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Not Good for Aerobic Activity

Very good songs but the BPM varies greatly by song and most do not give you a good pace for an effective aerobic workout.

Is this all the Christian music industry can do?

Is this all they can come up with? Try listening to some secular workout mixes and then make something similar with Christian music. This is not going to motivate anyone nor get your heart rate up for any amount of significant time. Please Christian music industry TRY HARDER!! I am a Christian and love music, but the secular artists got ya beat on this one.


Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter David Kauffman's music ministry was born in San Antonio while he performed at Sunday night youth services. After his song "Come and See" was chosen as the 1989 theme song for the National Catholic Youth Conference, Kauffman expanded his musical horizons to include performances at youth rallies, colleges, and churches across the United States. His debut album, Simple Truth, was released in 1999, followed by Be Still in 2002 and Behold in 2003. In 2010, Mass of Renewal, co-composed...
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