Great Big God - Great Big God Live

Published Friday 18th June 2010
Great Big God - Great Big God Live
Great Big God - Great Big God Live

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
LABEL: Vineyard Music VRUKDVD02
FORMAT: DVD Music video
RELEASE DATE: 2009-04-24
RRP: £9.99

Reviewed by Stephen Luff

As part as the Vineyard UK's children's work, the Great Big God CDs and DVDs targeting the five-nine age group have been hugely popular with both parents and kids. This DVD presents powerful relevant songs with a strong contemporary feel, alongside puppeteer Andi Markham (who conveys the messages of "Being Myself" and "Saying Sorry" with maximum effect), and presenters Nigel Hemming and Jo Squires. However, it's really the kids in the form of the choir and dancers that make the biggest visual impact. On two songs, the worship is led by young Joel Barber with self-penned songs "God Is Watching" and "My God Is Big". Joel could show some worship leaders tips on leading worship and this video gives a glimpse on what the future may hold! Other than Joel, Jodie Alexander - Frye contributes two songs "Be Myself" and "You're Everywhere". Chords to the songs are also included with the disc. Overall this is a magnificent resource and is highly recommended. If only all children's worship recordings were of this standard!

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Product Description
At last! The Great Big God series has a DVD, taking all we know and love about Vineyard's Great Big God albums and turning them into an audio-visual spectacular! Featuring Nigel Hemming and the Great Big God band, a Great Big God Choir and Great Big God dancers, plus a venue packed with enthusiastic kids having a great big whale of a time learning more about God and singing his praises! A fantastic interactive resource, featuring mostly new songs, with plenty for viewers to join in with, see, do and learn while having great big fun!

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