New Hymns

Worship & Song
Lauren Daigle’s “You Say” continues to reign on the Christian music chart, having now spent 11 MONTHS in the #1 position.  The song  also appears on the pop charts of Billboard and iTunes!

This summer, we’ll see the release schedule begin to blossom.  On this page we’ve chosen some of the best new music of 2019.  We hope you enjoy our selections.  As the weather warms, we wish you beautiful and blessed days!

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Amanda Lindsey Cook ~ House on a Hill 
The title track of Amanda’s latest album is one of the softest songs around, but the lyrics hold incredible power.  Inspired by Psalm 46:10 (“Be still and know that I am God”), the song caresses the listener and creates a feeling of absolute safety.

Elevation Worship featuring Steffany Gretzinger ~ Hallelujah Here Below
Elevation Worship’s newest release, Paradoxology, offers stripped-down, acoustic and choral versions of tracks from Hallelujah Here Below.  This track brings the title song to the next level of praise!

Hillsong UNITED ~ Another in the Fire (Acoustic)
Here’s another track from the latest Hillsong album, People.  The album was recorded live in concert, and also includes six acoustic videos, including the one below, which references the three men thrown into the fiery furnace.  Many interpreters believe that the fourth person in the fire was Jesus!

Bethel Music featuring Molly Skaggs ~ Ain’t No Grave
Are the songs above too quiet for you?  This one should make up for it.  A rocking version of a classic song, this rendition just builds and builds, and when you think it’s over, it builds again!  The track is taken from Bethel Music’s recent album, Victory.

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