5 Songs to Add to Your Christian Worship Playlist

Today I’m writing you from New York City! I’m here visiting for a few days with my mom and sister. My sister’s spring break is next week so it worked out to take a quick trip over the weekend. The three of us went to NYC for a couple spring break years ago (I think I was in 8th grade the first time!) so it’s special to be able to take another trip to such a great city and spend the weekend together.

I may do a full blog post from our trip, I’ve brought my DSLR along so I’ve been practicing using that and trying to get some great pictures! It’s been super chilly here compared to what this Florida girl is used to, but it’s been fun!

Today I wanted to share a couple of my favorite Christian worship songs. Some of these have been my favorites for awhile, and some were just recently suggested to me. I used Spotify (we have the family plan, it’s awesome) for all my music, but you can find these songs on AppleMusic, YouTube, or whatever you regularly use to listen to music . I like to listen to Christian music when I’m driving, doing my nightly prayer time, or just throughout the day.

I hope you’ll give these a listen and add them to your own playlist!

 

My current 5 favorite Christian worship songs:

  1. Sinking Deep – Hillsong Young and Free
  2. Do it Again – Elevation Worship
  3. No Doubting You – River Valley Worship
  4. Broken Things – Matthew west
  5. Build My Life – Passion

 

 

Thanks for reading, happy listening! I hope you’re having a great week!

 

 

 

 

 

college faith & lifestyle blogger | pursuing grace, honest, & ice cream

4 Comments

  1. Chana
    March 30, 2018

    I love the songs you listed! Have you seen any of those artists in concert?

    Reply
    1. kristenshaneblog
      March 30, 2018

      No I never have! That would be awesome 🙂 have you?

      Reply
      1. Chana
        April 6, 2018

        Yes! I’ve seen Hillsong United and Young & Free in concert. I suggest to be on the lookout for “winter jam tours” in your area because that’s the best way to see Christian artists in concert!

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        1. kristenshaneblog
          April 7, 2018

          That’s amazing! I may have gone to one or two Winter Jams when I was much younger, but I’ll have to keep an eye out for the upcoming years!

          Reply

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