A deeply moving reflection on the crucifixion of Christ, this heartfelt ballad considers the thorns' symbolism in the tragedy of the cross, the sacrifice for sin, and the crown of His resurrection and victory. Arranged for voice, piano and cello. 3-part choir version also available.
With a relaxed country feel, this easy medley of "Were You There?" and "Jesus Paid It All" for SATB choir or ensemble will be an instant favorite of your choir and congregation. A classic arrangement, this piece serves well in traditional, blended, and contemporary settings.
Using the grace-filled words Christ spoke from the cross, this song evokes imagery of the gift Jesus gave. A fresh treatment of well-known scriptures, this piece is simple, yet worthy of addition to Resurrection celebrations. [Lyric video accompaniment track available for Unlimited PLUS Members.]
Arranged for 4-part choir, Robert Sterling and Regi Stone have crafted this modern hymn celebrating Christ's great love. A memorable anthem also available as a duet arrangement, this flexible piece could work in a variety of worship settings.
With a gentle country lilt, this lovely piece for 4-part choir or ensemble tells the Easter story from Gethsemane to Calvary. Serves well in contemporary settings and, for a stylistic change of pace in a traditional or blended service, try this song with a bluegrass/vocal ensemble.
Using the grace-filled words Christ whispered from the cross, this song evokes imagery of the gift Jesus gave. With a fresh treatment of well known scriptural texts, this piece is simple, yet worthy of addition to our varied Resurrection celebrations. [Video track available to Unlimited members.]
Arranged for duet or 2-part choir, Robert Sterling and Regi Stone have crafted this modern hymn celebrating Christ's great love. Also available as a choir arrangement, this flexible piece could work in a variety of worship settings.
Heartfelt and moving, this piece brings out the meaning of Easter in such a poignant way. Using 4-part choir as backup for the soloist, it would fit well in any style of service and could easily be adapted for soloist alone.