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Embrace the timeless call to share the Gospel as we celebrate the responsibility of missions. A charge to support those answering the call globally, ensuring the praises of the Lord endure.

Into All the World

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PraiseGathering Music’s creative team discusses the making of their new missions musical, “Into All the World.” (Jump to Video Transcript)

“Into All The World”

Released: November 2010
Created by: Randy Vader and Jay Rouse
Produced by: Randy Vader and Jay Rouse
Performance Time: 48 min.
Voicings: SATB

Product Description:

The call to spread the good news of the Gospel echoes through the centuries directly from the Savior. Jesus had a unique worldview because He was the first born over all creation; everything was created by Him and for Him. He chose the time and place of His appearing on Earth. He became the physical manifestation of God’s love. His example and teaching changed the course of history – His sacrifice and Resurrection changed the course of eternity.

The earthly ministry of the Master was coming to an end – the ministry of sharing His message was just beginning. However, He promised to be with us – even to the end of the age. This work is a celebration of the call to serve – a challenge to see the responsibility of missions in a new Light – and a charge to surround those that surrender their lives to the task of the Great Commission to go INTO ALL THE WORLD. Because of the saints that have come before – because of the sacrifice of those who continue to support missions around the world – because of those who still answer the call – and because of being blessed and empowered by the Holy Spirit, the name of Jesus is lifted across the globe – AND THE SUN NEVER SETS ON THE PRAISES OF THE LORD!

Titles:

• Into All the World Overture
• He Reigns
• Into All the World
• Use Me
• We Don’t Fear the Darkness
• The Cross Before Me
• To Hold a Hand
• Jesus Saves
• Song for the Nations
• Counting on God

Drama Synopsis

David and Beth Martin believe in missions. As a young teen David invested his time in local missions and as a result the life of Jonathon Herrera was changed forever. Now as a young husband and father David hopes to instill this message on his daughter’s heart and create a legacy of giving. The families of David and Jonathon intersect years later. See God’s heart for the nations confirmed in this drama that speaks to both local and extra local missions.

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Into All the World

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Transcript (Auto Generated)

