Amazing Love given by Greater Knoxville Children’s Choir

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Listen to this choir special given at the World Mission Conference 2016 • Temple Baptist Church • Powell, TN.


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Born on Christmas Day by Kristin Chenoweth – Cover by One Voice Children’s Choir

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Born on Christmas Day by Kristin Chenoweth – cover by One Voice Children’s Choir, under the direction of Masa Fukuda. To learn more, visit

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The video features One Voice Children’s Choir in collaboration with Rocky Mountain Strings children’s orchestra, under the direction of Chandelle Fairbanks. To learn more, visit


Soloists (in order of appearance): Reese Oliveira, Kenya Clark, Bella Bandley, Tinsley Smith, Ellie Barry, Braelyn Newbury
Orchestra: Alina Baron, Emma Bergstedt, Grace Bergstedt, Cari Davenport, Haley Dumas, Josie Fairbanks, Ellie Fairbanks, Eliza Hart, Lydia Haws, Madi Hansen, Alaina Hola, Aryanna Holmes, Hope Jackson, Sarah Kendall, Sophie Taylor, Emma Thackeray
Piano: Anne Cecala
Words and music by: Keith Andes, Peabo Bryson and Robbie Buchanan
Music arranged, produced, directed, recorded and mixed by: Masa Fukuda
Mastered by: Stoker White at Soularium Recording Studios, Alpine, Utah


Produced by: Amy Oakeson
Directed by : Jacob Dickey
Onsite Sound Engineer: Robert Wyss
Location Production Crew: Gordon Dunn, and Bradford Jones
Post Production by Jacob Dickey, Gordon Dunn, and Nicholas Dunn at Ex Machina Films, Salt Lake City, Utah

Special thanks to : Rocky Mountain Strings for facilitating a wonderful collaboration. Jenn Davis and the Wasatch Presbyterian Church for their generosity in allowing this video to be filmed in their beautiful sanctuary.

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St Judes Childrens Ranch

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St. Jude’s Ranch for Children is a 501(c)(3)
organization that serves all abused, abandoned
and neglected children and families by creating
new chances, new choices and new hope in a safe
homelike environment.
Established in 1966 in Boulder City, Nevada just
outside of Las Vegas, the Ranch has provided
home and healing to more than 1,000 children.

Introduction to Pioneer Clubs- A Midweek Children’s Program for Your Church

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Pioneer Clubs is a proven church-sponsored midweek clubs program for today’s kids, preschool through middle school. The program helps boys and girls build healthy relationships with caring Christian adults, peers and, most important, with Christ. Thousands of churches choose Pioneer Clubs because it is volunteer and kid-friendly and focuses on Bible study, Scripture memory and life skills development.

Olha a Rosa amarela (See the yellow rose) a Brizilian Folksong – Sung by Salt Lake Children’s Choir

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Salt Lake Children’s Choir singing “Olha a Rosa amarela” (See the yellow rose) a Brizilian Folksong at the 2011 Spring concert. Sung in the First Baptist Church of Salt Lake City, Utah 05-14-2011

Olha a Rosa amarela, Rosa
Tão Formosa, tão bela, Rosa
Olha a Rosa amarela, Rosa
Tão Formosa, tão bela, Rosa

Iá-iá meu lenço, ô Iá-iá
Para me enxugar, ô Iá-iá
Esta despedida, ô Iá-iá
Já me fez chorar, ô Iá-iá (repete)

Founded in the fall of 1979 and long regarded as one of the finest ensembles of its kind in the nation, the Salt Lake Children’s Choir consists of singers generally from 8-15 who hail from around the Salt Lake Valley and beyond. It emphasizes natural vocal production and works of the immortal masters, as well as oustanding folk and contemporary music from around the world (including the music of Sweden, Norway, Finland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Namibia, Zambia, Mexico, Venezuela, Chile, Bolivia, Brazil, Spain, Portugal, Japan, Korea, China, Italy, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, England, the Middle East and Native and African American). A prize winner in international competition, the choir has appeared with many internationally celebrated artists and organizations — including Grant Johannessen, Frederica von Stade, Marvin Hamlisch, Pete Seeger, and on numerous occasions with The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Utah Symphony (with whom it has also recorded). It has been featured at several conventions of the American Choral Directors’ Association, and has been heard on Public Radio International and PBS. Its singers are also regularly requested for major sound-tracks and promotions (which have included projects for such entities as CBS, NBC, and Walt Disney Productions).

The son of an internationally renowned choral conductor, director Ralph B. Woodward is an accomplished singer, horn player, composer and an authority on the care and development of the young voice. He has played in the American Wind Symphony, and also with the Rheinische Philharmonie and the Utah Symphony, performed with jazz greats, Chuck Mangione and J.J. Johnson, studied and recorded with horn virtuoso, Herman Baumann, and worked in close collaboration with pianist, Grant Johannessen and folk singer, Pete Seeger. His own considerable writing for the choir often reflects his extensive multi-cultural/lingual background in Europe and Latin America. In 1999 he was awarded special recognition for his teaching, arrangement, and conducting at the Golden Gate International Children’s Festival and Competition.

The Salt Lake Children’s Choir holds general auditions in early August (for boys and girls ages 8-15).

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Hope Children’s Home

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Founded in 1968, Hope Children’s Home has rescued nearly 5,000 children between the ages of infant to 18 years of age. Most of these children have been discarded, abused, unwanted, or orphaned although some of the children have simply come out of a situation where a parent just needed help. Our purpose at Hope Children’s home is to share Christ with the children and while in our care to mold them into Biblically and Academically educated members of our future society.

