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Get Up! by Slugs and Bugs (and Friends)

A cute video clip of Get Up! which is Randall Goodgame and Propaganda’s version of a story from John 5 in which Jesus heals a man born lame, as recorded on Sing The Bible with Slugs and Bugs Volume 3.
Apart from purchasing these via webstore or downloads, Reformers Bookshop in Australia stock the physical CDs.


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Stars (Philippians 2:14-15) by Slugs And Bugs

Stars is a memory verse song of Philippians 2:14-15 from Randall Goodgame’s Sing The Bible With Slugs And Bugs Volume 3.


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Do You Not Know – Isaiah 40:28-31 by Slugs And Bugs

A musical rendition of Isaiah 40:28-31 by Randall Goodgame / Slugs & Bugs Music.


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In The Beginning – Sing The Bible Christmas Album

In The Beginning is a Sing The Bible Christmas Album from Randall Goodgame (performing as Slugs and Bugs)
Not so much silly songs this time as Scripture carefully selected to highlight Christmas themes and set to wonderfully jazz tinged tunes for young and old alike to memorise.
Here’s a minute and a half of the first track on the album, In The Beginning, a take on the Gospel of John, chapter 1.


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Sing The Bible Family Christmas – New Album From Slugs And Bugs

Randall Goodgame at Slugs And Bugs has taken one part Scripture, one part fun, one part nod to A Charlie Brown Christmas, and some familiar seasonal additions to create Slugs And Bug’s second Christmas album, Sing The Bible Family Christmas.
Unlike their first Christmas album this one doesn’t have a lot of silliness (the Christmas Camel does not get a shout-out), but there’s a whimsical streak that stands up to repeated listening.

Available at Slugs And Bugs or digital retailers.
Here’s a trailer.


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John 11 by Randall Goodgame

John 11 is a song about new life by Randall Goodgame.
Here’s a performance/tutorial video from 2008.


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The Wind by Randall Goodgame

I was listening to Randall Goodgame’s album The Hymnal this afternoon and thought that a track called The Wind sounded like a cover of a Keith Green song.
Something about the piano and vocal flourishes.
Turns out that it’s all Randall, though.
Which is pretty good.