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Video: To honor Sandy Hook victims, youths rap and sing about ‘A Happy Place’ called heaven

Children who participated in the National Youth Vocal Ministry Camp sing (and rap) about “A Happy Place” called heaven. The song references the 26 students and teachers killed in the Dec. 14, 2012, shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.
The fifth annual camp, hosted by the Southside Church of Christ in Rogersville, Ala., took place on the campus of Heritage Christian University in Florence, Ala.
Michael White, of the Minda Street Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas, helped produce the video.
Thanks to Bryant Malone of Acanetwork for the link.

Children sing about heaven at the National Youth Vocal Ministry Camp. (Photo via www.acanetwork.us)

  • Feedback
    Great Job Kids! I love to see young people using their gifts and talents to make a difference. A special thanks to the National Youth Vocal Ministry Camp and Genary HIcks for working with the kids!
    Jerome Malone
    August, 10 2013

    Thank you so much Christian Chronicle for supporting our children and their ministry. This really had touched our heart and again thanks.
    Bryant Malone
    August, 10 2013

    These kids will remember this event and the song for the rest of their lives. Now, they have a “Happy Place” as a purpose not only heaven but in their lives here.
    Thanks everyone involved. God bless these children!
    Bob Patterson
    August, 23 2013

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