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Sovereign Grace Song Gets Animated!

May 7th, 2010

KRISTI LEIGH – I was catching up on some blogs I subscribe to, when I came across this one from Bob Kauflin (GLAD member and Sovereign Grace worship leader.)  His blog is “Worship Matters.”  http://www.worshipmatters.com/

Bob writes about how he was watching a You Tube video of an animation to the Sovereign Grace song “Prodigal” from “Sons & Daughters”–and how capitivated and unexpectedly moved he was by it.  And of course I was interested–he was speaking my language: worship and cartoons!  Well, not really typical cartoons…it’s more artistic than that; but still, great combo!  However, as I read on, I realized even more personal connections.  The animation was done by Chris Powers, who recently graduated from Cedarville University, of which I am a proud alumnus!  Way to go, Mr. Powers!  The song alone is beautiful; full of restoration and redemption.  The video just takes it all to a new level!  This animation is really powerful!


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  1. mary ann
    May 7th, 2010 at 23:27 | #1

    I was so blessed to hear the comments of Bob Kauflin as I once was lead by his worship in our church in Fairfax Va. Over the past 20 years, I was unable to follow his music but now I will. Awesome !!!!!

  2. Tiffany
    May 8th, 2010 at 20:55 | #2

    Thank you so much for posting this… this is the exact thing that God needed me to hear… I’ve been so drained and stressed lately with sports, school, and friends, and youth events that I felt like I was pushing God away… and delaying my time with Him. That in turn drained me more… Where as this video was such a blessing for me tonight as I’m coming back to Him and coming to the realization that He will be honored and blessed as I make time to be with Him. When I give Him the center of my life, He still loves me the same as when I fail… my failure is expected to Him.

    So thank you for reminding me of that! A very redemptive video. :)

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