Integrity Music's Just For Kids - Praise Him

Saturday 1st June 1991
Integrity Music's Just For Kids - Praise Him

STYLE: Childrens
RATING 4 4 4 4
LABEL: Integrity Music Just For Kids 02
FORMAT: Cassette Album

Reviewed by Judi Darby

An album that describes itself as a 'fun-filled uplifting praise and worship experience, is particularly aimed at the 3-8 age group.' Lots of new songs (and some old favourites too) with punchy lyrics and memorable melodies but unfortunately the links in between the songs are very trite and corny. An inviting cover makes this an album that one would immediately want to purchase but I'm afraid that for me it is just another run-of-the-mill children's worship tape. It's all been done before. There is so much good stuff around for our children these days that I'm sorry that this one really doesn't make the mark, although the old favourites "God Is So Good" and "More Precious Than Silver" might be worth a second listen.

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Reader Comments

Posted by SIMON in Kenya @ 13:38 on Sep 21 2006

Some time back i had some integrity kids praise tapes
Unfortunately i cant remember the titles but one of them had a character called floyd frog and the other
risky rat and charity.Where can i get the tapes?kindly

Posted by joanne in Capital Region, NY @ 00:23 on May 4 2006

The review by Judy Darby is ARROGANT, to say the least. We have this tape as well as many others by Rob Evans, and there is not ONE SONG that we don't like! My children are 9, 7 and 1 1/2, and we ALL love his music. His songs cover many bible stories and verses that AREN'T typically sung about -- taking your child beyond Noah, Jonah and Daniel! This tape IS fun-filled! By the way Judy, it's geared toward CHILDREN!! Listen to your pre-school or early elementary school teachers talk to the children. Hmmm, sounds similar!

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