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The Grace Of Life
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In the third chapter of 1 Peter marriage is called “the grace of life” and Martha and I have found that to be true. The blessing of becoming one flesh with another person in body and soul is a divine gift, and above and beyond that, we have found God loves His people in a special way through a godly spouse. Our marriage has taught us that God's graces are many: grace to live by, grace to die by, grace to be saved, grace to stay saved, grace to trust, grace to hope, grace to sustain, grace to stand by, grace to fall on, grace to pardon, grace to sanctify, grace to glorify. This album is itself a marriage of sorts. It's a union of old and new songs; of piano and voice; of introspection and worship; of our two hearts and our two artistries. We pray that through these songs your hearts would cleave to these truths as ours have, so that you will fully enjoy these graces of life.

Be Still My Soul - I, II, & III Psalms 42, Isaiah 46:8-13, Revelation 21:1-4 Words - Katherine von Schlegel, 1752, trans. Jane Borthwick, 1855/Music - Jean Sibelius, 1899 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Background Vocals - Miles

Bound To Come Some Trouble 2 Timothy 3:10-17, Psalm 56, 1 Peter 4:12-19 Words & Music - Rich Mullins, 1989 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Recitation - Martha

Great Is Thy Faithfulness/For The Beauty Of The Earth Psalm 108:1-6, Psalm 19:1-6, Psalm 117 Music - William Runyan, 1923 (Great Is Thy Faithfulness)/Music - Conrad Kocher, 1838 (For The Beauty Of The Earth) Piano - Martha/Arrangement - Martha

My Portion Forever Lamentations 3:22-24, Psalm 73 Words & Music - Matt Papa, 2011 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Cello - Tim Denbo

Grace By Which I Stand Romans 5:1-2, Jude 24-25, 1 Corinthians 1:8-9 Words & Music - Keith Green, 1980 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Bouzouki - Glen Duncan

Father, How Sweet John 1:1-4, Hebrews 1:1-4, Phillippians 2:1-11 Words & Music - Mark Altrogge, 2012 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Violin, Viola - David Davidson/Cello - Tim Denbo

Jesus Paid It All Jeremiah 13:23-25, Isaiah 1:16-19, 1 Peter 1:17-19 Music - John Grape, 1868 Piano - Martha/Arrangement - Martha

You Are With Me Psalm 139 Words & Music - Amy Keffer-Shellem & Joe Johnston, 2007 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Acoustic Guitar - Michael Card

The Spirit Of Brokenness Isaiah 6:1-7, Hebrews 2:1-3, Revelation 2:1-7, Psalm 51:16-17, Words & Music - Rodney Griffin & Gerald Wolfe, 1996 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Cello - Tim Denbo

Complete In Thee Romans 8 Words - Aaron Wolfe & James M. Gray, Music - Ben Nyce, 1999 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Background Vocals - Miles

Kingdom Hymn Isaiah 2:2-4, Psalm 2:7-9, Isaiah 35 Words - Ed Miller, Music - Buddy Greene, 2008 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Penny Whistle - John Mock/Bouzouki - Glen Duncan

Man Of No Reputation Isaiah 53, Matthew 8:20, Ezekiel 11:19-20, Luke 4:16-30 Words & Music - Rick Elias, 1998 Piano - Martha/Organ - Gary Prim/Guitar - Kevin Williams/Electric Guitar - Kelly Back/Bass - Duncan Mullins/Percussion - Tommy Harden/Violin - David Davidson, David Angell/Viola - Monisa Angell/Cello - Carole Rabinowitz/Trombone - Tommy Cooper/Background Vocals - Miles/String Arrangement - Milton Smith/

Grace Be With You All 2 Corinthians 13:11-14, Hebrews 13, 2 Thessalonians 3:16-18 Words & Music - Michael Card, 2000 Piano - Martha/Vocals - Miles/Accordion - Jeff Taylor/Bouzouki - Glen Duncan


Arranged by Martha & Miles Recorded, produced, and mixed by Tommy Cooper Piano and vocals recorded at AFAB Studio, Nashville, TN “Man Of No Reputation” track recorded at OmniSound Studios, Nashville, TN and Little Big Sound, Nashville, TN Orchestration engineer: Jeff Pitzer Engineered by Tommy Cooper Mastered by Keith Compton Photography: Martha Graphics: McClearen Design Studios Replication: TCA (Tape Corporation of America)


Be Still My Soul - I Bound To Come Some Trouble Great Is Thy Faithfulness/For The Beauty Of The Earth My Portion Forever Grace By Which I Stand Father, How Sweet Jesus Paid It All Be Still My Soul - II You Are With Me The Spirit Of Brokenness Complete In Thee Be Still My Soul - III Kingdom Hymn Man Of No Reputation Grace Be With You All

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10th Annual Homecoming DVD
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Live 80 minute concert recording featuring a choir and over a half hour of bonus features.