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hi we are here in the music room at
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phrase gathering music group I’m Rose
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Aspinall and this is back story if you
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were here for our first back story
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welcome back if you are here with us for
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the first time come on in we’re glad
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you’re here with us we are here with the
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whole creative team at praise gathering
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and Randy do you want to do some
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introductions I would love to hi I’m
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Randy Vader and I’m the owner and
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founder of praise gathering and we’re
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here today to talk about a new musical
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that we wanted to share some things with
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you but first I wanted to do meet our
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creative team these are the three folks
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that i work with do all of the things
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that finally come out to you they
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arrange the music thing do the dvds they
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do all these things in Jodi here Jody
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hull she’s the head of media ministries
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here and her job is to oversee all the
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creative development of our DVDs and we
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have been having such wonderful success
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with that and so many great comments
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from around the country Jodi is the
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newest the employee of us here she’s
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been here 17 and a half years 17 minutes
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she’s the kid this is anything she had
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the baby and over here you would
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certainly recognize this gentleman we
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have been working together for a long
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time couple decades I was audience 78 I
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took you right out of gym class with a
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seventh grade at very young jay is the
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reef is the vice president praise
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gathering and he is responsible for all
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the creative output on everything all
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the music all the arrangers all the
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recording and of course is very active
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as a composer and arranger himself Rose
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Aspen aunt is the director of worship
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arts and that encompasses a lot of
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different things here number one our
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dramas and readings of different things
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that we’re starting to put up on the net
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and the Rose also works as a producer
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and a writer with me as we develop
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musicals and develop script and develop
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narrations and you might recognize her
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voice too because she’s the person that
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narrates all these musicals with me so
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that’s our creative team and I forgot to
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tell you you’ve been here since 88 since
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88 and you were not far behind there not
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far behind so 20 some years the kid 17
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so
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Randy so many people when you go out to
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conferences and speaking engagements
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they just love hearing the stories that
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you tell about our songs and about our
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musical so as we promised in our last
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back story we wanted to talk a little
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bit about what led you to create
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emissions musical well you know they all
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they all had their own story Jay will
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tell you that too very seldom does a
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musical end up with the idea we had at
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the beginning but this one was rather
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unusual this musicals into all the world
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missions musical I was in Texas Music
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Texas a year ago and a friend of ours
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from down there named Wally black he and
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I had dinner at an outback steakhouse
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and just in the middle of dinner he said
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to me if you ever considered doing a
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major musical on missions and I said you
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know I I really hadn’t thought much
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about it he said how would you like to
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just explore the idea you and Jay but
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musical that centers on the idea that
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the Sun never sets on the praises of the
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Lord I don’t even remember the rest of
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the conversation at night I remember
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getting back and ecology and saying I
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think I think this is something we
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really need to look at and with our
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association with life wait there’s
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company the sole mission minded it just
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seemed like a really really something we
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need to follow through on so I thought I
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might tell you just a little bit about
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the process of well so we do that when
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we bring an idea for a musical Jay and I
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pretty much have to decide is this
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something we want to pursue is this is
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this going to be a good thing for us and
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then we kind of break up into little
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groups here yeah rose and I go off to
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work on the narrative and getting the
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storyline together checking the songs
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with Jay to make sure all the songs are
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picking are going to work as we tie this
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thread together and then prepare for the
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narrations but once we get all that done
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all of those pieces parts we give this
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stack of music to J and you and I
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actually I’ve said it many times it’s
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really my favorite part of the whole
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process
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the time I get to spend with just the
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music and Senate my piano sort of
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putting it all together and I I
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typically approach it much like you said
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this book that comes to me is usually
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more than enough ideas for me to sort of
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wade through and so I start to just put
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together a service I start from the
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beginning and sort of develop it
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checking like Randy saying the different
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songs the styles the solos all those
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kind of things so it begins to sort of
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ebb and flow and make its way into a
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work and for me that process is both the
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most rewarding and probably the most
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time-consuming because I just keep
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mulling it over those are the most
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sleepless nights when I’m trying to
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figure out you know is this really going
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to work or that seems like a great idea
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on Tuesday and then on Thursday not such
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a great idea so that part takes a little
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while and then typically when I get it
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the narration is probably eighty ninety
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percent ready so I do all the actual
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charts themselves the full songs and
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then come back as we’re getting really
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close to the sessions and do all the
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underscores start to you know we’ve
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everything together and make that feel
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good which leads us then to the actual
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studio session studio session and once
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that’s accomplished we get this musical
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recorded then the whole responsibility
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shifts over to Jodi it tell us about
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what you do well um I first of all get
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so excited as this process begins Randy
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can’t contain himself usually it has to
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come in and I know he visits all of our
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offices at diversity shares with us the
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ideas for the songs and the narration
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and we all catch a little of that spark
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and it does it stirs in you that
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anticipation can’t wait to get started
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for me once we get in the studio I just
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begin to saturate myself with the music
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the narrations until you have a big
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picture it’s really hard to choose a
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song and narrow it down but I usually
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sit down with paper and pen and trying
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an idea to go with each song which one’s
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of these will we have lyrics throughout
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on the screen we all Mull it over
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together and as ideas that begin to
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appear on the screen and everyone comes
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in and has an opinion to offer please we
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always have an opinion never lack
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opinion sir fact I was just thinking
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that when we start a new process a new
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musical when it goes to Jodi i’m usually
