God Is Good – Worship With Don Moen

God Is Good – Worship with Don Moen is an album of Christian worship music recorded by Don Moen. The Contemporary Christian album was recorded live at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, together with 7000 worshippers. Different versions of the album was released in the Asian and international markets. A video was also released, and is the same recording as the international version.

The album features Ron Kenoly singing "Our Heart", which was performed as a duet by both Moen and Kenoly.

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Title CD Tape Video DVD VCD
God Is Good 13112 13114 13113 40041 13111

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