These six nominees for Worship Song of the Year bring us to our knees, prompt us to raise our hands and remind us of what is true. That’s what good worship does, and all of these offerings can definitely be defined as “good.” Sonically, they may range from congregational-friendly to country twang, but they all carry a message of praise. Which one will take home the prize for Worship Song of the Year? Only the fans know.
Cast your vote for Worship Song of the Year now.
@Brandon Lake "Too Good To Not believe" feat. @Jenn Johnson
This song of faith was born out of firsthand experience, as Brandon Lake witnessed the miraculous power of God in his own life and the lives of others.
RELATED CONTENT: Brandon Lake’s Seen Miracles “Too Good To Not Believe”
@Chris Tomlin "Thank You Lord" feat. Thomas Rhett & Florida Georgia Line"
The laidback anthem of gratitude continues Chris Tomlin’s streak of superstar country collaborations as he gives thanks for all the simple things that make up a good life.
@Elevation Worship "RATTLE!"
A triumphant cry of revival, “RATTLE!” personifies Good Friday, the uncertain Saturday in-between and Easter Sunday, heralding the power and authority of Jesus.
@Katy Nichole "In Jesus Name (God of Possible)"
Reflecting the ethos of Matthew 19:26 (“With God everything is possible.”), Katy Nichole’s debut single serves as a bold prayer of faith, healing and breakthrough.
@Maverick City Music "Promises"
Maverick City’s hit points listeners to the truth that we not only serve a covenant-making God, but we also serve a covenant-keeping God.
RELATED CONTENT: "Promises" by Maverick City Music
@Phil Wickham “House of the Lord”
This joyful anthem was penned during a season when the physical house of God couldn’t gather; but not even a global pandemic could stop Phil Wickham from worshipping.
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