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You Are Holy (Prince of Peace)

You are holy, You are mighty

Author: Marc Imboden; Author: Tammi Rhoton
Tune: YOU ARE HOLY
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: Recording
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Author: Marc Imboden

Marc Imboden has been leading worship and writing songs for the past 20 years. He has traveled throughout the country with his band playing for youth conventions, conferences, teaching workshops, and performing concerts for all age groups. His songs reflect a heart and passion that longs to draw people to a loving and gracious God. You may know him best by his song, “You are holy/ Prince of Peace” as recorded by Michael W. Smith, Newsong, Bob and Larry of the “Veggietales” and has been included in the new Baptist Hymnal. He currently lives in Lebanon Indiana with his wife Amy, and 4 children Nash, Hattie, Zoe and Jet. Over the years, Marc has developed a style of storytelling during worship that draws the crowd into an intimate plac… Go to person page >

Author: Tammi Rhoton

(no biographical information available about Tammi Rhoton.) Go to person page >

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Baptist Hymnal 2008 #70

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Glory to God #705

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Lift Up Your Hearts #598

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