New Hymns

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

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

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Rend Collective ~ Your Name Is Power
“This song was born out of a need to remind ourselves of who is in control. Everywhere we turn seemingly there are issues. Some of them global, like the crisis in Sudan, or the protests in Hong Kong. Others are more private and no less overwhelming, loss of a family member, or job, seasons of doubt and confusion.

But here’s the thing friends, we have hope. There is an answer to the darkness, this IS hope among the chaos. His name is Jesus. His name scatters darkness, His name brings the dead back to life, and it’s at His name that every knee will bow and tongue confess Jesus is Lord. There is power in the name of Jesus for his people to claim— that means you and I. Power to strengthen and encourage us. Power that only comes from Him. We hope this song encourages you to speak the power of His name over your circumstances WHATEVER they may be!” – Rend Collective via New Music Today

Cageless Birds ~ We Rise
The title track from Cageless Birds’ new EP, “We Rise” continues the singalong vibe we first fell in love with on “Mt. Zion.”  Many listeners will recognize the voice of Jonathan David Helser in the lead!

Zach Williams ~ Rescue Story
Zach Williams (“Chain Breaker,” “Old Church Choir”) seems bound for another hit with this evocative hymn to the salvation offered by Jesus!

Stars Go Dim ~ You Know Me Better
Stars Go Dim continues a popular theme in Christian music, found in Lauren Daigle’s “You Say” and Hillsong’s “Who You Say I Am.”  It’s a powerful message for the modern age.

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