Pentecostal Churches UK - Forever Jesus II: Holiness

Thursday 1st June 2000
Pentecostal Churches UK - Forever Jesus II: Holiness

STYLE: Pop
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 1077-
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album

Reviewed by Trevor Kirk

This is the second of the 'Forever Jesus' series of CDs which are being issued by Pentecostal Churches UK to support its project for the millennium, the establishment and upkeep of a detoxification centre in Keighley, West Yorkshire, to cater for the physical and spiritual needs of drug and alcohol addicts (see the review of Volume 1 in CR54). The cast list on Volume 2 includes Linda Edwards and Jarrod Cooper (see elsewhere in these pages for details of their albums); Dave Wellington, music pastor at Kensington Temple; Russ Westfield, youth and music director at New Life AOG Scunthorpe; Andrew Griffiths, MD of Swansea Valley Bible Church; and Chris Russon, worship leader at Swansea Elim City Temple. All the music has been written in house, and very good it is too, free of banalities and any sense of cheesiness; production values are excellent, all the singers and musicians give 100 percent, and running time for the 14 tracks is generous at just under an hour. I was impressed with Volume 1; this is equally good, definitely a CD that you can buy with confidence, and support a worthy cause at the same time.

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Posted by John Paul Munganga in Goma,North Kivu Province,Congo @ 08:25 on Feb 22 2011

We would like to invite You to accept to work with us in friendship relationship for our pastoral,evangelistic effectiveness and spiritual growth.
In Christ,
Pastor John paul Munganga
APD/MEGA MINISTRIES CONGO DRC
GOMA-NORTH KIVU PROVINCE
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