SONGS: Revive Us Again/Heavenly Parade/How Great Thou Art/The Christmas Run/Heart That Will Never Break Again/O Come, O Come, Emmanuel/The Son Of A Carpenter/Days Of Elijah/Did He Hear My Cry/Singing In The Dark/His Blood Has Made Us One/Modern Man/He Is

BONUS MILES: Miles From Home/Miles From Nowhere/Frequent Flyer Miles

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10th Annual Homecoming CD
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80 minute live concert recording featuring a choir.

SONGS: Revive Us Again/Heavenly Parade/One Saturday In Hell/Heart That Will Never Break Again/There Is A Fountain/Jesus Will Pick You Up/They Cry Holy, Holy, Holy/The Christmas Run/High And Lifted Up/Hallelujah Chorus/God's Still Faithful/Modern Man/Creed/Speak, O Lord/He Is

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Hard - Rich Mullins 1 Corinthians 9:24-27, Galatians 5:17, Romans 7:14-25 When I came to Christ, I had an idea of what being a Christian would mean in my life. A few changes here and there and get rid of some bad habits. Now, years after my conversion, I realize I had no idea what Christ had in mind. More than that, I realize I had no idea what He had to work with — or rather, the lack thereof.

Don’t Unpack Your Bags - Steve & Annie Chapman Hosea 4:6-9, 2 Timothy 4:1-5 In the beginning, people flocked to Christ for his powerful speaking and for his amazing miracles. But the truth He spoke offended people; rubbed salt in their decaying souls. And in the end, the majority of those that had followed him rejected what He said, and for three years of ministry, all the Son of God had to show for it was perhaps 500 people. Somehow, this is encouraging to me, in a round about way. Every preacher desiring to follow in Christ’s steps should consider seriously what He said — if I was rejected, you will be rejected. If I was hated, you will be hated.

Would Jesus Wear A Rolex - Margaret Archer/Chet Atkins Hebrews 13:5, Matthew 8:20, 1 Timothy 6:3-12 The only reason I can get away with bringing this issue up is because the song is funny. Otherwise it would be judgmental and “surely you don’t mean Bro. So-And-So” would start flying through the air. To me, the very fact that Bro. So-And-So popped into your head at all is a little telling. Obviously there’s a little doubt there already. And there shouldn’t be. God’s spokesmen should have an untainted reputation, in the world as well as in the church. Period. Is that a tall order? You betcha.

You Love The World - Keith Green James 4:3-10, 1 John 2:15-17, Luke 9:23-26, Luke 21:34-36 When I read what Christ said about loving the world, I find that His emphasis is on the love of it’s security, the love of it’s respect, the love of it’s entertainment — simple everyday loves. And I find the love of the world hiding in the shadows of my own heart, and once again have to cry out for forgiveness and grace.

Why Aren’t We Waiting - Chaz Bosarge Colossians 4:2-4, Isaiah 26:8-11, 2 Peter 3:11-14, Psalms 37 “Why aren’t we waiting?” I can easily answer with a quickly manufactured theological mini sermon, but “why am I personally not waiting,” is not so easily answered. Wonderfully good and needful things keep me from my Lord. I find myself Martha (the Biblical Martha — this is not a jab at my wife), wishing I could be Mary (the Biblical Mary — not any Mary you know), but too practical to actually let some of the good and needful things go undone.

Brother’s Keeper - Rich Mullins/Beaker Genesis 4:9, Luke 10:25-37, Luke 6:27-42 I want to be good to the people in my life so badly. And I know that’s part of the evidence of salvation — loving your neighbor and wanting to be true to the love that Christ places in your heart. But there’s not much that I fail at more regularly. I’m forever needing to go back to the Lord to ask Him to help me do what He has given me the desire to do — make me my brother’s keeper.

Man Against Man - Buddy Greene Colossians 3:1-17, Deuteronomy 10:17-19, Leviticus 19:15, James 2:1-17 When Christ looked at a person, I guess there was really only one category He ever saw. Adams race, all created in God’s image, all broken, all sinful, all needing a Savior. And when I forget that, my condemning, judgmental, stereotyping reflex demonstrates that it is alive and well in my flesh.

Recovering Pharisee - Buddy Greene Romans 7:21-8:11 My Christian life is very similar to what I imagine rehab is like. I’m in recovery — the cure has been given and it is even now at work. My mind is being changed to reflect the mind of Christ. But my flesh has got ruts a mile deep where the wheels of old habits go round and round. I know Christ is at work within me, but sometimes I wish He’d speed up the process.

Live Your Life - Tim Lovelace Proverbs 11:10, Matthew 12:33-36, Luke 6:43-49 I’ve sung the standards at dozens of funeral and heard some whitewashed (sometimes completely erroneous) eulogies by pastors who either did not know the person or knew them and lied as big as Dallas. And then there were the sweet funerals where we grieved for the gaping hole left in our lives, yet knew we’d see them again. That’s what I want my funeral to be like.

Modern Man - Stephen Hill Romans 3:10-18, Isaiah 59 When people come to our house, they are often surprised by the quiet. In the beginning of our marriage, we decided to do without cable TV; at the same time, living in the sticks, we have internet that is limited and slow. Not having those things, we gradually reacquired the sensitivity to filth that had somewhat eroded for both of us with prolonged exposure to media before marriage. When we see live TV now, it amazes us to think that we were at one time comfortable to be entertained by that. That’s an issue previous generations never had to deal with. Evil that used to be shut out of the protected atmosphere of the home is now piped in at every moment without pause. You can hold it in your hand, you can put it in your ear; it is readily accessible anywhere you go.

Hard to Get - Rich Mullins Psalm 73, Isaiah 55:8-11, Luke 22:39-46, Isaiah 53:4 What stands out most to me about the person of Christ is that He’s absolutely unpredictable. He’s full of contrasts. In every given circumstance He does exactly the right thing — but the right thing is rarely what I would have thought the right thing would be. If I had been a disciple, I’m very sure I’d have been yelling with the rest of them, “Master, wake up! Don’t you care that we’re gonna die?” Very sure, because that’s exactly the way I am now.

You Get Back Each Single Minute - Mark Bishop 2 Corinthians 4:16-5:2, 1 Peter 5:10, Romans 8:18-37 “I will restore the years that the locusts have eaten.” I love these words in Joel. I know so many people who are like the saints of the Old Testament — they don’t understand the ‘why’ of their present circumstances, but they look ahead with eyes of faith and know that in the end, God will make it right.

Talk About the Good Times - Jerry Reed 1 Peter 1:3-9, Isaiah 65:17-25, Isaiah 11:1-9, Isaiah 2:1-5 This song reminds me so much of my Grandad — a man who loved Jesus, loved his family, and loved his community. He was told that he needed open heart surgery by the doctor, and when his sister got onto him for cooking his eggs, bacon, biscuits, & gravy, he told her, “There’s somebody bigger than the doctor. I’m hurting, I’m tired, and I’m ready to go.” It makes me smile to think of him seinin’ for minners in the River of Life, humming “Just a Closer Walk With Thee.” Talk about a good time.

I pray this album is convicting to the heart, maturing to the mind, and an assault on the carnal. May the truth of Christ have the platform through these songs and be perfectly candid. Paul said in 2 Corinthians 4:2 "We have renounced disgraceful ways; we refuse to deal craftily or to adulterate or handle dishonestly the Word of God, but we state the truth candidly. And so we commend ourselves in the sight and presence of God to every man's conscience."

Recorded and produced by Tommy Cooper Tracks recorded at OmniSound Studio, Nashville Engineers: Tommy Cooper, Lee Unfried, Mike Walter Vocals recorded at AFAB Studio, Nashville Mixed at AFAB Studio, Nashville Strings recorded at Little Big Sound, Nashville Orchestra Engineer: Jeff Pitzer Mastering - Keith Compton, Nashville Graphics - McClearan Design Studios Cover Art - Lorianne Hubbard Replication - TCA (Tape Corporation of America)

Piano/Organ/Keyboards: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden, John Hammond Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric Guitars: Kelly Back Acoustic Guitar/Banjo/Fiddle: Bruce Watkins Fiddle/Bouzouki: Glen Duncan Steel Guitar/Dobro: Scott Sanders Penny Whistle/Recorder: Sam Levine Accordion: Jeff Taylor Harmonica: Buddy Greene Cello: John Catchings Jug: Tommy Cooper Background Vocals: Miles Pike, Martha Pike, Angela Primm, Gale Mayes, Reggie Smith, Buddy Greene String Arrangements & Orchestrations: Milton Smith Orchestra: Violins: David Davidson, David Angell/Viola: Monisa Angell/Cello: John Catchings Lyrics and soundtracks are available at

