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How Good and Pleasant

[How Good and Pleasant]

Author: Tommy Walker
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Tommy Walker

Tommy Walker has led worship at Christian Assembly in Los Angeles since 1990. Through his ministry of leading worship he has travelled with Promise Keepers, Greg Laurie Harvest Crusades and Franklin Graham. He’s worked with church leaders such as Rick Warren and Bill Hybels. But he is best known for his music, including the popular songs “Only a God Like You,” “Mourning into Dancing,” and “He Knows My Name.” Walker travels frequently with his band, primarily to the Philippines, but is based in Los Angeles with his wife, Robin, and their four children. Tommy Walker Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: [How Good and Pleasant]
Title: How Good and Pleasant
Author: Tommy Walker
Source: Songbook 16 (Hosanna!) (Integrity Music, Inc., 2002)
Language: English

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Scripture Song Database #1529

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