Southern Gospel Anthems
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This southern gospel classic was written by Charles B. Wycuff in 1967 has been recorded by almost every southern gospel group you can think of. From the Happy Goodman's, to Brian Free & Assurance, and of course Bill & Gloria Gaither and their Homecoming Friends. It is just one of those timeless…
This ballad written by Joel Lindsey and Matthew Garinger gives a beautiful analogy that God saw His Son carry each of us – not just a cross! Jesus, the spotless Lamb, bridged the gap of eternity! Perfect for Easter or any Sunday!
J. Daniel Smith has taken this high-energy anthem and created an engaging and dynamic arrangement. The lyrics by Sue C. Smith and Stephanie Boosahda declare that Christ is our rock and confidence no matter what we are going through in life.
Sue C. Smith, Kenna West, and Jason Cox have teamed up to write this dynamic and inspiring anthem for every voice in the church to join and sing. The brilliant arrangement and orchestration by David T. Clydesdale brings life to the compelling message of the song.
This powerful Southern Gospel anthem, written by Dianne Wilkinson & Jerry Salley and recorded by The Tribute Quartet, recently ranked #1 on Southern Gospel radio. Your choir and congregation will love this energetic and powerful arrangement. A perfect must-have anthem for the spring and Easter…
…originally recorded by The Gaither Vocal Band and continues to be one of their favorite songs to sing at the Gaither Homecoming Events. This new arrangement and orchestration by Marty Hamby will have your choir and orchestra playing this anthem over and over as one of their favorite anthems to sing.
This instant classic comes from writers Dianne Wilkinson and Rebecca Peck and was originally recorded by the Southern Gospel Group, The Kingdom Heirs. Arranger Marty Hamby has taken this top Southern Gospel charting song and brilliantly arranged it for choir and orchestra.
A powerful driving ballad about the call of the cross from writers Sue C. Smith, Kenna West, and Jason Cox. Come to the cross to find salvation and redemption through the loving sacrifice of Christ. Perfect to use as an invitation song.
This new song has been recorded by the quartet, The Dixie Echoes, and was a Singing News Best Song of the Year. Your choir will love this great arrangement by veteran arranger Richard Kingsmore. It's fun, easy-to-sing, and perfect for any time of the year.
“The Song of the Ransomed” was arranged and orchestrated by Marty Hamby. Written by Sue C. Smith and Dianne Wilkinson, according to Sue, these lyrics are part sermon, part encouragement, part instruction, and will be sure to bless your congregation.