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Christmas in New England - Music Sampler

posted Wednesday Nov 28, 2012 12:00 AM

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Stephen Bennett


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"Christmas in New England" is Christian recording artist Stephen Bennett's second musical CD with more than an hour's worth of music featuring timeless classics along with several original Christmas songs written by Stephen: "Thank You Father," "Hallelujah, It's Christmas Time Again!" and the title track, "Christmas in New England" -- 12 songs plus "The Sinner's Prayer," which offers a chance for the listener to receive the greatest Christmas gift of all this year -- eternal life through Jesus Christ! Available as an automatic download, or you can have the physical CD shipped to you. Order from the SBM Worldwide Online Ministry Bookstore & Resource Center today. Purchase several copies as gifts for family, friends, and coworkers. Again, Stephen shares the gospel on the last track, giving the listener a chance to pray and receive Jesus Christ! Many people have come to the Lord through this evangelistic CD! Your purchases also support the evangelistic and educational work of SBM Worldwide. Thank you, Merry Christmas, and Lord bless you!

 


Podcast Episode: Christmas in New England - Music Sampler


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