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off starting the next project yeah the
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highways true yeah and they they’re not
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really sad to see me go because their
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trials because we’re trying to do Easter
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he’s talked about Christmas or we’re
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trying to do missions and he’s talking
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about next year’s Christmas yeah we got
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very much folks we got some great ones
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coming our promises just few wait so
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Jodi is as I mentioned all these years
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we’ve all worked together we really try
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to share each other’s loan Jay has been
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so involved in the development of the
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DVD but one of the things that I’m most
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proud about is that Jay and I decided
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early on in our career that on our music
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that we would personally produce
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everything we would be in the studio and
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do it at j really has followed through
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and done that same thing when we went to
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the dvds i wanted to do that in the
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house well we tried it wants me around
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week we did it the very first one we did
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and it went great it’s not necessarily
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that was a difficult process but for us
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because we’re so committed to not you
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know literally interpreting these lyrics
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we’re trying to really enhance the
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worship experience make it more you know
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than it is with just singing with
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require and especially for smaller
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churches who don’t have orchestras or
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aren’t able to do all the you know the
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extra things this allows them a really
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great way to just put some visuals on
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your screen and enhance your worship
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experience so we’re really committed to
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being having her hands and every bit of
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that and that facilitated Jodi you know
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she had a natural inclination to this
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already she had the program she started
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developing and so over the last 45 years
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I mean we do video shoots we didn’t we
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do it all you know we we had a lamb in
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the basement for Christmas now we had a
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goal a go mama go
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can I office yeah well it seems like a
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good idea when we loo like camp up yeah
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roses we go to derogate they dude like
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to have hands-on though in fact i think
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we probably are a little bit of control
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freaks but oh no all of this directors
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are if we weren’t control freaks we’d be
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singing in the clock we’re tracking the
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fire so now I wanted to talk a little
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bit about once once we get all this
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stuff going we’re thinking about
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individual songs we had an idea for the
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opening of into all the world and what I
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wanted to do is have this international
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flavor about it and I wanted it to be
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built around the melody to I have
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decided to follow Jesus so I sat down
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with Jay and just kind of shared what i
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was thinking here in jay took that idea
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and at our friend Riley means to a basic
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track really talented guy in fact all I
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did was sit him we want to use the you
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know the melody of I’ve had have decided
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to follow Jesus and we want to visit
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where do we start Africa then we go to
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Ireland then we hit the Caribbean and we
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sorta end up in Asia and I said what do
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you think Raleigh and he got really
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quiet for a minute and then he said well
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give me a couple days and about three or
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four days later he sent me sort of a
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rough version of it and basically it
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stayed that I mean it’s just an well you
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sent it to me on my phone I’m very the
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airport and I’m listening to it on my
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phone thinking man this is going to be
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fun yeah when I think is a great
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springboard than for Jody because
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there’s so much there’s so many pictures
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being created in the music and it
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allowed you to to find lots of great
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images okay well what do you think you
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think we can give them an opportunity to
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hear it yeah I think we can do that this
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we’re going to show you here is the
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opening it’s the well kind of an
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overture cuz it’s all instead you’re
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right it’s over China it’s the opening
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to annul into all the world so here’s
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the finished product let us share with
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you
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you
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you
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Oh
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awesome what’s up so what you just heard
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was what we call the overtures just sort
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of a mini overture actually and from
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there we go into he reigns which is an
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opening worship song a great lyric again
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for missions as a whole and that’s sort
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of our opening worship song that gives
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you a chance for your congregation to
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sing and stand up and sing with you and
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then we do a song called into all the
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world all the world which is special to
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me ran because we wrote that how many
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years ago 10 yeah at least 10 15 um I
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say oh yeah I same with a good my wife
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and Mark Clark I’m and this is one of
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songs we sang all the time and so it was
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really special to me back in those days
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and they get chance to bring it back and
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it became an anchor yeah and you know
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what it’s so interesting we never used
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this in a min oh I know and it was it
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was the perfect song for the musical
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after that night when I talked to Wally
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I knew we were going to call this into
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all the world and Jay was right on with
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me about that and then as we
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collectively talk about it it this
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excitement just starts the bill
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especially when the songs are coming in
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that he gives the next song yeah I
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learned goodness 15 years ago of the
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brooklyn tabernacle and it’s just such a
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great arrangement and if you can use
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anything lord you can use me I mean
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that’s just right and what I love about
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that ran is we tend to think of missions
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as Africa and this brings it back home
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to us from the idea of you know your
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neighbor in fact some one quick story my
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pastor at my church where I’m going now
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I go to a church plant is about well not
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a ton of people over seventy percent of
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our churches unchurched and when I first
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started going there he took me to lunch
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and we got to talk and I said is there
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anything I can do to help thinking he
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would talk about music he looked at me
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he said well you can start by taking
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your neighbor to dinner and I thought oh
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I see and that’s just his heart as his
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heart is to minister to this community
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so that this community is grateful to
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have our church in this area that’s what
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I feel like use me really speaks to yeah
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really done right where you are you know
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yeah and then we go into we don’t fear
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the darkness which is an idea started
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with you mm-hmm well it is this whole
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thing of
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when we’re called to missions we’re not
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called to just go off by ourselves the
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assumption is what what God promised us
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jesus said I’m with you always even to
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the end of the age so when you’re
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walking into a situation that you’re not
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sure about that you don’t know we have
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promises we have eternal promises so
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that that was kind of a special song and
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then the next one until how cool the
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music was other music is very cool