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Timeless Truth: For Times Like These
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In a day and time when truth is considered to be subjective — what is true for you may not be true for me — absolute truth seems to be an illusive enigma. Many well known faces of mainstream Christianity refrain from being dogmatic about areas of controversy regarding areas clearly defined in the Word of God. Assaults on scientific, political, and philosophical fronts have silenced thousands who profess to hold the truth.

This collection of songs is intended to be a clarion call to arouse the hearts and minds of those who may have been shaken into silence regarding the sufficiency and inerrancy of the words of our God who cannot lie. Most of these songs have stood the test of hundreds of years and are still the accepted anthems of faith throughout the worldwide church. A few modern hymn selections have also been included to remind us that truth is the same yesterday, today, and forever and that it is still being celebrated with clarity and strength.

In the book of Acts (i.e. Acts 19:23), unbelievers commonly referred to Christianity as “the Way” because they viewed its followers as narrowminded — unaccepting of any other way to God. This narrow mindset about truth has preserved the purity of the Christian faith down through the centuries. I think it appropriate to include here the historic stance of those who brought about the Protestant Reformation and stood against the massive onslaught of false teachers who tried to add to what is revealed to us in the sixty-six books of the Holy Bible:

Sola scriptura! Sola fide! Sola gratia! Solus Christus! Soli Deo gloria!

By Scripture alone! By faith alone! By grace alone! Through Christ alone! Glory to God alone!

These are the tenets that Christ’s Church has always accepted as the Way. Removing any one of these principles from your belief removes you from Biblical Christianity. This is Truth. It lives and works through the pages of Holy Scripture alone and it encompasses all that pertains to life and Godliness.

1 Peter 1:24-25 quotes the Old Testament prophet, Isaiah, “The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever.” This word is the good news that was preached to you. This is timeless truth.

Revive Us Again Psalms 85:4-13, Isaiah 57:14-21, Ephesians 4:17-32 Words: Will­iam P. Mac­kay 1863/Music: John J. Hus­band, 1815 Intro Arranged by: Tommy Cooper 2013 Piano/Organ: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric Guitars: Kelly Back Acoustic Guitar: Bruce Watkins Background Vocals: Miles Pike Orchestrations: Milton Smith

Creed 1 Corinthians 15:1-28 Words: The Apostles Creed circa 140 AD/Music: Rich Mullins 1993/Recitation: Acts 17:24-31 circa 50 AD Piano/Organ: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric & Acoustic Guitars: Kelly Back Background Vocals: Justin Baker String Arrangements & Orchestrations: Milton Smith Orchesta: Violins: David Davidson, David Angell/Viola: Monisa Angell/Cello: John Catchings

How Deep The Father’s Love For Us Ephesians 3:14-21, Romans 5:1-11, Romans 8:31-39 Words & Music: Stuart Townend 1995/Blessed Assurance Words: Fan­ny Cros­by 1873/Music: Phoe­be P. Knapp Piano/Organ: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric Guitars: Kelly Back Acoustic Guitar: Bruce Watkins Harmonica: Buddy Greene Background Vocals: Reggie Smith

The Church’s One Foundation 1 Corinthians 3:10-17/Luke 6:46-49/Ephesians 4:1-16 Words: Sam­uel J. Stone, Lyra Fi­del­i­um 1866/Music: Aurelia, Sam­u­el S. Wesley 1864 Piano/Organ: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric Guitars: Kelly Back Background Vocals: Angela Primm, Gale Mayes, Reggie Smith

Praise To The Lord, The Almighty Habakkuk 3:17-19, Psalm 121, Psalm 36:1-12 Words: Jo­ach­im Ne­an­der 1680/Music: Lobe den Her­ren, An­der Theil des Er­neu­er­ten Ge­sang­buch 1665/Recitation: Psalms 100 circa 1000 BC

Let Us Love And Sing And Wonder Ephesians 2, Hebrews 12:18-24 Words: John Newton 1774/Music: Buddy Greene 2000 Piano: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric Guitars: Kelly Back Acoustic Guitar: Bruce Watkins Background Vocals: Miles Pike, Buddy Greene

