Mission Praise (New 30th Anniversary Edition) Large Print Words Edition Paperback

Artist: Peter Horrobin

Trade Paperback

Barcode: 9780007565207

Release date: 09/04/2015

£25.00
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This is the paperback words only edition of The Mission Praise Hymn Book 30th anniversary edition. Economically priced and easier to handle than the hardback or words and music editions, here you'll find the words and lyrics of 1,385 of the very best traditional hymns and modern worship songs.

This 30th Anniversary Mission Praise Words Edition in soft-covers is the latest edition of this much loved and well established hymn book - favourite of churches, schools and institutions offering an opportunity for Christian worship and fellowship.

A stronghold of Christian tradition and a pioneer in opening up new expressions of praise and worship to the wider church, this collection of hymns and songs is a firm favourite in church, school and community worship.

Over 30 years, Mission Praise has earned its place as a foundation stone of corporate prayer and worship throughout the UK and around the world.

Originally prepared for Billy Graham's 1984 Mission England rallies, Mission Praise was the first hymn book of its kind; introducing modern words and music into church and school worship yet retaining the best of traditional Christian songs and hymns.

This new, 30th anniversary words only paperback edition includes the whole of the current collection of over 1000 songs and hymns and adds the best new songs from the past few years.

This brand new softcover edition is compiled by the original editorial team of Peter Horrobin and Greg Leavers and presents you with a valuable resource of more than 100 new songs.

With this latest Mission Praise edition, you will have the best of traditional and contemporary Christian words and music to help you lead your church, school and community in their heartfelt expression of prayers and praise in united song.

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