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|The Power of Your Love|
|Live album by Hillsong Church|
|Released||5 July 1992|
|Recorded||January - July 1992, Hills Entertainment Centre, Castle Hill, Sydney, Australia|
|Label||Hillsong Music Australia|
|Producer||Darlene Zschech, Russell Fragar and Geoff Bullock|
|Hillsong Music Australia
Live praise & worship chronology
The Power of Your Love was recorded live by Geoff Bullock, Darlene Zschech and the Hillsong team. The front cover photograph is a panograph taken by Christian photographer; Ken Duncan. His panographs are seen on three other Hillsong album covers.
The Power of Your Love was designed by a local design firm in Sydney, Australia. The Font used for the title is Century Gothic (a standard font on most Microsoft Computers). There are no photographs of the actual live service in the original CD sleeve design. The updated version shows "what's new from Hillsong Music Australia".
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