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I Run to Christ Recording

A number of the ChurchWorksMedia.com hymns are being released on upcoming CD’s. That’s exciting, and we praise the Lord for the opportunities. However, we also delight to hear the hymns used in local church settings, whether by soloists, choirs, or congregations. That’s what started writing for, after all. With that in mind, we’re prepping a new page at CWM that will provide non-studio recordings of the hymns. If you have an mp3 recording from your church or school you’d like us to post, please send it to us!

Angela Huffstutler has been a great friend of CWM, introducing many of our hymns to the churches she and Dan are visiting while on deputation. (Info on their ministry to Kenya can be found here.) I believe she’s the first to record (or even use) our latest hymn, I Run to Christ. She sang it last Sunday (2/21/10) at Inter-City Baptist Church in Allen Park, MI. The recording can be heard here. Thanks to ICBC for making it available and to Angela (accompanied by Ben Russell) for using it! We hope it will be useful in directing believers to their Savior! He is more than sufficient to sustain you through whatever you’re facing. Run to Christ!

Reproducible files for I Run to Christ can be found here:

I Run to Christ (Text by Chris Anderson; Tune by Greg Habegger)

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One Response

  1. Uplifting as always…

    I also enjoyed the beautiful piano accompaniment played by Ben Russell! It didn’t take away from the words, only enhanced.

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