1. Let Not the Needy Be Forgotten
    By: Bret Hesla

    A song about justice for the most vulnerable, including refugees, those trafficked, victims of violence. Based on Psalm 9. Learn More

  2. Only If We Learn To Share
    By: Ken Medema

    Ken Medema wrote this song to go with Day 4 Scriptures (John 6:1-14 ) and themes of the 2018 “Beyond Belief” Outdoor Ministries Curriculum Published By Chalice Press. The theme for the day is "What If There Is Enough?" Note: There are accompaniment tracks available (music recordings without the vocals) for all of Ken's 2018 Branching Out Curriculum songs. Learn More

  3. Sean Felices (That All Have Happiness)
    By: Tracy Howe Wispelwey

    This song is in Spanish, is arranged for choirs, and is part of an "Oscar Romero Cantata" written by Tracy Howe Wispelwey. The Cantata is based on the homilies of Arch Bishop Romero who was assassinated in El Salvador in 1980 for speaking out against human rights violations and particularly defending the most vulnerable among the poorest of the poor. According to the composer, "this is a song repenting of materialism and recognizing God's will and blessing on all God's people." This could be a powerful choral anthem, and an entire service could easily be built around the themes in the lyrics. See the translation to understand the lyrics in English. Learn More