David Baroni : This is the Mission

This is the Mission

by David Baroni

© Copyright-David Baroni

Infectious, vibrant, relevant, fun and inspirational pop, deeply felt lyrics and powerful production.

  Title Price
1. This is The Mission
2. What Kind of Love!
3. Earth As It Is In Heaven
4. City of God
5. For The Children
6. At The Cross
7. My Soul Finds Rest In God Alone
8. The Glory Of Your Name
9. The Warrior and the Bride
10. He Loves You, He Loves Me
11. Spirit of God

Album Info

  • Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
  • Release Date: 2006

Album Notes

"The Is The Mission" is the first all new vocal release from Grammy winning songwriter David Baroni in 3 years. Every song is a winner- from the infectious title track to the heartfelt anthem "The Glory of Your Name," from the techno-pop enthusiasm of "Earth As It Is In Heaven," to the haunting "At The Cross," this CD is sure to be a welcome addition to your collection. These are songs for worship and mission and will be a blessing to both churches and individuals alike. This is a fresh, new sound from David Baroni that encapsulates David's passion for God's Presence! Produced by David Baroni and Nick Coetzee, the fresh rythms and creative melodies and arrangements showcase the powerfully anointed, timely lyrics. Go to the order page and get a copy for you and for a friend. You will be glad you did. Some of the proceeds from this CD go to support EME ministries.

Life is an adventure, God is bigger than we knew, Your destiny is to live in His Love... This is the Mission!

The Songs:

This Is The Mission
What Kind of Love!
Earth As It Is In Heaven
City of God
For The Children
At The Cross
My Soul Finds Rest in God Alone
The Glory of Your Name
The Warrior and The Bride
He Loves You, He Loves Me
Spirit of God

God Bless You! Tell your friends!

Reviews

What a wonderful project! A real homerun was hit here!
                                
What a wonderful project! A real homerun was hit here! I love every song. It ministers to my heart in such a strong, powerful way. The annointing I feel as I listen is overwhelming. As always, David, is an open vessel being used in an powerful way. It is encouraging to think that we all have the awesome honor to be part of "The Mission." Rating: [5 of 5 Stars]