I Sing The Mighty Power Of God Job 38, Psalm 139, Isaiah 40:9-31 Words: Isaac Watts 1715/Music: Ellacombe, 18th century German tune

Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee Psalm 96, 1 Chronicles 29:10-18, Psalm 145 Words: Hen­ry J. Van Dyke 1907/Music: Hymn to Joy, Lud­wig van Beet­ho­ven’s 9th Sym­pho­ny 1824 Piano/Organ: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric Guitars: Kelly Back Background Vocals: Miles Pike String Arrangements & Orchestrations: Milton Smith

How Firm A Foundation 2 Peter 1:16-21, 2 Timothy 3:16-17, Psalm 19 Words: John Rip­pon 1787/Music: Jo­seph Funk 1832 Piano/Organ: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric Guitars: Kelly Back Background Vocals: Angela Primm, Gale Mayes, Reggie Smith

O Holy Night Galatians 4:4-7, Philippians 2:5-11, 1 John 4:7-12 Words: Pla­cide Cap­peau, 1847/Music: Adolphe C. Adam 1803-1856

The Power Of The Cross Matthew 27:45-54, 1 Corinthians 1:18-25, Isaiah 53, 2 Corinthians 5:21 Words & Music: Stuart Townend & Keith Getty 2005 Piano: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric Guitars: Kelly Back Background Vocals: Angela Primm, Gale Mayes, Reggie Smith String Arrangements & Orchestrations: Milton Smith Orchesta: Violins: David Davidson, David Angell/Viola: Monisa Angell/Cello: John Catchings

Crown Him With Many Crowns Philippians 2:8-11, Acts 3:13-15, Mark 15:16-20 Words: Mat­thew Bridg­es 1852; Godfrey Thring 1874/Music: George J. El­vey 1868 Piano/Organ: Gary Prim Drums/Percussion: Tommy Harden Bass: Duncan Mullins Electric Guitars: Kelly Back Background Vocals: Angela Primm, Gale Mayes, Reggie Smith String Arrangements & Orchestrations: Milton Smith

High And Lifted Up/Hallelujah Chorus Isaiah 6:1-5, Isaiah 9:6-7, Revelation 11:15-18, Revelation 19:1-16 High And Lifted Up - Words & Music: Jimmy Fedd 2001; Hallelujah Chorus - Words & Music: George Frederic Handel 1741 - excerpt from “Messiah” Background Vocals: Miles Pike, Angela Primm, Gale Mayes, Reggie Smith

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Blood Kin
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  1. Why Can't All God's Children Get Along
  2. The Church Homecoming
  3. October Harvest - #2 SONG
  4. I Made Time For You - #1 SONG
  5. Tell Me How To Get There
  6. Real Faith
  7. Redemption Complete
  8. It Takes Faith
  9. One
  10. That's What I Call Love
  11. Safe In Daddy's Hands
  12. I Can See Through You
  13. Ever New, But Never Changing
  14. His Blood Has Made Us One
  15. Why Can't All God's Children Get Along (Reprise)
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Walk Through The Pages
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  1. Through The Pages
  2. In The Cool Of The Day
  3. I Am
  4. Gonna Take It And Leave It
  5. Wake Up Call
  6. Hope Has Hands
  7. The Ragged Edge
  8. Pigs Flew
  9. Teach Me To Love Like That - #1 SONG
  10. Did He Hear My Cry
  11. The Tomb Is Empty
  12. He Is Click HERE to take part in the complete Bible study and walk through the pages with us!
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Timeless Songs: For Times Like These
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This project is a new approach to some classic songs that will speak to the times we live in.
  1. Heavenly Parade
  2. Jesus Savior, Pilot Me - #1 SONG
  3. How Great Thou Art
  4. Amazing Grace
  5. It Is Well With My Soul
  6. The Old Account Was Settled Long Ago
  7. The Longer I Serve Him
  8. I'm Working On A Building
  9. I'm Going Through, Jesus  - #1 SONG
10. I'll See You In The Rapture - #1 SONG

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Recovering Pharisee T-Shirt


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On Front: "Hello MY NAME IS (sign your name in permanent marker) On Back: I'M A PHARISEE IN RECOVERY Put away all malice and all deceit and hypocrisy and envy and all slander. Like newborn infants, long for the pure spiritual milk that by it you may grow up into salvation if indeed you have tasted that the Lord in good. 1 Peter 2:1-3

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