On the Front Lines of the Culture Wars

On the Front Lines of the Culture Wars

Canadian kids jump into the fun! Hallelujah!

After seeing how much fun 600 singers had when they showed up at a Philadelphia department store and spontaneously sang the Hallelujah Chorus — with no warning to shoppers — and how the public loved it …

A bunch of college kids in Windsor, Canada, knew they could do it, too.

And they did. Watch the crowd. Watch how they join in. Watch the little children in the crowd, who are awestruck as total strangers unabashedly sing praises to the King of kings and Lord of lords!


  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Beverly

    Fantastic. It is so nice to see the audience participation. Bah humbug to all those ACLU and SEIU people – they should go stick their heads in the sand and leave the rest of the Judeo-Christian world alone. Thanks to the singer and to those who recorded it and made it availbale for the rest of us to enjoy. God Bless Canada and God Bless the United State of America.

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