We Offer Praises

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We Offer Praises
Live album by Ron Kenoly
Released December 14, 1999
Recorded Fiuggi, Italy
Genre Contemporary Christian
Label Integrity/Hosanna! Music
Producer Tom Brooks, Chris Thomason (Executive), Don Moen (Executive)
Ron Kenoly chronology
Majesty
(1998)
We Offer Praises
(1999)
Dwell in the House
(2001)

We Offer Praises is the eighth Christian worship music album recorded by Ron Kenoly. Kenoly recorded this album from Fiuggi, Italy at the Una Sola Voce Conference.

Product ID Number
Title CD Tape Video
We Offer Praises 16162CD 16162 16163

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Jubilee" 5:02
  2. "We Offer Praises" 3:36
  3. "It Is Good" 4:29
  4. "Who's There? God's There" 5:37
  5. "Mighty God" 5:42
  6. "Joshua Generation" 5:11
  7. "He's Been Good" 5:19
  8. "Plane Crash Testimony" (spoken; testimony of Kenoly surviving a plane accident as a young man, which according to him soon led to his conversion) 3:35
  9. "Jesus" 3:05
  10. "I See the Lord" 8:58
  11. "Broken Leg Testimony" (spoken; testimony of Kenoly's healing from a broken leg) 3:26
  12. "I Still Have Joy" 5:07

Credits[edit]

Producer and arranger:

  • Tom Brooks

Executive Producers:

A&R Director

  • Chris Thomason

Worship Leader:

Musicians:

  • Carl Albrecht – Percussion
  • Abraham Laboriel – Bass guitar
  • Tom Brooks – Keyboards
  • Justo Almario – Flute, saxophone
  • Vinnie Colaiuta – Drums
  • Paul Jackson, Jr. – Guitar
  • Carlo Beltrami – Trombone, trumpet
  • Gigia d'Alema – Violin
  • Fausto Galli – Trombone
  • Leonardo Massa – Cello
  • Michelangelo Massa – Violin
  • Dino Toneli – Trombone, Trumpet
  • Claudio Venturi – Trombone, Coordination, Trumpet

Vocals:

  • Alfie Silas – Vocals
  • Rose Stone – Vocals
  • Rick Muchow – Vocals
  • Sharon Perry – Vocals
  • David Petway - Vocals
  • Leonard A. Tucker – Vocals
  • Rick Riso – Vocals
  • Susie Stevens-Logan – Vocals
  • The Kenoly Brothers – Guest appearance, vocals
  • Paola Albiero – Vocals
  • Rosaria Altieri – Vocals

Engineers:

  • Tom Brooks – Mixing
  • Paul Mills – Mixing
  • Keith Kuchta – Engineer
  • Chuck Harris – Engineer
  • Matt Damico – Engineer

Choir

  • Scuole David Choir
  • Choir Director - Marcella Amooruso Parachinetto

Notes[edit]

  • This album was initially cancelled after Kenoly had reported that he had broken his leg. However, he later declared that God had healed him; which would lead to the album being able to be recorded after all.
  • Ron's sons, Samuel and Ronald, return as guest vocalists for the song "Who's There? God's There" and also contribute background vocals on "Mighty God" and "He's Been Good".

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