Sunday School Songs (DVD)
Live action sing-a-long containing 15 back-to-back music videos for kids. Over 30 minutes of music, with English and Spanish versions in stereo and split-track.
*He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands
*I Am A C-H-R-I-S-T-I-A-N
*Standin’ In The Need Of Prayer
*Jesus Loves The Little Children
*Whisper A Prayer
*Old Time Religion
*Go Tell It On The Mountain
*I’ve Got Peace Like A River
*Michael, Row The Boat Ashore
*Oh, How I Love Jesus
*Down In My Heart
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SKU (UPC): 084418221899
Artist: Cedarmont Kids
Media: Video DVD
Released: October 2001
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