New Hymns

Music to warm the heart and soul

As we begin to stir from hibernation, God’s children are making music to score our new season.
The new songs below are meant to inspire, uplift and encourage!

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Lauren Daigle ~ Hold On To Me
Guess what shot to #1 on the overall music chart (not just the Christian chart) on its first day of release?  That’s right, the new Lauren Daigle single!  There’s no official video yet (just audio) but that’s all we need to appreciate its message of love.

Chris Renzema ~ God Is Love (The Smoakstack Sessions)
This acoustic version of “God Is Love” brings out the yearning and underlines the importance of the relationship.  The track is taken from Let the Ground Rest: B-Sides.

Ellie Limebear ~ Call on Your Name
Another case in which an acoustic version has proven more popular than the original, “Call on Your Name” has struck a chord with Christians due to its intimate piano setting and searching lyrics.

Pat Barrett ~ Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly
The title track from his brand new album, “Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly” draws directly from the prophet Micah and serves as a call to Christian action.

2 thoughts on “New Hymns”

  1. Lorraine said:

    Loving these great dings! Thanks Rich!!!

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