Item description for Passion; The Road to Oneday (Passion) by Passion...
1) Salvation 2) Shout To The North 3) Noise We Make 4) Break Our Hearts 5) Medley Make A Joyful Noise 6) Kindness 7) Holy Visitation 8) We Are Hungry 9) Prelude 10) Holy Roar 11) Did You Feel The Mountains Tremble 12) Jesus Lover Of My Soul
Awards and Recognitions Passion; The Road to Oneday (Passion) by Passion has received the following awards and recognitions -
Christian Retailing's Best - 2001 Nominee - Praise and Worship category
Dove Awards - 2001 Nominee - Praise & Worship Album category
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Record Label Sparrow Corporation
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.97" Width: 5.63" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Release Date Mar 14, 2000
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
ISBN 7474082365 ISBN13 0724385174025 UPC 724385174025
Availability 0 units.
More About Passion
Giglio was born in 1958 and grew up in a Christian home in Atlanta, Georgia. One morning at 2 AM during his freshman year at Georgia State University in 1977, he decided to follow Christ instead of the party life. That conscious decision led him to become one of the architects of the modern worship style geared towards young people with its emphasis on informal attire, expressive worship and low-key, visually driven sermons.
Giglio's ministry is based on Isaiah 26:8 - "Yes, LORD, walking in the way of your laws, we wait for you; your name and renown are the desire of our hearts" (from the New International Version).
After Giglio graduated from Georgia State University, he earned a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. After finishing seminary, Giglio and his wife Shelley began a weekly Bible study called Choice Ministries at Baylor University. After several years, over ten percent of the student body was attending the weekly study.
In 1995, the Giglios moved from Waco, Texas to Atlanta, Georgia. While flying from Texas to Georgia, Giglio began to plan for a national gathering of Christian college students; this evolved into the Passion conferences. In addition, Giglio, along with Bill Willits from North Point Community Church, began a Bible study called 7:22 for college students from the Atlanta. Giglio led this Bible study weekly until 2005.
In January 1997, Passion hosted its first conference for college students, which lasted four days in Austin, Texas. Two thousand people attended. This launched Passion to the public and it has been followed by conferences and tours yearly. The Passion conferences hosted in January 2005 and 2006 drew thousands of college students to Nashville. In 2000, Giglio and others formed Sixsteps Records, a record label for Christian worship artists. Sixsteps' list of signed artists includes David Crowder Band, Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, and Charlie Hall. It also releases live albums from the Passion conferences.
In 2007, over 22,000 students gathered in Atlanta, GA, where the missions focused on their "Do Something Now" campaign. This raised $1,500,000 for global ministries on six continents. Giglio and the Passion ministry plan on holding regional events around the US in late 2007 and early 2008, and then go to the nations of the world in 2008 with the Passion World Tour.
Louie Giglio currently resides in Atlanta, in the state of Georgia.
Louie Giglio has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The Road to One Day?
This is my favorite worship CD! Feb 10, 2004
This CD has some stunning moments. Stand out songs include, "Salvation", "Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble?", "Jesus, Lover of My Soul" and "Break Our Hearts". There really is not a bad song on the CD. I also have the CD "Sacred Revolution" and think it is rather flat compared to this one.
I love this disk. I absolutely recommend it! I will definitely be buying more Passion music!
On the right road!!!! Jul 21, 2003
Released in March of 2000, this praise & worship CD was a prelude of what to expect at the OneDay gathering that was scheduled to take place two months later.
Every song on this CD was a part of the main praise & worship gathering on May 20, 2000, and a few of them are included on the "OneDay Live" CD that was released a few months after the event.
Most of the praise & worship songs on this compilation were, at the time, considered to be the favorites of the "286 generation." Many of these songs are staples in today's contemporary churches.
Released before the wave of praise & worship swept through the Christian music industry, it is still one of the best. A must have for anyone looking to build a collection they can use to meet with the Lord.
Great album, but not best Passion CD Oct 2, 2001
Overall this is a strong album with studio versions of many songs found on other Passion CDs. I like the variety presented, but think it lacks some of the energy found on the other Passion CDs. Songs that stand out as the best on the album are "Make a Joyful Noise", "Kindness", "We are hungry", and Matt Redmon's version of "Did you feel the mountains tremble?".
If you own and like other Passion CDs you will enjoy this one also. If you do not own any Passion CDs I recommend that you purchase "Passion: Better is One Day" first. Lastly, if you are new to Christian music, any of the Passion, or Revival Generation CDs can give you a glimpse of awesome current praise and worship music.
Weakest Passion album, but still good Jun 16, 2001
Although this album was excellent, it's probably the weakest of any album Passion has released. It has no flow to it at all (even between Salvation and Shout to the North, which are both sung by Charlie Hall, it seems like an abrupt change). There are 12 songs, plus a track called the Prelude (track 9) which moves into Holy Roar (it's the only track with any flow at all, and only because it was specifically made for the next track...). And, while I'm talking about the prelude, I'm sure it sounded great in the studio, but it didn't need to be on the CD. I would have preferred they add another one of the songs they were going to introduce at OneDay, such as Tomlin's Forever, which still has not been on a Passion album (they did sing it at OneDay). Of course, I don't know exactly when he finished that song.
It's a great album in its own right, it was just frustrating because I felt like I was being tossed back and forth because of all the abrupt changed in pace and mood.
The worship leaders (for those that like all the material of particular people) are: Charlie Hall (1,2,7), Chris Tomlin (3,6), Shelley Nirider (4,12), David Crowder (5), Christy Nockels (10), Steve Fee (8,26), and (finally) Matt Redman (11).
Revelation 3:20 Apr 8, 2001
Make a joyful noise in his name!!! He knocks at your door and he wishes to enter Let him in and rejoice!!! for he is alive!!!!! Keep in the battle and in the end, its all going to be allright!