Songs Of Hope CD

by New Scottish Arts;

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Songs Of Hope

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Songs of Hope is a collection of emotive and original songs featuring lead vocalists Steph Macleod, Yvonne Lyon, Lins Honeyman and Ellyn Oliver. Covering an eclectic range of styles, the album is centred around an eternal hope in the face of present day injustice, suffering, lament and loss.

The project is the result of an ongoing partnership between New Scottish Arts and Open Doors, seeking to raise awareness of the issues currently facing the Persecuted Church. "We dream of a world in which every Christian who is persecuted is remembered and supported by other Christians" - Open Doors UK

Songs Of Hope by New Scottish Arts was published by Elevation Music in May 2016 and is our 62981st best seller. The ISBN for Songs Of Hope is OD060.

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Disc 1

I Will Hope
Who Can Compare?
Let Your Love Enfold
Lead Me to the Rock
Psalm 23
O Wounded Church Arise
The Night Will Pass
All That You Do
When All is Said and Done


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Details for Songs Of Hope

Page last updated 19th June 2017
Author / ArtistNew Scottish Arts
PublisherElevation Music (May 2016)
Product Code4433087
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