2 Sisters Sing 'Homecoming' Duet With Carl Jackson

Listen to this wonderful duet by two sisters singing the song ‘Homecoming’ by Carl Jackson.

“There'll be a homecoming some morning when Jesus calls us away, I'll see mother and daddy
Lord I am ready for Heaven's homecoming day, precious ones have gone on before
Our Lord waits for no man, salvation will gain us a ticket to see them and a place
In God's final plan, there'll be a homecoming some morning when Jesus calls us away”

Wow! These two sisters, named Sarah and Savannah, are so talented, and their voices and harmonies are incredible. They are known as The Church Sisters, and they grew up in Southwest Virginia. The two began singing publicly after winning a singing competition in 2007, and at just 12 years old, The Church Sisters released their first gospel album titled Farther Along. 

“Sarah and Savannah Church sing this lovely song Carl wrote about seeing all our loved ones by and by. Just remember, friends – we will meet again and walk hand in hand on that golden shore. It will, indeed, be a homecoming,” reads the caption of this YouTube video.

‘Homecoming’ is such a special song, and it is wonderful to hear these talented young women sing it. Many people online thought the same thing.

“Wow, those voices….just beautiful. And the music is just wonderful,” comments one person on YouTube after watching the video.

“Oh how this song ministers to my heart,” writes another person online. “The Apostle Paul said for him to live is Christ, but to die is gain. His feet were still on this ground but his heart was already on high with the Lord. This song makes me homesick for Heaven. Thank you, Carl, for writing it and to the Church sisters for singing it with such conviction.”

We hope that you enjoyed listening to this rendition of ‘Homecoming’ from The Church Sisters today!

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