One of the most important missions in Christian music does not only bring new songs to the body of Christ but also to preserve the classic songs that have ministered throughout the years. The Mark Dubbeld Family is following that mission with their latest release Who Is On The Lord’s Side which is a Hinson Family Classic. Enjoy!
Kari Jobe has been a powerful voice in praise and worship. Let Your Glory Fall is this month’s number 1 on our praise and worship chart and it continues to be our prayer for God’s glory to fall as we worship the creator of all there is and ever will be.
What could possibly be the best news you have ever heard? The birth of a child, you get a good report from the doctor, you find you had more money in the bank than you thought you had and the list could go on. While all of these are great news these blessings only last temporarily; the best news we could ever receive is that our sins are forgiven and we have the hope of eternal life through the gift of the grace of Jesus Christ our Savior.
Mercy Me is at the forefront of bringing us amazing messages that lift our hearts and fill us with the true hope of the Gospel. Enjoy their chart-topping song “Best News EVER”.
Terry and Debra Luna have been sharing the wonderful message of the Gospel around the country, winning many awards along the way. Their rich vocals are supported by that classic “Bakersfield” sound made famous by Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, and others. Writing from their personal experiences they are able to share their heart in the music that they sing. Their latest number one He Is Here reminds us that Jesus is never too far away and that in any circumstance we find ourselves in He will be there.
1. Terry & Debra Luna – He Is Here 2. David Livingston – Shelly 3. Bruce Hedrick – I’ll Take It From Here 4. Chuck Day – He No Longer Signs My Checks 5. Joy Roberts – There Is Still Time For A Miracle 6. Mike Leichner – Don’t Bring The Country Out In Me 7. Chris Golden – Grateful 8. Terry Davis – Holding On To Jesus 9. Debbie Bennett – Jackson Creek 10. James Payne – Between A Church Pew and A Bar Stool