[As morning dawns and evening fades]

[As morning dawns and evening fades]

Composer: Glenn Packiam; Composer: Paul Baloche
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: Glenn Packiam

Glenn Packiam lives with his wife and four children in Colorado Springs, where he is the lead pastor of new life DOWNTOWN, an extension of New Life Church. Packiam has written four books, including Discover the Mystery of Faith and LUCKY: How the Kingdom Comes to Unlikely People. He was one of the founding leaders and songwriters for Desperation Band, and has since released a full-length solo album called Rumors and Revelations, an EP called The Kingdom Lives, and an iTunes LP called The Mystery of Faith. Packiam holds a BA in Theological/Historical Studies and a Masters in Management. After two years of graduate work at Fuller Theological Seminary, he is now beginning a Doctorate in Theology and Ministry at Durham University in the United… Go to person page >

Composer: Paul Baloche

Paul Baloche (b. June 4, 1962, Maple Shade Township, New Jersey) is one of the best-known modern worship artists and leaders of this day and age. He has written hundreds of songs, many of which have been covered by artists such as Michael W. Smith, Randy Travis, and SonicFlood. He has produced and co-produced albums, such as “God of Wonders” with Marc Byrd and Steve Hindalong. He’s won numerous Dove Awards, including the Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year Award in 2009 for “A New Hallelujah,” which he co-authored with Michael W. Smith and his wife, Debbie Smith. His music has appeared on a number of albums, including the platinum selling WoW worship series. On top of that, he’s written and produced twelve solo albums, and f… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [As morning dawns and evening fades]
Composer: Glenn Packiam
Composer: Paul Baloche
Key: B♭ Major
Copyright: © 2006 Integrity Worship Music, Integrity's Hosanna! Music (admin. Capital CMG Publishing ((IMI))

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