I’d never heard this one before; but that’s why it’s “Your Favorite Hymns” and not just mine: in this case, one of Phoebe’s. For All the Saints, performed by the students at Fountainview Academy–and how they got all those musicians onto that raft without anybody falling in, well, that’s something to ponder.
You can’t beat this combination–a beach in Hawaii, a classic hymn by Fanny Crosby, and students from Fountainview Academy to perform it: He Hideth My Soul.
As of today, I need a few dozen hymns to fill the cart with Your Favorite Hymns. So step right up, don’t be shy!
Erlene requested this one: Create in Me a Clean Heart, sung by students from Fountainview Academy visiting Moonstone Beach, California. If the words sound familiar, well, they should–they’re taken from Psalm 51.
I’m always happy when a hymn by Fountainview Academy comes up on the list–these kids can really sing! they can make music without musical instruments, in the service of the Lord. Can’t beat that. So here they are with Break Thou the Bread of Life.
Your Favorite Hymns continues; and we start the day with an old Sunday school favorite, Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus! Sung by the students from Fountainview Academy: this was on their European tour, we are not told exactly where.
Your Favorite Hymns continues with Faith of Our Fathers, sung by students from Fountainview Academy on their European tour.
If you’d like to see any of your favorite hymns posted here, just leave a reply anywhere and we’ll add them to the list.
(Stop wondering who lugged the piano all the way out there, and how they did it.)
Requested by Lydia: Day by Day, instrumental, performed outdoors by two of the students at Fountainview Academy.
Overlooking scenic Seton Lake in British Columbia–four kids from Fountainview Academy, and Fairest Lord Jesus. A church and Sunday school favorite.
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Can’t do better than this: To God Be the Glory, sung by the kids at Fountainview Academy. I don’t know where, exactly, they went to do this–but how about those brilliant wildflowers? God’s stuff–it’s always good.
Here’s a hymn I’d never heard before–and who would’ve thought to stage it in the middle of the woods, at the foot of a waterfall? Showers of Blessings, performed by the students at Fountainview Academy. With umbrellas.