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We don’t want you to have to depend on your music streaming platform of choice to mix in the latest and greatest in Christian music. So, every Monday you can find our Top Five Dope Finds #MusicMonday edition as a resource to ensure your playlist stays fresh and Spirit-filled!

  1. (Single) Rest for Your Soul by Austin French
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    Inspired by the biblilcal passage “Come to me all you who are weary,” this single by Austin French is a reminder that we don’t have to carry the burden alone. We have a God whose yolk is easy and we can find rest if we take refuge in Him. You will find rest for your soul.



2. (Single) Glory (the warehouse sessions) by Zauntee

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This song kicks off like an anthem with high energy and authority, as it basically declares the glory of God will prevail. In Zauntee’s Instagram post announcing the release of this single, the caption simply reads, “The world will know the God we follow.” I think that sums up the mood of this track.


3. (Single) Stand in Faith by Danny Gokey

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This new single by Danny Gokey reminds us of the very essence of faith – believing despite not seeing. In times where our circumstances don’t look like our promises, we have to remember to walk by faith and not sight.

4. (Single) Same God (Acoustic) by Hannah Kerr

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“You’re the same God. You’re with me in the middle of it all, God. You’re catching every tear as it falls. I know you’ll never change even when I’m feeling far away,” sings Hannah Kerr with a soft and almost angelic melody. This sweet melody continues throughout the entire song, as she paints a beautiful picture of God’s unfailing love.

5. (Single) Miracle in the Works by Bryan and Katie Torwalt

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“Some may say it’s hopeless. They must’ve never met my God. Some may say it’s over but it was finished on the cross. Some may say it’s broken but the healer’s in the room. Some may say it’s hopeless but I know…God’s about to move.” Can we just say, “amen”? This song kicks off with these powerful lyrics and we are here for it!

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