10th Anniversary Songs 4 Worship™ Ultimate Giveaway

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With over 10 million double albums sold, Songs 4 Worship™ celebrates it’s 10th anniversary with the release of Songs 4 WorshipUltimate, a three-disc set packed with 27 powerful worship anthems and a special bonus DVD with over an hour of compelling worship visuals including performances from Kari Jobe, Israel Houghton, John Mark McMillan and more.

Including well-loved tracks from artists like Lincoln Brewster, Paul Baloche, Michael W. Smith, MercyMe, Casting Crowns, Kari Jobe, Brian Doerksen, and more, this set covers the last ten years of amazing worship song releases.

This set also includes three of the popular iWorship videos.

There’s also a surprise! The addition of the song Face to Face, newly written and recorded especially for the project by renowned worship artist and Songs 4 Worship™ alum Darlene Zschech.

“It’s hard to believe that it’s been ten years since the launch,” adds Zschech, writer of the anthem Shout to the Lord. “I am so honored to have been a small part of that and the many songs that have impacted the way people have worshiped around the world.”

Songs 4 WorshipUltimate releases today and is available everywhere Christian music is sold.

The Worship Community Giveaway!

Thanks to the fine folks at Integrity Music, The Worship Community is giving away FIVE COPIES to celebrate the 10th anniversary! All you have to do is comment to be eligible to win (but we’d love it if you also tweeted and shared this link on your social networks as well!)…

Answer this question in the comments section below:

Thinking back over the last ten years, which worship song (Title and author) would you say has had the most impact:

  • On you personally.
  • On your church/ministry as a group.

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is the Associate Director of Worship & Media at St. Simons Community Church, where he mentors, oversees and helps lead Family and Student worship environments. He is also the content curator and editor here at The Worship Community and at HighestPraise.com.

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146 Comments

  1. I’ve only been going to a church for a little over a year, but I absolutely love “Shout To The Lord”. It was the first worship song I ever loved, and the first one I ever “performed” (if 2 Canada Days ago celebrations Karaoke counts as performing). I got a little off-key, but I wanted to make a statement. Some people sang along in the audience. I looked at a couple pictures my brother took of me on a disposable camera, and I looked like a wreck, but it was kinda fun. :)

  2. For me personally, thinking back over the last 10 years, I’d say that the one song (which is tough to choose!) that has had the most impact on me personally is Revelation Song by Jennie Lee Riddle (performed by Kari Jobe). For reasons that I can’t explain it seemed so fresh and alive (in a sea of other great songs) and still does whenever I add it into a setlist.

    I think going back a few years and thinking of a song that has had great impact on the communities of faith that I was a part of during this time frame, I’d have to say a song called Every Creature (written by me) was very well-received and requested often. People loved to sing it.

  3. Personally – Glorified by Jared Anderson

    Church – Glory to God Forever by Steve Fee

    It’s hard to choose one or two. There have really been so many.

  4. Great question and contest! Here are my first thoughts…

    Personal: How He Loves – John Mark McMillan

    Group: Your Name – Paul Baloche

    • I think a lot of people might pick How He Loves (maybe for either person and/or corporate!)…

      I love that Your Name song as well!

  5. Wow, that’s a tough one. Can’t just pick one. How about two for each?

    Personally – Amazing Love (Billy Foote) or More Than A Friend (Jeremy Riddle)
    Corporately – Holy is Our King (Rita Springer) or Face Down (Matt Redman)

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    • “In Christ Alone” by Townsend and Gettys touches me in a way no other song (except maybe “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross”) does. Such rich word-imagery of the awfulness of the cross and the amazing change it makes in the life of the believer. A favorite at my church. More hands raised, more tears, more heart-felt singing, and more rejoicing in God’s goodness when we sing “In Christ Alone” than any other song.

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  9. How He Loves – written by John Mark McMillan, but the Jesus Culture version really gets me every time with all the anointing. :)

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  14. Douglas Phillips on

    Personal: Amazes Me by Chris O’Brien CCLI #3955570 (C)2002 C3 Music Publishing (Admin. by Crossroad Distributors Pty. Ltd.)
    Church: How great is our God by Chris Tomlin Ed Cash & Jesse Reeves

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  18. Scott Whigham on

    Not sure if it counts as a worship song per se but my pick is Revelation by Third Day

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  21. I wouldn’t say a particular song, but bands,the top 4 is Jesus Culture,Paul Baloche,Kari Jobi Band and Chris Tomlin and a bonus band,RED. their style and quality has been the greatest influance for the past 10 years for me.

  22. The more thought I gave to this, the harder it became. So I’m going with the first songs that came to mind…

    Personally: The Lord’s Prayer (Tommy Walker) – To this day it still makes me quake.

    Church: Let It Rise (Holland Davis) – This shook our Lutheran community to it’s core back in the days and opened the door to a new kind of worship experience.

  23. Personally: You Hold Me Now (Matt Crocker, Reuben Morgan of Hillsong United)
    Church: You Never Let Go (Matt Redman) and I say this one because in my experience these words are sung with so much meaning from the hearts of many in 2 congregations I’ve been a part of. People have had some messed up things happen in their lives and being able to cry out “Oh no, you never let go, through the calm and through the storm” is comforting.

  24. There are lot of songs I love. The song that makes me smile and lifts me up is ‘One Day’ by Hillsong. I love the verse…’So blessed, I can’t contain it. So Blessed, I’ve got to give it away….’

  25. Personally – Nobody Greater written by Darius Paulk, performed by VaShawn Mitchell

    Corporate – How Great Is Our God written by Chris Tomlin, performed by everyone in the world

    • Keith, you’re so right about How Great is Our God (it also be named, How Great is this Song! – I kid, I kid!) – thanks for sharing!

