We use these “comebacker” videos in our seminars, usually as people are returning to the room after a break. They are all from YouTube. We try to select only “safe” videos – clean and appropriate for general use with other Christians. But a perception of what is “safe” sometimes differs from person to person. So please check to be sure that any video you choose is “safe” for you and your audience before you present it. Also, please understand that we have no control over the pop-up ads that appear. We suggest that you “x” (close) them when they pop-up.
A band of 4 professional cellists, prize winners of many international competitions. (4:12)
MercyMe performing "Happy Dance" while practicing isolation & social distancing. (3:01)
Musicians from New Orleans & Italy & India & Los Angeles & Netherlands & Japan & Chicago & Australia & Nepal & South Africa & Ghana join together to sing "Lean on Me... (4:33)
August 24, 2016 I went to my backyard to record a quick version of Everybody Wants to Rule the World by Tears for Fears. With storms rolling in, internet not working... (3:32)
Two of the greatest musical entertainers ever - now gone, but not forgotten. (2:36)
200 kids sing acapella backing up the multiple voices of Peter Hollens on "You Raise Me Up" (written by Josh Groban). The most inspiring cover of "You Raise Me Up" ... (4:08)
5-year-old Sophie Fatu adorably sings "Fly Me To The Moon" by Frank Sinatra. Wow, she's incredible! Also - See Sophie sing "Moon River." (1:48) https://youtu.be/R... (2:19)
This Grammy Hall of Fame song originally made popular by The Turtles in 1967 was performed by LCBC (church in Lancaster County, PA) in 2018 as a part of a sermon ser... (2:16)
Music to liven up your group (raise the energy level), by the contemporary Christian group - MercyMe. (3:33)
An international military band plays "Unchained Melody" in Germany. Awesome! (4:18)
America's Got Talent Audition - This girl learned how to yodel from a tape and a yodeling book. That's some crazy yodeling! (2:25)
Pentatonix (often abbreviated as PTX) is an American a cappella group from Arlington, Texas, consisting of five vocalists. (4:1)
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