Get pumped up for Jesus! Check out our new playlist, Concordia Worship, featuring contemporary, rap, rock, hip hop and alternative songs to get you excited for church, your faith and this world.
1) “Be My Escape” Relient K
Starting off right with an alternative rock song reminding us that “the beauty of grace is that it makes life not fair.”
2) “Wherever We Go” Newboys
A feel-good tune of the Good News Expo.
3) “I Can Only Imagine” Mercy Me
This renowned rock song crossed over to mainstream music in 2003.
4) “”Life After Death” KJ-52
Because we’d rather live life as if there is a God and find out there isn’t, than live life as if there is no God and find out there is.
5) “Dare You To Move” Switchfoot
“Where you gonna go? Where you gonna go? Salvation is here.”
6) “Fight Music” Derek Minor (PRo)
“I'ma go ahead and ride cause the Lord exists in me.” Enough said!
7) “Slow Fade” Casting Crowns
Remember, as Christians we lead by example.
8) “Alive” P.O.D.
For your Christian nu metal band needs.
9) “Take You Back” Jeremy Camp
Because there is someone out there who will always take you back.
10) “Battle Song” Lecrae feat. Suzy Rock
Christian hip hop to make you get up and dance.
11) “You Never Let Go” Matt Redman
“And if my God is with me, whom then shall I fear?”
12) “Monster” Skillet
This alternative metal hit went on to be band's breakthrough single charting at No. 4 on Mainstream rock charts and No. 1 on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Chart.
13) “No One Like You” David Crowder Band
The words are meant to be shouted to the sky.
14) “Man Up Anthem” 116 Clique feat. Trip Lee, Sho Baraka, Derek Minor and Andy Mineo
Separating boys from men? Jesus is the model.
15) “Flood” Jars of Clay
A 90's throwback.
16) “Jesus Freak” DC Talk
This one is essential on all worship playlists.
17) “Does Anybody Hear Her” Casting Crowns
Judge and be judged.
18) “Frontline” Pillar
After all, you’re not “walking alone into the valley of the shadow of death.”
19) “God Of This City” Chris Tomlin
“Greater things have yet to come and greater things are still to be done in this city.”
20) “I So Hate Consequences” Relient K
Don’t we all?
21) “Made to Love” TobyMac
I dare you not to sing along.
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