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The Heritage Singers - Mid-America Nazarene College 1975-1976 download album

The Heritage Singers  - Mid-America Nazarene College 1975-1976 download album
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Mid-America Nazarene College. The Heritage Singers (2) And The Young And Free. The Heritage Singers (2) And The Young And Free - 1971 - 1972 ‎(LP, Album).

Heritage 5-Year Souvenir Album. Chapel Records Catalog No. S5272. Christmas with the Heritage Singers. S5273 (also S1021). What More Could He Do. Released: 1976. S5300. S5302. Heritage Records Catalog No. HS1027. With songs from albums by The Mace Brothers, Judy Morton-Meckstroth, Jim McDonald, Heritage Singers II. I Am Willing, Lord. God Bless America Again.

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MidAmerica Nazarene University. Redirected from Mid-America Nazarene College). MidAmerica Nazarene University (MNU) is a Christian liberal arts college in Olathe, Kansas, United States. It was established in 1966 by the Church of the Nazarene. Mid-America Nazarene College (MANC) was founded in 1966. In 1996, Mid-America Nazarene College formally changed its name to MidAmerica Nazarene University (MNU).

Heritage Singers, Placerville, California. Welcome to The Official Heritage Singers page! Founded and directed by Max Mace in 1971. Art is tracking strings at the moment for the upcoming Heritage Singers album.

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A1 O Come Loud Anthems Let Us Sing
A2 Praise Is Due To Thee, O God
A3 Exhortation
A4 No Other Plea
A5 The Cleansing Wave
A6 God Makes A Miracle
A7 The Day Of Miracles
B1 My Home, America
B2 God Of Our Fathers
B3 Battle Hymn Of The Republic
B4 Plenty Of Room
B5 "Jesus" Medley
B6 Tell The World
B7 For He Is Lord