Saturday, October 24, 2009

General Conference Session Theme Song


The theme song for the 2010 General Conference Session in Atlanta, Georgia will be "Proclaim His Grace" by Bruce Ashton.

The General Conference Session is an event that happens every five years, most recently in North America. People from all around the world are sent to this gathering as delegates to represent church members in their region of the world. These delegates vote and make decisions about important issues that affect the Adventist church around the world. Think of it as a gigantic meeting ...so big that it takes up a sports stadium!



Sheet Music:

(click image to enlarge sheet music)

To learn more about the event, click here.

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4 comments:

Fay said...

Are you aware of any official translations of the theme song (into French for instance)?

Anonymous said...

Nice song but it doesn't inspire

me anywhere near "We Have This Hope."

That was a rousing, ready to do things

for the Lord song.

hjtabangin said...

It is inspiring when it is accompanied with a full orchestra as in the sample and sang fast.

Attention: GC Music Dept. Can you provide the instrumental tracks of the theme song so that we can sing it lively in our churches? Please email me when it's available. (hjtabangin@cpucsda.org)

Anonymous said...

I was blessed today listening the sermon from home. I recognized how important it is "Go Forward" I pray that I will not only see barriers but see freedom. Thank you Mr. President wish for you all the best as you continue to walk with the Lord

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