What's going on with Maynard's Groovy Bible Tunes, from day to day...
A New Song is on its way...
"God has a Plan" is a Bible-Overview Song, linked with John 3:16. It's about being God's People, in God's Place, under God's Rule and Blessing.
We sang it and loved it at HotShots Summer Club 2010, and so now I'm working on releasing it.
I've recorded the full track, I'm doing the sheet music, and once the backing track is done then I've just got to package it and upload it and you can listen!
I've got a Galilee song - honest! Click Here!
People keep getting directed to MGBT when they search for "Galilee Song", but then they never find it. So here it is: Children's Bible Song about the Sea of Galilee!
Amy emailed me, saying:
"Just wanted to let you know that I just stumbled across your website and absolutely love the words and music for your songs (Maynard was great too). ... I'll be pouring through your songs in the days to come and see what we can incorporate into a singing time before our church's kids' program. I also want my kids to learn them. Thanks for your wonderful songs!"
She also said:
"Just curious, if I want to order every mp3 file, is there an easy way to do so without having to click on every song?"
I thought long and hard - and here's the answer: the Complete MP3 Collection!
A CD-ROM of every song (Jukebox, not 'Rockin'!) in Full Track and Backing Track MP3s, top quality (320kbps), with Acetate Masters and Sheet Music in PDF format as well.
It's in the store now - click here for the Complete MP3 Collection
It's fixed - and I'm really sorry that I hadn't realised it was broken...!
When you click on "Sheet Music" on the Jukebox, you'll now get taken to the right place, instead of seeing just a blank white page.
Thanks James M for telling me about the problem - I really appreciate that.
Mandy has emailed asking about songs for Scripture Union's "Champion's Challenge" Holiday Club.
How about these for ideas:
And these aren't so sporty, but go down well at our holiday clubs:
... as well as EVERY OTHER SONG, of course!