Our home is located in northwest Tampa, Florida on 55 beautifully wooded acres of land. Our campus consist of dormitories for the boys and girls that can house a total of 80 children as well as beautiful 4,000 sq. ft. cottages that care for our younger children and allowing siblings to live together. The children live in a family atmosphere with house parents who are with them twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to give guidance and encouragement.

Hope Children’s Home receives no State or Federal funding and is entirely supported by churches, private individuals, clubs, and organizations. The faith that we exercise each and every day for our needs is a faith that is passed on to the children as they see God’s faithful hand of provision.
For over 40 years, Hope Children’s Home has taken children in and tried to make a difference in their very impressionable lives. We feel that God has called us to help rebuild the broken lives of these children and to build the bridge, when possible, between home, parent, and child. The rewards of our labor are the thousands of young people across the country who are now productive adults raising their own children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.


“I Can Only Imagine” by MercyMe – cover by One Voice Children’s Choir

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Discover the REAL LIFE stories behind the story with exclusive interviews and behind the scenes footage of the courage, perseverance, and faith that inspired and motivated the creation of the One Voice Children’s Choir heartwarming cover of “I Can Only Imagine” by MercyMe, written by Bart Millard. Come back to the One Voice Children’s Choir channel daily for a new, real-life story. You can find these stories here:

The Sorensen family –

Liz Lemon Swindle –

Hannah Steinagel:

Charly Cook:

Lydia & Bo Gray –

The Liddell Family:

Lydia Haws –

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Soloists (in order of appearance):

Charly Cook
Kindia Sorenson
Anna Liddell
Makenzie Hess
Samuel LeVitre
Brooklyn Finklea
Lydia Jones
Tanner Thompson
Kainoa Sorensen
Jagger Weichers
Sammie Williams

“Rocky Mountain Strings” directed by Chandelle Fairbanks and Ramona Stirling

1st violins
Lydia Haws
Alina Baron
Ellie Fairbanks
Olivia Owens
Josie Fairbanks
Isabella Rosa
Eden Cutler
Seth Ricks
Jacquelyn Marsh
Emily Benson

2nd violins
Ellie Gehrett
Zach Brown
Whitney Baron
Lindsay Romwell
Samantha Ricks
Lauren Rodriguez
Amanda Benson
Carlie Benson
Brittany Benson
Edison Cutler

Studio Musicians:
Guitar: Lydia Gray
Cello: Nicole Pinnell
Violin: David Price
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Masa Fukuda @ One Voice Recording Studio

Special Appearances by: Hannah Steinagel, Akime Sorensen, Daisy Sorensen, Leila Sorensen, Jodi Sorensen, Rory Sorensen, Lydia Gray, Bo Gray, Lydia Haws, Anne Cecala, Jane Lemon, Liz Lemon Swindle, and Jesus model Phillip Miner.

Dancers: Ruby Cox, Rebecca McDaniel, Tessa Rowberry
American Sign Language: Sidnie Anderson

Music Arranged and Produced by Masa Fukuda

Film Credits:
Directed by: Heather Ravarino
Co-directed by: Nancy Bandley
Produced by: Tami Hansen, Nancy Bandley and Heather Ravarino
Production Team: Jueneta Boyle, Claudia Higginson, Wendy Anderson, Jeannette Liddell
Cinematography and editing by: Nick Sales (for booking contact [email protected])

On-set sound technician: Barton Thacker
Props: Flowers provided by Silver Cricket Floral and Atelier.
Paintings by Liz Lemon Swindle
Locations: Liz Lemon Swindle Studio
St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, Park City, Utah
The home and barn of Sam, Darcy and Dane Haas and their horse Remi.
The home of the Jenny and Rod Cook family.
Desert Star – production meeting
Flowers for Hannah from W.Barr and Nancy Edgington

Stage Lead: Jennifer Yorgesen
Lead chaperone: Saundra Farnsworth
Chaperones: Becky LeVitre, Krishel Karras
Choreography: Janae Cox, Tiffany McDaniel, Stacie Rowberry
Stage Presence Coaches: Anne Cecala, Pamela Butters

Wardrobe: Emily Childs, Stacie Rowberry
Behind the scenes videographer: Nancy Bandley, Rory Sorensen
Still photographer: Jueneta Boyle, Rory Sorensen

One Voice Children’s Choir
Masa Fukuda, Artistic Director
Anne Cecala, Assistant Artistic Director
Susan Campbell, Executive Director

Sheet music for this song, and many other songs arranged by Masa Fukuda can be purchased through Gambel Oak Publishing:

Hope Children’s Home

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Founded in 1968, Hope Children’s Home has rescued nearly 5,000 children between the ages of 2 and 18. Most of these children have been discarded, abused, unwanted, or orphaned. Some of them have faced life situations that left them a little off track.
Our purpose at Hope Children’s home is to share Christ with the children and mold them into Biblically educated members of our future society.
Our home is located in Tampa, Florida on 45 beautifully wooded acres of land. We have dormitories for the boys and girls that can house a total of 80 children. Hope Christian School is also located on our property and is accredited by the state of Florida, providing a private, quality, Christian education to each of our children, Nursery through 12th grade.
Hope Children’s Home receives no State or Federal funding and is entirely faith supported by churches, private individuals, clubs, and organizations. This faith is passed on to the children as they see God provide our every need. The children live in a family atmosphere with house parents who are on call twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week to give guidance and encouragement.