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Here I Am Send Me Songbook

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Here I Am Send Me Songbook

Darlene Zschech

The songbook to accompany the CD/DVD of the same name.
Format: Songbook

RRP: £11.99

web price
£10.99

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The songbook to accompany the CD/DVD of the same name. Darlene’s first album of new worship material since 2013’s bestselling Revealing Jesus, has a few firsts It is her first album since being treated for cancer, and her first recording at Hope Unlimited Church where she and her husband Mark are pastors. Featuring new songs written by Darlene with established writers Martin Smith, Paul Baloche, Leeland Mooring and Jenn Johnson (Bethel), her album also features songs co-written with writers from their church. Various members of Hope Unlimited Church join Darlene in co-leading each song. Strong threads of both the greatness of God and the mandate to carry out the Great Commission permeate the album, inviting us to take worship to the nations and our neighbour alike. Rooted in the local church, all the songs of Here I Am Send Me are used in worship times at Darlene’s home church and are relatable and powerful for local churches around the world to use in congregational worship settings. A worship leader, pastor, singer, songwriter, speaker and author, Darlene Zschech has led millions of Christians in worship.

Additional Information

Author / Artist Darlene Zschech
Release Date 17 Mar 2017

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