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Randy’s all kinds of stuff so that
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you’ll hear some areas nice they’re
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great kind of bon jovi if you don’t
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absolutely my grandpa that my grandson
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actually showed me the song that I kind
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of took the feel off him and crossed
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before me was a great opportunity for me
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to get to work with Mike Carlin lifeway
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connection and just an incredible man
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incredible minister incredible heart mr.
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Stein pastors are definitely in the
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lyric you’ll never possess me he and I
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we were at a conference called cmpa a
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year ago and I asked Mike if he would
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write a lyric for us on the cross before
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me which of course closes out that’s the
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last part of the I have decided to
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follow Jesus and I didn’t want to use
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that song I wanted a new song and Mike
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he’s so talented as you said in his
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heart is so good and he set such a great
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gift at lyric and then Jay really outdid
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himself in fact I’ve been thinking of
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asking jay how come he wrote that music
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I’ve been saving them say well it’s
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really wonderful it’s it’s one of the
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highlights to me of the musical and its
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really where the musical takes its turn
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because we don’t want to be observers of
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missions we want to participate in the
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mission so we want to encourage people
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to participate and from so from there
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you’re when you brought this to me you
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won’t even sure it was gonna be a song I
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things when you’re better lyrics you’ve
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ever written actually it’s called to
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hold a hand and the minute I heard it
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the first thing I thought of was is the
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waters wives don’t know the melody just
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at the lyric fit perfect to that melody
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and so it just to me they just married
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and what’s one of the few times that in
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that moment in your office I could hear
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the whole chart yeah you really did I
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knew it was going to work I knew it was
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going to be incredible and I didn’t have
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time to write it thin but I knew what I
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finally got to it it was going to be
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great in it turned out well in the great
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fun of this one you really start getting
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the energy of what this musical can be
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it comes back with
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I’m such a firm believer that the
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narrator’s the hosts for a musical they
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need to they need to be those people
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that look the congregation right in the
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eye after every song and in some form or
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rather so you know we have we have a
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story that can change your life forever
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absolutely and that’s what I think
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writing the narrations is one of my
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favorite things and rose and I just
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started doing this a while ago and she’s
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such a gifted writer and just excited
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about all this stuff and of course one
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of the things that I’m really so pleased
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about is we not we not only get to write
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the narrations and get them put into the
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musical but rose and I read those and I
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everybody has their responsibilities of
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all this huge responsibility falls to
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Jay but as we get going we’re not the
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only four people in the company here we
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have six other wonderfully gifted people
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who have all been here from day one who
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allow us to do what we do they make it
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all possible and and they are the ones
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that did help keep us excited and keep
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us moving along we’re so fortunate to
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have them and again we’ve all been
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together for so many years that these
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become real special times don’t talk
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about Jesus Saves I would like well
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here’s what I loved about this idea I
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heard this song first probably driving
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home one day just on the radio and then
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about six months later we were at a
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conference and I heard Travis sing it in
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a live event and there’s what I love
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about the song jesus saves is there
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something familiar about this really
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brand new song I mean it’s like you
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haven’t heard it before but something
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about the way the lyric lays and of
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course the tie with the title I think to
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the oldham helps that but it’s this
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really it’s a time for corporate worship
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right in the middle absolutely it it’s a
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high praise kind of moment and it just
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it sings so well and I was really
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committed to trying to have it in your
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good we sort of vacillated we went back
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and forth arms but it really it’s a
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wonderful message for this point in
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musical well and we feel you know by the
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time you pick the songs you can start
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moving them around you get a better a
20:06
better picture of what this is going to
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be like and what it is in I think too
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for us one of the things I’m so thankful
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for two is that we believe this story
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and I think that at the end of the day
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that you can look back on your life all
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of us that our ministry and realize that
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we gave our life to a perfect story that
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God’s Word was perfect and he gave us
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this wonderful story of salvation this
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wonderful story of love this wonderful
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story of taking care of the world around
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us and taking his truth into all the
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world from there we go to the final song
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in the musical which is song for the
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nations and for me this has always been
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a special song for two reasons one when
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I was still in college just coming out
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of college that’s when integrity music
20:49
was just starting to hit and my wife
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actually who was not my wife time but
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gave me a cassette tape that I had in my
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car and it had a whole series of songs
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and actually song for the nation’s was
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one of those sounds and then when I
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started working Gaither with you was
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brought it back yeah well I was on first
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times I edited yeah actually and Gaither
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and then one of the first songs I
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actually got to arrange for integrity so
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it was really a special song for me and
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of course speaks to sort of culminates
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the whole work yeah and then the less we
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have a reprise kind of town called
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counting on God and it’s it’s just it’s
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it’s a great celebration it’s a great
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community of worship kind of song and I
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so we’re really assist so thankful for
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how all these things came together they
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can see all this online today so I’m
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going to tell ya all the all the dvds
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for the entire musical and all the audio
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yeah you know all of that is available
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online now for you to take a look at and
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we encourage you to do that thank you
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for coming and being with us during this
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backstory from Jodi in Randy and Jay in
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myself and join us next time and we’ll
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talk about our new Christmas musical
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Hope Is Born – Emmanuel

Randy Vader

Randy Vader

Randy Vader stands as a stalwart figure in the realm of Christian music, boasting a brilliant and distinguished career that spans an impressive four decades. His multifaceted talent as a best-selling composer, lyricist, and Dove Award-winning producer has left an indelible mark on the industry.

Randy Vader Music Catalog

Jay Rouse

Jay Rouse

Jay Rouse, seated at the piano, beckons listeners not just to enjoy a performance but to embark on a worshipful journey. Beyond the notes, his thoughtful engagement, personal artistry, and undeniable talent create sacred spaces between the melodies. The piano becomes a vessel, transporting both the musician and those in the room into a realm of worship.

Jay Rouse Music Catalog

Rose Aspinall

Rose Aspinall

Rose Aspinall has been an integral part of the PraiseGathering Music Group staff for three decades. She spent more than twenty of those years providing direction for the print-on-demand division of the company’s orchestration services. In later years, she moved over to the creative side of the business where she served as co-writer, lyricist, and associate producer for all original publications.

Rose Aspinall Music Catalog