John Tirro | Journey to the Jordan

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Journey to the Jordan

by John Tirro

Thoughtful meditations on Christianity in today's world, with a communion liturgy for contemporary worship.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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1. To You
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2. Cleanse the Thoughts
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3. The World's Finest Hour
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4. Yours Eternally
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5. Angels
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6. Poor Me
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7. Reasons to Believe
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8. The Prince of Surprises
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9. When I Pray for Peace
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10. Shalom, Salaam
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11. The Lord Be With You
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12. On the Night He Was Betrayed
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13. The Lord's Prayer
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14. Lamb of God
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15. Swimmin' in the Jordan
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16. Safe as Baby Moses
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17. Use Me Up
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
John's studio credits include leading an all-star choir on the Dove Award-winning CD, "Tribute: the Songs of Andrae Crouch," featuring such artists as Michael W. Smith, CeCe Winans and Twila Paris. As a writer, John has had songs recorded on Platinum and Double Platinum albums by Rascal Flatts, LeAnn Rimes, Diamond Rio and Bryan White, including "So Much for Pretending" and "Imagine That" (#1 and Top 5 hits for Bryan White and Diamond Rio). Two songs from Journey to the Jordan, "To You" and "The Lord's Prayer," have been sung in worship by churches across the United States.

John is currently working on a Masters of Divinity degree at Yale's Institute of Sacred Music, and he is in candidacy to become a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

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Mark Freeman

Just as HE is worthy of praise so is this collection of songs
A "must have' release. This album as well as John's other release I'll credit with getting me through some very tough days over this past year. John's a talented writer and musician and I'm grateful to have both his recordings. They are uplifting and at times challenging to my soul-- HE has done well to use John as an instrument of PEACE in a world of chaos. Thanks be to you John and to our God for His talents expressed within us!
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Mary Thetford


John, you've opened a whole new world in Christian musical worship for me! Thanks.
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Linda Peterson

hauntingly beautiful--a feast for the ears and the soul
Hauntingly beautiful music, uplifting, engaging. "Swimming In The Jordan" and "The Lord's Prayer" are favorites. The liturgical music is perfect congregational music, simply the best! This is very sophisticated music, easy to hear and hard to forget, multidimensional. Read the insert for genesus of "Shalom, Salaam", then listen to the beautiful melody and perfect words--very moving. Tirro's music is head and shoulders above what is typically classified as contemporary Christian music.
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H.M.


Soothing music for the mind and spirit - very uplifting!
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Barbara Faig

Intense, Contemplative, Enriching
Impossible to listen and not feel moved and inspired. Deep messages presented with simplicity and honesty. "Use Me Up" speaks my personal prayer to God for my life. Thank you for expressing my desire into words that I couldn't find.
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