Contagiously fun and upbeat! Scripture Power brings your favorite children's songs to life in a way your kids will love! Dance along with your kids to these upbeat remixes of songs like "Scripture Power," "Nephi's Courage," and "Once There Was a Snowman." Perfect for listening on any day of the week, your kids will be begging you to listen to these fun songs with gospel messages again and again.
- Scripture Power
- Nephi's Courage
- Got a Dime in My Pocket
- Fun to Do
- Holding Hands around the World
- The Wise Man and the Foolish Man
- We'll Bring the World His Truth (Army of Helaman)
- I Want to Be a Mother
- Here We Are Together
- Once There Was a Snowman
- I'll Follow Him in Faith
- The Family Is of God
- SKU: 5078001
By Erin, Submitted on 2015-02-25
I cannot even express how much I love this cd. These mixes are AMAZING. My kids and I have been rocking out in the car to these tunes and every time they sing We'll Bring The World His Truth I start crying. Every time. Don't hesitate to buy this CD it is so great.
By Michelle, Submitted on 2015-02-25
This CD is amazing!! The arrangements of the songs breathes new life into songs we're familiar with and makes them so much fun to sing. I love having music that is uplifting, fun and that everyone in my family enjoys listening to. If you liked "Popcorn Bopping", you will LOVE "Scripture Power"!
By Michael, Submitted on 2015-02-25
Any family with children will love this CD and it's predecessor, "Popcorn Bopping".
"Scripture Power", "Nephi's Courage", "Army of Helaman" and others are upbeat arrangements of songs kids are familiar with and will love to sing and dance along to.
"Got a Dime in My Pocket" and "I Want to Be a Mother" are fun, nostalgic updates to popular 70's LDS songs that parents may remember.
I was disappointed to have some songs reused from Popcorn Bopping, although with new arrangements ("Saturday", "Fun to Do") and would have liked to have seen a mash-up or two like the original had.
The arrangement of "The Family Is of God" is worth the price of the album alone. It's one of the most musically-interesting and doctrinally-important songs in recent memory- Primary or otherwise- and it works remarkably well with a rock ballad arrangement. It's my favorite of the entire set.
Bottom line- any LDS child will love the fun music and uplifting messages in this album. I'm thrilled to add it to my family's playlist.