MP3 Carter Conlon - Where Christmas Never Ends
This CD intertwines Christmas classics like "Silent Night" and "Carol of the Christ" with smooth, easy-on-the-ears, classic sounds and a message of joy, hope and celebration for all who would hear.
10 MP3 Songs in this album (37:05) !
Related styles: KIDS/FAMILY: Kid Friendly, SPIRITUAL: Traditional Gospel
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You are invited to hear the latest sure to be instant classic music CD entitled, "Where Christmas Never Ends"! Written and sang by Carter Conlon, Senior Pastor of Times Square Church, each song will grab you into the eternal blessing of the Christmas season.
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This is Carter Conlon''s sophomore project that debuts the story of his life and history as a child during Christmases in cold Canadian weather.
Carter writes a note to the listener... read below:
From the time of my earliest remembrance, Christmas was my favorite time of year. Mom and Dad always did their best to make it so. Even when they went home to heaven, it was in the Christmas season, keeping it special to the end. The title song, "Where Christmas Never Ends" is for them.
Many of the songs on this recording were written from memories of my early years. growing up in an old mining town in Canada. I remember that sometime in mid-November the milkman traded his regular delivery truck for a sleigh with horses whose harnesses were adorned with bells. Whenever that sleigh appeared I knew Christmas was just around the corner! Zechariah 14:20 tells us that at the time of Christ''s return to reign, "shall there be upon the bells of the horses, ''holiness unto the Lord.''" Oh how I''m longing for the sound of His final return!
As a child I was fascinated by tree ornaments with fragile indented centers.. In fact, I broke the center out of more than a few of them! It seemed to be a compulsion I couldn''t avoid. The tradition at this time of year was for families to go house to house visiting for two or three days. Mom and Grandma always made their traditional Christmas meat pies to share with family and friends. Christmas is a time for sharing. When it came to gift-giving, Mom and Dad were practical-lots of clothes and such-but my Grandpa Dave could always be counted on to buy me one of those old-time battery-operated remote-controlled toys. He knew me like nobody else did. I loved him. Though I was only eight years old when he was gone, I have felt his influence all of my life.
Today traditions are disappearing. Many people are full of heartache instead of happiness. The excitement of Christ and Christmastime is something I''ve always wanted to share with others, especially the coming generations. The sights and sounds of Christmas on this album will hopefully bring others a measure of the joy I''ve experienced. I hope this music will bless you. Above all, know this: Jesus loves you with a love which our minds cannot fully comprehend, yet our hearts can be opened to receive and feel it-especially at Christmastime.
Merry Christmas! -Carter Conlon"