How Great Thou Art (Gaither Gospel Series)
Hosted by Bill and Gloria Gaither, How Great Thou Art is a timeless celebration of the great hymns of the Church. Rediscover the majesty of these classic favorites through more than 90 minutes of great old songs, sung by more...
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Hosted by Bill and Gloria Gaither, How Great Thou Art is a timeless celebration of the great hymns of the Church. Rediscover the majesty of these classic favorites through more than 90 minutes of great old songs, sung by more than 200 of gospel music's finest voices. This unforgettable gathering will capture the hearts of young and old alike and is a keepsake for families who long to pass along the Old, Old Story from generation to generation.
- How Great Thou Art
- Down At The Cross
- Shall We Gather At The River
- God Leads Us Along
- God Will Take Care Of You
- What A Friend We Have In Jesus
- It Is Well With My Soul
- Fairest Lord Jesus
- I'd Rather Have Jesus
- O How I Love Jesus
- Great Is Thy Faithfulness
- There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood
- What A Precious Friend He Is
- Since Jesus Came Into My Heart
- Leaning On The Everlasting Arms
- Thank You
Author, award-winning songwriter, and speaker, Gloria Gaither is known as a stateswoman in the field of Christian ministry. Gloria has written lyrics to more than 600 songs, including such gospel classics as "Because He Lives," "The King Is Coming," and "I Am a Promise" and has authored such best-selling books as "Because He Lives, God Gave the Song", and "Friends through Thick and Thin". C
Bill Gaither is the most successful and most honored artist in the history of Christian music. In more than 30 years as a composer, songwriter, and producer he received 3 Grammys, 20 Dove Awards, and the first Gold Record ever awarded to an inspirational album. His "Homecoming Concert" music videos have sold over 7.5 million copies. Gaither was inducted into the Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame in 1982 and was recently honored as Christian Songwriter of the Century by ASCAP. He lives in Alexandria, Indiana.