|To the Ends of the Earth|
|Live album by|
|Released||21 November 2002|
|Recorded||6 – 7 September 2002|
|Venue||Encounterfest, Hillsong Church|
|Genre||Modern Rock, Alternative Rock, CCM|
|Label||Hillsong Music Australia|
|Producer||Reuben Morgan, Joel Houston, Marty Sampson|
|Hillsong United chronology|
To the Ends of the Earth is the fourth live praise and worship by Hillsong United. The album reached the ARIA Albums Chart Top 100.
|1.||"Data (Introduction...)"||Joel Houston, James Rudder||-||00:29|
|2.||"All About You"||Joel Houston||Tulele Faletolu||05:06|
|3.||"Free"||Marty Sampson||Marty Sampson||04:02|
|4.||"Unify"||Michelle Fragar||Michelle Fragar||05:15|
|5.||"All···"||Joel Houston||Marty Sampson||06:01|
|6.||"To The Ends Of The Earth"||Joel Houston, Marty Sampson||Joel Houston, Katrina Peoples, Reuben Morgan||05:53|
|7.||"Need You Here"||Reuben Morgan||Holly Dawson, Tulele Faletolu||07:23|
|8.||"Glory"||Reuben Morgan||Reuben Morgan||07:39|
|9.||"Father, I.."||Jonathon Douglass||Reuben Morgan||05:46|
|10.||"My God"||Marty Sampson||Marty Sampson, Tulele Faletolu (uncredited)||05:00|
|11.||"Now That You're Near"||Marty Sampson||Marty Sampson||04:43|
|12.||"Am I To Believe?"||Joel Houston||Joel Houston||05:31|
|13.||"All About You ··· (Radio Mix)"||Joel Houston||Tulele Faletolu||03:35|
|14.||"My God ··· (Radio Mix)"||Marty Sampson||Tulele Faletolu||03:44|
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