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From Argentina to Australia, Malawi to Malaysia, Singapore to South Africa, (you can check the map here) thousands of churches are joining together to sing a hymn centered on Christ and his Great Commission.

Reworked by modern hymn writers, Keith & Kristyn Getty and friends, Facing a Task Unfinished is once again speaking to a generation about the urgency of Christ’s call:

“Facing a Task Unfinished- this challenge issued more than eighty-five years ago remains.
We have the same commission today – to share the good news of Jesus Christ in all its fullness with all peoples to the glory of God.”
– Rev Dr Patrick Fung, General Director, OMF International

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Song Resources

Download the music FREE at www.gettymusic.com/FacingATask
Languages Available:

English, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese

Music resources:
  • Piano Chart
  • Hymnal Chart
  • Guitar Chord Chart
  • Orchestration Score
  • Choir Pack (SATB)
Miscellaneous Resources (Powerpoint Slides, Video, etc.)
  • MP3 Download with Vocals
  • Track with NO VOCALS
  • Power Point Slide (With Hymn Style Sheet Music) in C
  • Power Point Slide (With Shape Note Sheet Music) in C
  • Power Point Slide (With Lead Line) in C
  • Keith & Kristyn: Story Behind the Song Video
  • Facing a Task Unfinished [Official Lyric Video]

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