Playlists feat. this artist 29
We are very diverse, meaning any member could be the lead singer or anyone could sing a harmony part.
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Peak position #84
Donna Comer wrote this song after viewing 'The Passion' in 2004
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'Master Of Creation' is a master example of the songwriting talent of Jeff Comer. Jeff sings this sort of up tempo, alternative Christian country song and plays a fine guitar on it.
Peak in sub-genre #37
God and country. God bless our troops! God Bless America!
Peak in sub-genre #65
Christ came to earth from Heaven. He was holy and pure and righteous, but was willing to come down to this world filled with sin, like a rose among thorns.
Peak in sub-genre #21
Are your mountains too high to climb? you can climb every mountain and cross every river if you put your trust in him.
Peak in sub-genre #60
A standard country gospel tune performed with acoustic guitar and bass depicting the wonderful love of Christ.
Peak in sub-genre #77
Traditional country gospel! This song is performed with acoustic guitar and bass. "The greatest act of love in the history of man is that ONE would lay down his life for the sins of the whole world" JESUS CHRIST - John 15:13
Peak in sub-genre #37
The book of Hebrews tells us Jesus Christ is the express image of God the Father. How can we stand before Him? Marty Comer does a fine job on this.
Peak position #70
This song was written by Pearl Sturgis. Mike Comer does a very fine job on this. We lost Mike ten years ago this past March. Miss you and love you Mike. To hear Mikes songs and read a tribute to Mike (Beach) Comer, go to www.soundclick.com/mikecomer
Peak in sub-genre #16
Written by Bob Comer back in 1978. This song has always been a family favorite and now is superbly performed by the Comer family with Jeff Comer leading, Jim Sturgis and Bob Comer rounding out a unique quartet sound.
Peak in sub-genre #59
'Have Faith' was written by Jeff Comer. Jeff is the son of James & Martha Comer and has written several songs. The smooth lead voice that Jeff has is a pleasure to listen to and he sings a great harmony also.
Peak in sub-genre #39
The very last audible words that I heard our Mother say was, 'Don't Worry About Me' This was a very kind, sweet and gentle loving soul who always thought of others first, and herself last. Our Mother taught us how to have joy in our life.
Peak in sub-genre #20
This song was written by James Comer of Street, Md. Brother Jim talked to our Dad the day he died back in 1981. If we had only known it was his last day we would have all been there. Oh there's going to be a grand reunion one day.
Peak in sub-genre #47
'A SMALL CHILDLIKE PRAYER' was written by Mary E. (Comer) Collins in 1975. We call her Mary Libby, she remembered the words and melody and wrote them down recently.This song is performed by Robert & Donna Comer with acoustic guitar.
If you have seen our beautiful Susquehanna valley with its rolling hills and the Susquehanna river winding its way through the valley, you can understand why Pearl Sturgis would write about it.