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Praise Dance Video Pick of the Week

Hello, praise dancers!

I thought about starting something new on this blog. I wanted to share praise dance videos that have been a blessing to me.

The first one I want to share is a video that was uploaded over 5 years ago. I discovered this video in 2014, during a tough time of my life. I was walking with a cane from hip pain. It was attributed to some of the injuries I had suffered from carrying and giving birth to a baby that was almost 11 pounds.

The song is by Angelo and Veronica called Praise the Lord. They were very big in the contemporary gospel music genre in the 90's. The song is done in English and Spanish. Unfortunately, the song is no longer published as the married gospel duo has slowed down their music ministry.

There are two versions of the dance. One you can see here: Praise the Lord by Angelo and Veronica.

However, I want to highlight the video done at a Hope Christian Church. I was so inspired by this dance I literally jumped out of my chair and started walking …

Why Break Every Chain was the Best Praise Dance Song of 2013

"There is power in the name of Jesus." These are just some of the words to "Break Every Chain" sang by Tasha Cobbs. The original writer, Will Raegen, opened the door for this song to be popularized by Jesus Culture, Kim Walker, and now Tasha Cobbs.

Recently, I researched YouTube to find the best praise dance videos this year and it so happens that most of of the dance ministries on YouTube danced to "Break Every Chain" in 2013. I would say that the top ten praise dance videos of 2013 are of those that ministered to this song. The question is why is this particular song the biggest song to minister to this year. Here are 5 reasons:


1. Easy lyrics Most people like songs that they can sing along to. Songs that are too wordy and too long become rather boring. Most people that enjoy music want to participate with the song. The lyrics to "Break Every Chain" are easy to remember therefore, praise dancers can easily interpret the words to this song to c…