Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|WOW Hits 2002|
Actors: Steven Curtis Chapman, Sonicflood
Genres: Music Video & Concerts, Special Interests
Fifteen of today's hottest Christian music videos by Point of Grace, Steven Curtis Chapman, DC Talk, Plus One, Jars of Clay, Sixpence None the Richer, Michael W. Smith, Cece Winans, Nicole C. Mullen, P.O.D., Stacie Orrico,... more »
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Gotta Have This!
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great video! My kids, husband and I all enjoy it and play it over and over! Songs include:"Live Out Loud" - Steven Curtis Chapman (my son's favorite)
"Everything" - Stacie Orrico (my daughter's favorite!)
"Call On Jesus" - Nicole C. Mullen
"Spinnin' Around" - Jump5 (the families favorite)
"Begin With Me" - Point of Grace
"God Is In This Place" - Plus One
"More Than What I Wanted" - Cece Winans
"Adore" - Jaci Velasquez
"My Hope is You" - Third Day (my husband's favorite)
"Reborn" - Rebecca St. James
"This Road" - City on a Hill featuring Jars of Clay
"Since I met You" (Live) - D.C. Talk
"You Already Take Me There" - Switchfoot
"Jaded" - Larue
"Hey, Hey" - The Elms
"Power in Your Hands" - Paige
"Barlow Girls" - Superchic(k) (another fav. for my dau.)
"All Over Me" - The Benjamin GateWe love it and would buy it again in a heart beat!"
It was a great year......
Alan Attebery | Arlington, TX USA | 12/14/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"2002 was a great year for Christian Music. From Steven Curtis Chapman's "Live Out Loud" to Jaci Velasquez's "Adore," there were many songs worth making any "best of year" collection.What is even better is that, thanks to the growing popularity of DVDs, we can now enjoy watching the videos of said "best of" songs.Wow Videos 2002 on DVD contains 22 music videos, including the never before on DVD "Jesus Freak" by DC Talk and both the original and MTV versions of "Flood" by Jars of Clay.In addition to the standard "best of" fare on this collection, like STacie Orrico's "Everything" and Jump5's "Spinnin' Around," you can find videos for some of the less mainstream Christian bands. Two of my (now) favorites are The Elms' "Hey, Hey" (a throw back of sorts to the time of The Beatles) and SuperChic[k]'s "Barlow Girls" (one of the most straightforward songs about abstinence this side of DC Talk's "don't want it."There are times when putting a CD or a cassette into the stereo and just listening to the music doesn't cut it. With this DVD collection, you can now watch along as you listen."
Broadening my view of Christian music.
Kevin Hawkins | Pasadena, Texas USA | 01/03/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I am somewhat new to christian music. My first experience in christain music seeing an old 'Point Of Grace' video on a early morning thirty minutes cable show that showed only christian artist (a few days later I guess it was canceled). I was suprised how much I enjoyed watching some of these groups and a bit disappointed that you could hear anymore than that. Here in Pasadena, Texas there is only one station on the radio that plays christian music and no channels that play any christian videos. So I was happy to find this DVD with a varity of artist and styles. It helped further my enjoyment of other artists and helped strenghten my faith in God. I highly recommend it."