Harmony in the Desert is a yearly Gospel music concert held in Tucson, Arizona over three days, attended by Message believing Artists from around the world. This year, the singers at Harmony in the Desert produced a live CD to benefit relief efforts in the Philippine Islands devasted by Typhoon Haiyan.
The Worst Typhoon Ever?
In a world where disasters in remote locations show up in the news daily, it is hard to get a sense of scale. But by many accounts Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) which clobbered the Philippine Islands in November 2013 is an epic event. It is reported to have the highest windspeeds ever to make landfall, and resulted in over 6000 fatalities. Read the full account here: Typhoon Haiyan
Relief efforts from many agencies are underway, but our focus is on our own special people, our brothers and sisters in the faith. Many homes, livelihoods, and entire church buildings have been destroyed. Miraculously, very few lives were lost, but the rebuilding task is immense.
In Jan. 2014, some of the singers at Harmony In the Desert recorded a song to benefit the relief efforts. This beautiful piece, sung by Isaiah Brooks, Sally Duke, Natash Hoyer and choir is titled "Sing to me Shalom". It is a song of hope in troubled times. You can have a high quality copy of this song, and 10 more from Harmony in the Desert 2014, in exchange for your generous donation.
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