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God of This City

My “favorite” song changes a lot. My pattern is to get attached to a few songs and listen to those for a while, then move on. Generally speaking, I stay within the same group of artists. Chris Tomlin made my list of Top 5 Christian Artists back in November and sings my latest “favorite” song. It’s titled “God of This City.” I was introduced to it on Tony Morgan’s blog. Check out the video they made set to the song highlighting their ministry in Anderson, South Carolina and surrounding communities.

I’m thinking I might use the song for a highlight video for our Workcamp trip to Piqua, Ohio this summer.


5 responses

  1. are you kidding me? i’m from piqua, ohio. what are the odds of you linking to me and mentioning piqua in the same post?!!!


    May 16, 2008 at 8:47 am

  2. Alicia Z

    It has nice words, but it’s just not my style–too mellow. I’m sure that the majority of the congregation would like it since it’s mellow.

    May 16, 2008 at 9:06 am

  3. Hey Tony, thanks for stopping by! That is a pretty big coincidence! Must have been a God thing. I’ll shoot you an email after our trip to Piqua and you can come see the highlight video!

    May 16, 2008 at 9:26 am

  4. Jaime

    I’m home from work today, and it was so nice to wake up listening to “God of This City” as Jason played it downstairs this morning (and then I had to listen extra hard, because he must’ve turned the volume down so it wouldn’t disturb me).

    Tony, it’s a beautiful song with a beautiful message… and your church does a great rendition of it!

    May 16, 2008 at 12:59 pm

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