Missions songs 1995, BMG Songs [ music and words printed in Hosanna! Songbook 10 ] [ recorded on CD "Mission of Praise" ]; Freely, Freely - Carol Owens (Matthew 10:8, ... Missions Songs - the unofficial list Have you seen the songbook Songs of Challenge put out by New Tribes Mission? There are quite a few mission songs in it, some not real well known. ...

Reply by Mike Griswold on 06-22-06.

Joshua, Matt Redmond has a song about missions. The lyrics talk about worship being the fuel for mission's flame. It's a powerful song about God being the ultimate driving force behind mission work. I recommend spending a little time searching for it. Mike Griswold p.s. I just found it onine...Album name "Facedown" track 11 called, "Mission's Flame" written in 2004

Reply by Alvar Helmes on 03-27-13.

Log onto this website: A mission song that I composed comes on immediately. However, it isn't contemporary. It's composed from the perspective of people in foreign countries asking for help. Hope you'll listen to it.

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