Fred Hammond and Radical for Christ: Purpose By Design Trailer

Fred Hammond and Radical for Christ: Purpose By Design Trailer (1996)

01 January 1996

This compilation of inspirational tunes from one of today's most praised contemporary gospel singers is a musical treat to uplift the spirit and renew faith. Joined by a choir of talented vocal artists, Fred Hammond presents a selection of songs including some from his Billboard No. 1 album. The collection of 18 tracks includes "Let the Praise Begin," "I Want My Destiny," "Please Don't Pass Me By," "Give Me a Clean Heart" and "We Worship You."

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