2012 GRAMMY Best Contemporary Christian Music Song
by Laura Story;
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Full Product Description
Blessings CD by Laura Story is a rich follow up to 'Great God Who Saves' - Laura’s 2009 Dove Award winning Inspirational Album of the Year and includes authentic and powerful music.
Personally and musically, Blessings presents Laura's journey and lyrically maintains roots of worship.
Laura effortlessly moves you through the celebration of resting in God’s provision, with a voice that is a beautiful wash of warmth, comfort and ease.
Laura Story co-wrote Chris Tomlin’s 2004 No.1 worship hit ‘Indescribable’. Laura Story is music and women’s ministry leader at 4,000 member Perimeter mega-church of Atlanta, Georgia; the same in the same US city as Chris Tomlin’s and Louie Giglio’s 'Passion Movement' Church.
Blessings CD by Laura Story was published by Fair Trade Services in April 2011 and is our 9463rd best seller. The ISBN for Blessings CD is 000768487327.
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CD Track Listing and Samples
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Disc 1This is the Day
Friend of Sinners
You are Love
What a Saviour
Your Name will be Praised
One Life to Lose
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Details for Blessings CD
|Page last updated||7th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Laura Story|
|Publisher||Fair Trade Services (April 2011)|