My Life Will Worship You - Morris Chapman, Charles Billingsley, Rick Muchow
Item description for Songs for a Purpose Driven Life by Various Artists...
Overview 1. What On Earth (Am I Here For)? - Jill Zadeh 2. To Be Used By You - Adam Watts 3. Lord, I Live - Clint Brown 4. My Soul In Your Hands - Natalie Grant 5. Just An Illusion - Kevin Max 6. Magnify - Nicole C. Mullen 7. Family Of Love, Family Of God - Take 6 8. Send Me - Vaneese Thomas 9. We All Need - Aaron Gayden 10. Thy Will - Heath Burgett, Lauren Evans 11. Reach One More For Jesus - Lyndsey Lloyd Wallace 12. My Life Will worship You - Morris Chapman, Charles Billingsley, Rick Muchow
Description: Have you ever asked, "What on earth am I here for?" You are not an accident! Even before the universe was created, God had you in mind, and He designed you for five purposes. The 12 songs on this album express God's purposes for your life, as explained in Rick Warren's best-selling book, The Purpose Driven Life.
These passionate songs, by top Christian artists, will support you in discovering and living out God's purposes for your life. They can also be used with the 40 day spiritual journey described in The Purpose Driven Life.
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Record Label Maranatha
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.6" Width: 4.7" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 2002
Publisher WORD INC. (MUSIC) #38
ISBN 3859714392 ISBN13 0738597143922 UPC 738597143922
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The nocturnes of Chopin Oct 10, 2005
If you strongly dislike the music on this CD and prefer Chopin's nocturnes instead (or even Led Zeppelin), then read Russell David Harper's BALD. It's a good anodyne to purpose-driven mediocrity, and an example of a true search for meaning.
Love the book....CD was a bad choice. Feb 10, 2005
I agree with most other reviews that a music CD, as used for a "marketing ploy" for a book, is a very bad decision. I would be curious to know where the money generated from the Purpose Driven Life trademark is going. I do believe it's safe to give Rick Warren the benefit of the doubt and believe he is using 100% of the money generated from "The Purpose Driven Life" name, which is trademarked, to fund distribution of the products and further the kingdom of God and expand the Church. I believe that it's quite alright that Christians such as Rick Warren capitalize personally off their books somewhat for their hard work and sacrifice, but when you see books accompanied by music CDs of the same name it sends the wrong message as to it's motivation. I do not know Rick Warren personally, but I do know for a fact that most Christian writers who pastor their own Churches (Josh McDowell, Max Lucado, etc) use all money generated from the sales of books and there accompanimenst to further the kingdom of God through their Churches. Rick Warren has done a fantastic job with The Purpose Driven Life Book, but I believe that a CD and other marketed products using the Purpose Driven Life trademark should have been avoided at all cost to prevent another "Prayer of Jabez" marketing scenerio, which I personally thought was disgraceful.
Critique in context Jul 27, 2004
Buy this album. If you enjoy different kinds of modern worship music, buy this album. Other less-than-enthusiastic reviewers have neglected to point out that this music was performed during the Purpose Driven Life simulcast that thousands of churches participated in across the country when Rick Warren's book first appeared. Those performances were solid. Pay special attention to "My Soul In Your Hands" (powerful vocals) and "Reach One More for Jesus" (powerful message, especially if you've read the book and know where how the phrase relates to Rick Warren's father).
Hideous! Apr 3, 2004
Just another commerical for a product done in the name of God. Awful!
an atrocity. Feb 16, 2004
Why is it impossible for Christians to innovate? No wonder Christian music is considered to be a joke...we have soundtracks for our books. Get real...this is just a marketing ploy. Get some real music, not this mass-produced unoriginal tripe. I sincerely doubt that God's a fan of unoriginality and noninnovation either.