Roger Jones - Jairus' Daughter

Wednesday 1st December 1993
Roger Jones - Jairus' Daughter

VHS

STYLE: Childrens
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 20609-
LABEL: CMM
FORMAT: VHS video Music video

Reviewed by Tony May

Roger Jones has made an important contribution to children's ministry with a series of well thought out musicals which, with hard work, are within the ability of many local churches. This video contains the premiere performance at Birmfngham Town Hall involving a massive Girls Brigade Choir and large cast of singers, dancers, etc. The one hour show is repeated at the smaller venue of a Methodist Church, helpfully giving guidance on paring down for a local bash. Don't expect a video to compete with a Carman extravaganza. Understand what its aims are and you'll applaud a praise worthy effort all round. Good songs, loads of commitment, recommended to encourage you to have a go. The endearing qualities of the Jasper Carrott soundalike "Jews" and a young lady Jesus (that'll upset somebody) is alone worth the low price.

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