CHILDREN’S SCRIPTURE-POP GROUP THE RIZERS CREATE VIDEOS FOR A SING-A-LONG WORSHIP EXPERIENCE

MEET THE RIZERS ON SALE AT FAMILY CHRISTIAN STORES UNTIL TOMORROW
Children’s scripture-pop group, The Rizers, continue on their mission to get kids excited about scripture with their new videos created for a sing-a-long worship experience. These videos are being used in partnership with Mars Hill Church in Seattle for their kids’ program. The Rizers’ videos feature fun animation to the upbeat scripture songs while teaching God’s Word.The videos can be viewed here.

Churches can purchase the music videos at WorshipHouseKids.com to use in kids’ ministry programs. The songs featured in these ultra high-energy videos are available for purchase on both Rizers’ albums. The debut album, Meet The Rizers, is on sale for $5 at Family Christian Stores online and in stores until tomorrow, April 26.
ABOUT THE RIZERS:
The Rizers released their second album, Rise Up, in October 2011 featuring ten brand new, upbeat scripture songs to teach kids God’s Word while having fun rocking to the tunes. Last year families were introduced to the upbeat, kid-friendly animated group The Rizers, and since then they have made a huge wave with parents, kids and children’s ministers. The Rizers present culturally relevant music instilling a love for Jesus Christ and His Word through scripture memory, praise and worship.

Their debut, “Meet The Rizers,” released on iTunes and AmazonMP3 in 2010 and peaked at No. 1 on AmazonMP3.com (Children’s Music), No. 6 (Christian & Gospel), as well as No. 4 on iTunes (Kids Music). The project was also included in the Dove-nomination ballot this year. Parents, children, media and bloggers have been raving about this fun-filled music praising God with coverage in the likes of ParentLife, Foursquare.org, The Resurgence as well as featured on many top kids ministry sites.

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