Sunday, January 6, 2013

Cedarmont Kids Gospel Sunday School Songs Review

Sunday School was always a special time for me as a child.  I loved to go to hear all the stories about Jesus and learn about the Bible!  Our teachers were wonderful and they instilled the love for God in me through these stories, the Bible and through music!  When our daughter was small, we purchased a lot of Cedarmont Kids CDs and DVDs to teach her more about Jesus, and she soon fell in love with the music.
We recently were given the opportunity to review the Cedarmont Kids Gospel Sunday School Songs CD and just like all the other CDs they made.  The CD has a total of 30 tracks which include 15 split tracks for you to sing with them as background!  The songs include:
    1. Bless That Wonderful Name        
    2. Free At Last
    3. I'm Gonna Live So God Can Use Me
    4. Standing In The Need Of Prayer
    5. Dry Bones                                               
    6. My Soul Is A Witness For My Lord
    7. The Welcome Table                                           
    8. Down To The River To Pray
    9. Come And Go With Me To That Land                                       
    10. Old Time Religion
    11. Everybody Ought To Know                                       
    12. Guide My Feet
    13. I'm Going Home On The Morning Train                                   
    14. Chatter With The Angels
    15. Every Promise In The Book Is Mine    
    Tracks 16-30 are Split Tracks of above songs

We really received a blessing from the CD.  I love hearing the children sing, and I know that children love it as well.  This CD is a wonderful way to introduce children to gospel music, and would be ideal for a Sunday School teacher too!  This can be purchased at Amazon and other wonderful retailers!

Disclosure:  We received a free copy of the CD to facilitate this review.  No monetary compensation was received.  All opinions are those of the Shelly's Bits and Pieces family.

1 comment:

Matt J Bruns said...

Who are the new cast members? I never could figure that out.