|Genre:||Americana / Folk Rock / Alternative Rock|
|Label:||Myrrh Records (7016979385)|
Recorded and released in 1994, after Mark Heard's death in 1992. Proceeds benefit the Heard Family Fund.
In 1994, with Dan Russell as producer, the album was nominated for a Grammy in the Rock Gospel section.
In 1996, most of these tracks and many more were re-released as the 2-CD Orphans of God. One song, Phil Keaggy's version of “I Always Do”, was replaced by his version of “Everything is Alright.” Two tracks were dropped completely for space on Orphans: “Castaway” by Bruce Carroll and “How to Grow Up Big and Strong” by Rich Mullins.