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Cleanup from ocean flooding in South Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Mark Schultz of West Brookfield, Massachusetts stands in the doorway of his cottage that was flooded from storm surge on Matunuck Beach in South Kingstown, Rhode Island on October 30, 2012. The area was one of the hardest hit by the storm surge from Hurricane Sandy. UPI/Matthew Healey
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Mark Schultz is the first album released by Contemporary Christian artist Mark Schultz. It was released on March 28, 2000.

Allmusic gave the album mixed reviews. "In a way, this is the contrast Michael W. Smith has built his career upon, but Schultz has a little more of a rock piano and gospel influence, and actually a more appealing voice. The most interesting production is "When You Give," which finds Schultz (who also plays keyboards) backed by a gospel choir that breaks into the R&B chestnut "Take Me To the River" and gives those lyrics a spiritual meaning. After this, more pedestrian tunes like "Fall in Love Again" are a bit of a letdown, but on their own, each of the songs here holds up and works on both personal and more universal levels. Schultz's songs cover a wide range of topics, from learning to see God from a blind man's perspective to the pain of letting go when a child finally grows up."

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