Hey! Thanks for the message :) I understand what you mean COMPLETELY. And while I see where you’re coming from, what this blog is doing is stating the reasons why we love worship. So…that includes everything about worship these days that we enjoy and if people love a certain worship leader/pastor/song/band/style/choir etc and it HELPS them to worship God truly, then I have no problem posting their idea. Hope that makes sense to you, I truly mean no offence with this site :) All worship and Glory to God above! Thanks for the message x
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Joel Houston…The worship leader and legend songwriter behind the church worship classics such as “Everyday” “For This Cause” “One Desire” “Break Free” and many more.
Already a legend in the CCM and secular music scene, Amy delivers some beautiful worship and hymn albums in the early 2000s that are simply divine. Oh and not to forget her impeccable version of the Michael Card classic…Thy Word in the 80s.
Marty Sampson. What a legend. Absolute respect and love for his amazing worship songs penned from the late 90s through 2007. A true worship genius.
Mighty To Save. A song that has absolutely rocked the CCLI charts and is hot on the heels of Shout To The Lord as being the fastest moving song on the earth in churches today! Penned by Reuben Morgan.
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Writing one of THE most well known worship anthems of the 90s…Agnus Dei, Michael W Smith is an absolute premier in the world of worship leading. He is also well known in the CCM and secular music scenes for his 80s and 90s pop/rock albums.
The premium, 2CD sets available from Hillsong’s best songwriters are an absolute treasure. Extravagant Worship albums for Extravagant Worshippers.
A popular worship anthem from the 90s that has dominated the CCLI and CCM charts for over 20 years. Penned and released by Paul Baloche.