Mission 3:16

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Mission 3:16
Studio album by Carman
Released January 27, 1998
Genre Christian rock, CCM
Length 47:21
Label Sparrow
Producer Brown Bannister, Bryan Lennox, Michael Linn, Brian Tankersley
Carman chronology
Mission 3:16 (EP)
(1997)
Mission 3:16
(1998)
Passion for Praise, Vol. 1
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
allmusic 1.5./5 stars[1]

Mission 3:16 is an album by Carman. Released in 1998 on Sparrow Records, the album peaked at number 94 on the Billboard 200 chart.[2] The album was nominated for a 1999 Grammy Award in the Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album category.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  • All Songs Written By Carman, except where noted.
  1. "Mission 3:16" - 4:11
  2. "People of God" - 4:09
  3. "Legendary Mission" - 1:42
  4. "Never Be" - 3:36
  5. "Jesus is the Lamb" - 5:11
  6. "Post Lamb Jam" - 0:05
  7. "The Courtroom" - 6:47 (Carman, Carl Marsh)
  8. "Surf Mission" - 1:14
  9. "Do I Do" - 2:55
  10. "We Are Not Ashamed" - 4:21
  11. "The Prayer Anthem" - 3:30
  12. "Missione D'Italiano" - 1:00
  13. "Slam" - 4:05
  14. "All In Life" - 3:14
  15. "Kingdom Suite" - 1:21

Personnel[edit]

  • Andrea Baca, Lisa Bevill, Lisa Bragg, Lisa Cochran, Todd Cooper, John Hartman, Phil Keaggy, Bonnie Keen, Danielle Kimmey, Tony Orlando, Out of Eden, Joey Richey, Calvin Smith, Kristine & William Stroupe, Russ Taff, Tina Vallejo, Aimee Joy Weimer, Lori Wilshire: Vocal Backing; arranged by Andrea Baca, Lisa Bragg, Danielle Kimmey & Out of Eden
  • Chris Willis, Chris & Matthew White, Emily Webb, Roz Clark Thompson, Kelly Stewart, Traci Sterling, Nicole Sponberg, Lauren Smyth, Kristen Pope, George Pendergrass, Tiffany Palmer, Gene Miller, Ashley Melling, Michael Mellett, Cory Hutchinson, Brittany Hargest, Tabitha Fair, Tim Davis, Stacy Campbell, Evan Broder: Choir & Chorus; arranged by Dan Cleary
  • Jim Butler: Rap & Vocal Backing
  • Jonathan Carrey, Matt Porter: Rap
  • Micah Wilshire: Guitars, Vocal Backing
  • Dave Perkins: Guitars & Synthesizers
  • Kenny Vaughan, Brent Rowan, Jerry McPherson, Tom Hemby, George Cocchini, Mark Baldwin: Guitars
  • Bruce Bouton: Steel
  • Tim Akers: Keyboards
  • Byron Hagen: Hammond Organ
  • Phil Madeira: Keyboards & Farfisa organ
  • Bo Cooper: Piano, Vocal Backing
  • Michael Bragg, Danny Duncan, Carl Marsh, Tony Miracle, Tommy Sims, Brian Tankersley: Programming
  • Byron House: Bass
  • Michael Clarke, Dan Needham, Scott Williamson: Drums
  • Eric Darken: Percussion
  • John Mock: Bodhran & Tin Whistle
  • Joey Miskulin: Accordion
  • Jeff Bailey, Alan Brown, Barry Green, Mike Haynes, Sam Levine, Chris McDonald, Steve Patrick, Calvin Smith: Horns; arranged by Steve Patrick & Carl Marsh
  • Strings & Orchestra arranged by Tom Howard

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