Worship with Don Moen

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Worship with Don Moen
Live album by Don Moen
Released 1992
Recorded Norfolk Scope, Norfolk, Virginia
Genre Contemporary Christian
Length 47:40
Label Integrity, Hosanna! Music, Word
Producer Tom Brooks, Michael Coleman (Executive), Ed Lindquist (Executive)
Don Moen chronology
Eternal God
(1990)
Worship with Don Moen
(1992)
God with Us
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Cross Rhythms (6/10)[1]

Worship with Don Moen is an album of Christian worship music by Don Moen. The Contemporary Christian album was recorded live at Norfolk Scope in Norfolk, Virginia, which over 2500 worshippers attended.[2] It was released in 1992 by Integrity, Hosanna! Music, and Word. A video, which was recorded at the same time as the album, was also released.

The album was nominated for Inspirational Album of the Year in the GMA Music Awards, better known as the Dove Awards.

Product ID Number
Title CD Tape Video VCD
Worship with Don Moen HMD601 HMC601 HMV002 11072

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Just Want To Be Where You Are" – 5:31 (Written by Don Moen)
  2. "Give Thanks" – 4:44 (Written by Henry Smith)
  3. "God With Us" – 2:54 (Written by Graham Kendrick)
  4. "God Is Good" – 1:56 (Written by Graham Kendrick)
  5. "Now Unto The King Eternal" – 2:54 (Written by Dennis Jernigan)
  6. "Your Steadfast Love" – 4:56 (Written by Ted Sandquist)
  7. "To Him Who Sits On The Throne" – 3:41 (Written by Debbye Graafsma)
  8. "I Am The God That Healeth Thee" – 5:14 (Written by Don Moen)
  9. "God Will Make A Way" – 4:51 (Written by Don Moen)
  10. "I Worship You, Almighty God" – 3:57 (Written by Sondra Corbett)
  11. "Blessed Be The Name Of The Lord" – 2:48 (Written by Don Moen)
  12. "Celebrate, Jesus, Celebrate" – 4:14 (Written by Gary Oliver)

in total 47:52 uk version 47:49 usa version

Credits[edit]

Producer:

  • Tom Brooks

Executive Producers:

  • Michael Coleman
  • Ed Lindquist

Worship Leader:

Musicians:

Vocals:

Engineers

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cummings, Tony (October 1992). "Don Moen - Worship With Don Moen". Cross Rhythms (12). 
  2. ^ "Worship with Don Moen". DonMoen.com. Retrieved 2006-11-06.