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FIRST LOVE - A historic gathering of Jesus Music pioneers : What people are saying
I just saw 'First Love' and I was blown away. At the end, all
I could do was sob...and pray. I became a Christian in 1971, and these
guys were right there in my life...making a major impact!"
Daniel F. Rice, Seattle
"...these DVDs are great because they help you remember the excitement
we used to have, the wonder of God's grace and love...They called it the
Pastor Chuck Smith, Founder,
First Love (both DVDs and CD) are wonderful. I still tear up when
I think about them. I had forgotten how important those early musicians
were to the Jesus Movement back when I was first saved."
"The Jesus Movement was a holy explosion; it was a dramatic work of the
Holy Spirit. Spiritually it was as refreshing a thing that has happened
in the 20th Century."
Pastor Jack Hayford - Church on The Way
Van Nuys, California
Sometimes in our lives, seemingly unrelated events come together in such
a way they make a very strong point. Such was the case for me a few weekends
ago. I had just received the two video set First Love and planned on watching
it Saturday evening.
In the Saturday morning paper, within just two pages, were two stories that
impacted me significantly. First was a long story about Mitch Albom, the Detroit
sportswriter, who wrote the monstrously successful book Tuesdays with Morrie.
The point of the article was that Albom could with great eloquence recount
the lessons he learned from Morrie Schwartz, his former professor, yet in
reality he struggles to show evidence of the lessons in his life. Then came
a review about a biography of Henri Nouwen, which talked with some sharpness
of Nouwen's shallow theology and the life he led. While these stories were
interesting, I passed them off as interesting weekend reading. Read