A few days ago I ran a string of videos that left some with the impression that, in terms of Christian music, I am stuck in 1977. So here, unedited, are recent things that have been playing on my computer.
Here’s the new Steve Fee that Andy Stanley says you should download
With the present modern worship trends, vertical worship means we’ve lost songs of testimony, or songs like this one which make a declaration of faith
If you haven’t heard this Chris Tomlin song before, that’s because it’s a single; the album will be out later in the year.
This one goes back a few years, but my local Christian radio station played it yesterday and it was new to me. Songs which use scripture always have a lyrical power behind them that some other songs lack. Again, a declaration, “My heart is where my treasure lies.”
I think the idea to put this together came while I was discovering Worship Mob last night. They do a lot of covers, this one is original. Check out their video channel.
This one is current, but does echo a lot of Andrae Crouch and the Disciples stuff from a bygone era:
Okay, I want to end with something a little quieter. So for this we do go back a few decades: