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Mountain Heritage

by The John Marshall Family

A collection of bluegrass, acapella, a few piano numbers, and a touch of Celtic music completes this new project by the John Marshall Family. The three girls–Joanna, Jessica, and Monica–are joined by Dad and Mom Marshall for a total of 13 songs.
Genre: Spiritual: Traditional Gospel
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1. Come Thou Fount
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2:56 album only
2. He's Holding On To Me
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2:58 album only
3. He Gave Himself
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3:59 album only
4. He Lives in Me
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3:34 album only
5. I've a Home Beyond the River
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2:14 album only
6. Is Anything Too Hard for God?
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2:32 album only
7. A New Day
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3:01 album only
8. More Love
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4:02 album only
9. One of the Family
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2:49 album only
10. Praise His Name
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3:00 album only
11. Turn the Tide
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2:33 album only
12. Still He Came
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2:59 album only
13. Room at the Cross for You
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3:09 album only


Album Notes
From the beginning, the John Marshall Family has striven to keep their music pure and conservative.

The Lord made it very plain to John Marshall that He wanted the family to step out in faith and begin traveling full-time. This journey began in the fall of 1976 and they will be celebrating 32 years of ministry in September. Prior to this time, Brother Marshall had pastored in several states (Missouri, West Virginia, and New York) and had begun training the children for music in the house of the Lord.

In September of 1976 they left their home on Long Island, New York, with only two meetings lined up. God proved Himself to be more than sufficient to meet every need and kept them busy serving Him. He opened doors for them to minister in every state of the Union and several countries around the world.

At the onset of full-time ministry, the family numbered 6 daughters. The first core group that sang consisted of Dad, Mom, and the three oldest girls. Over the years, the Lord added 2 sons and 2 more daughters. Each one was taught to play at least two instruments (guitar, piano, banjo, violin, mandolin, trumpet, baritone, harp, harmonica, and dobro) and to use their voice for the glory of God.

As the years have passed, the five oldest daughters and the two sons have married and gone on to serve the Lord in different parts of the world. The group now totals 5 — Dad, Mom, Joanna, Jessica, and Monica. Although they are now traveling only part-time, they continue to bring a ministry of preaching and music to churches small and large all across the States.

For the past six years, the family has made Tunnelton, West Virginia, their home base. They still travel frequently, taking longer trips every couple of months. When they are home they attend their home church, Independent Baptist Church in Kingwood.

The thrust of the CD/DVD ministry is to provide a variety of Godly music with a Scriptural message. The John Marshall Family believes that if music is to be different from the world, the musician’s goal must be to glorify and honor Christ and Him alone. Only then will the world hear and see what they are thirsty for — not an imitation of what they already have — but a reflection of God’s light in a separated Christian life.

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