Go Fish Worship Bundle

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Purchase all 5 together and take advantage of BIG savings!

INCLUDES 29 SONGS (5 Christmas, 4 Easter, and 20 you can use all year round!)

Volume 1 songs: My God, Fruit of the Spirit, Praise Your Name, Gotta Move!, Jump (featuring DJ Pray Z), and Glory. Click to view the Volume 1 Sampler Video

Volume 2 songs: Shine, Superhero, Rise & Shine, Worthy (Featuring DJ Pray-Z), All For You, and I'll Fly Away. Click to view the Volume 2 Sampler Video

Volume 3 songs: The Bible Book Bop, Movin' To The Beat (Featuring DJ Pray-Z), Christ The Lord Is Risen Today, All Of My Heart, Superstar, and Lord I Lift Your Name On High. Click to view the Volume 3 Sampler Video

Volume 4 songs: The Ten Commandment Boogie, Stories, Saved, The B-I-B-L-E, He Arose, and I Believe. Click to view the Volume 4 Sampler Video

Christmas Volume songs: Joy To The World, It's About The Cross, The Christmas Dance, Christmas With A Capital "C", and Joyful, Joyful We Adore TheeClick to view the Christmas Volume Sampler Video

4 Reviews

Vickie Mar 13th 2017

Awesome songs

Loved the high energy songs and the movements that go with them! Use all of it in the kids church. Learning some of the songs for a skit for church.

David Gustafson Jun 27th 2016

For the most part, very solid, doctrinally

While there were a couple (or so) of disappointing videos that had very little to nothing scriptural in them, but the vast majority of the videos were very well done and presented the gospel well. The videos are kid oriented, but what is being taught is "meaty" enough for adults as well. The Worship Resource Kit is a very versatile set of videos complete with printable teaching tools. I really enjoy that the videos teach the trinity of God, the books of the Bible, the 10 Commandments, that we sin, that salvation is by grace through faith and that by no other name are we saved, and so much more. GoFish is not afraid to proclaim the name of Jesus and point clearly to Him in their songs. Their focus on Jesus sets them apart from the more popular CCM songs and artists who abstractly refer to Jesus, who fail to mention His name or whose songs are really about praising the creation rather than the creator.

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