Summer Worship Music

Here are some great worship albums to take you back to your first love. Whether you're looking for a new album for your quiet time or some jams for that glorious 75/635 commute.  I love finding a 45 minute window in my day to connect with God over an entire album. These albums are great to listen through while doing anything your life consists of. If you intentionally set your heart before God while you listen you'll begin to grow in an awareness of who He is and who you are before Him.

 

Sean Feucht, The Things We Did at First

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Sean has been coming out with so much music over the past three years. This is his newest that came out this month. He's a great guy to follow and all of his music comes from a place of authentic and simple worship. You can hear how real his relationship with Jesus is. There are some great guest artists included on this album. Follow Sean and his ministry here: Instagram & Twitter.

 

Equippers Revolution, Thunder

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Such an eclectic, fresh, and far-reaching album. From the joyful dance songs for Jesus to chilling outcries this album will have you experiencing the full breadth of the worship experience. Follow them on Instagram for more stories and worship to fuel your day.

 

Antioch Norman, Our Song Will Be

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I have loved every album that has come out of our movement. Yes, even every oldies World Mandate album. They're all amazing. This album does not disappoint. Antioch Norman has a gift in worship leadership. These guys will lead you in to an experience with God through song if you just push play and dive in. See more of what's happening at Antioch Norman on Instagram & Twitter.

 

NCU Worship Live, Hearts on Fire

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Great congregational jams. I found myself falling into this album over a trip to Arlington a few weeks ago. Love the passion and heart captured in this recording. Check out what these guys are up to here: Instagram & Twitter

 

Young Oceans, Voices Vol. 1

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This release from Young Oceans is their most accessible and packs some powerful theology into congregational melodies. A lot of great guest artists throughout this album. Hearing Harvest Bashta again is really refreshing if you've been waiting to hear her come out with some new tunes since her last album Curtains.

To see more of Young Oceans, give them a follow on Instagram & Twitter.

 

Vineyard Campbellsville, All Things Rise

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I have been challenged personally by this church of the Vineyard movement. They truly carry a heart to sing the songs of their own people and I'm thankful they have been willing to let us in to their indigenous worship circle. "I Love You" has been wrecking me. Check them out here: Instagram

I hope these albums encourage you to chase after Jesus in a whole new way this summer!