  26. 1. Personally, the song that had the most impact on me in the past 10 years would be “Healer”. In 2009, my husband was told that the lymphoma had returned. He received a stem cell transplant (his own stem cells) at Dana Farber. While he was hospitalized, I would listen to this song over and over again. It helped to build my faith. 2. In 2006, our Jamaican church heard that a hurricane was headed to their island. In the service following that announcement, people were fearful and stunned…until one woman started singing out, “It is No Secret”. We sang that song for at least 20 minutes! People wept at the altar. People repented of their sins. People prayed for and encouraged each other. People cried out to God for intervention….all as we continued to sing this hymn! “It is No Secret” has continued to minister to all our different congregations since that time.

  27. I would have to say personally it would be “How He Loves” by John Mark McMillian. The lyrics paint such a beautiful picture of God’s love for us.

    For my congregation, it would definitely be “You Never Let Go” by Matt Redman from a few years ago. There were a lot of people in the church that were experiencing hardship and loss during that season and that song reminded all of us that we were not alone.

    • Michael, that’s a GREAT song (In Christ Alone). I think the writers really hit on something sweet with that one – for ALL generations!

  28. Top worship song that I love to listen to and to play for church service has to be. Hillsong united “hosanna” sung by Brooke fraiser.

  29. I would have to say to our congregation most recently it would be Ricardo Sanchez song “Moving Forward”. Personally, I am most recently being wrecked by the lyrics to four songs: “Stronger” by Ben Fielding and Reuben Morgan; Healer by Mike Guglielmucci; Give Us Your Courage by Tim Hughes; You Alone Can Rescue by Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman

  30. Personally it would have to be We Still Believe by Katherine Scott. it came at the perfect time when God was heaing me from a great ministry hurt.
    For church it would be How Great is Our God by Chris Tomlin. What a simple song with such deep meaning and truth. It is still so moving.

  31. Personally, i would have to say “You Never Let Go” by Matt Redman. Through all the trials and joys and moves of being a military wife and mother, these words never fail to sustain me! He NEVER lets me go!

    Church-wise……our congregation gets very passionate about “God of This City” (Boyd, Bleakley, Comfort, Kernaghan, McCann, Jordan!).

  32. alex blackman on

    ‘Heart of worship’ has been powerful for me personally

    ‘Alpha and Omega’ has perhaps been the most impactful song on our congregation

  33. Justin Watts on

    Personally, I would say “You Never Let Go” by Matt Redman. While it’s probably not my “favorite” song in the world, it’s the one that always seems to bloom in my mind whenever I’m faced with fears (which is often because I have anxiety issues). God steadily uses this song in my life to remind me that I am His and He’s got me.

    Congregationally (if that’s a word!), “God Will Lift Up Your Head” by Jars of Clay has been having an impact on our church family since we first started playing it in 2005 or 2006.

  34. For me, “Where You Go I’ll Go”, by Brian Johnson, just wrecked me and keeps speaking to me.

    For our Church, probably “Revelation Song”, by Jennie Lee Riddle, which is simply a perfect song,

    timeless and always fresh to usher one into the Courts of the King.

    • That’s a great song, Alex. I love Brian and Jenn Johnson. Looking forward to worshiping with them at a future conference I’m attending. And ditto on Revelation song!

  35. Anthony John on

    Personally: The Heart of Worship by Matt Redman

    Church: A New Hallelujah by Michael W. Smith

  36. Carol Lee Ford on

    The first song that comes to mind personally is As We Worship by Don Moen. It’s an honor to know that as we do what we’ve been created to do, others will be drawn to the Father.

    The song that has impacted our church the most, I believe, is Here I Am To Worship by Tim Hughes. Even in 2011, this song continues to paint a vivid picture of the Father’s love for us…what a love!

  37. Biggest impact on me personally: “O Sacred Head Now Wounded” (Bernard of Clairvaux, performed by Fernando Ortega) or “I Don’t Want to Go” (Avalon).

    On my community: It’s really hard to say. For right now, I’ll go with “Mighty to Save” (Hillsong).

    • …and after I posted that I kept thinking. Although it’s not exactly a “worship” song per se, “New Day” by Robbie Seay Band has carried me through some really tough times. I was listening to it twice a day for over a week at one point! :)

  38. Personally the song you have our attention lord by Know Hope has really touched me. It came at a time when our church as a whole decided to take a Pause from our normal activities and programs to just focus on worshiping and listening to God. When I heard that song I was struck by God just sending the message from all around me that I needed to pause in my life and spend more time listening to him. I passed it along to our worship pastor and our worship team is looking at recording it our first CD this year and I hope that it will speak to others the way it did to me and our church.

  39. Wow. Hard one.

    Personally, I’d have to say my wife & I’s song, “Wandering Heart”. It REALLY comes from an authentic place in us so I can lead it no matter HOW I’m feeling (I mean, the song is a request for God to “revive my heart”, so that works no matter where I am), and it’s been a real blessing seeing how it’s impacted so many others. If I were to pick a song I didn’t write, I’d have to go with “How He Loves” – John Mark’s original version. Still can’t make it through verse 2 without tearing up.

    Corporately, I’ll answer for our youth, since those are the services I’m in charge of…10 years is a long time, but I’d have to go with “From the Inside Out” by Hillsong United. I mean, our youth group is named after it – that’s when you know a song is part of your DNA!

  40. I would have to say personally, We Still Believe – Kathryn Scott
    I would say organizationally (even culturally), Mighty to Save – Hillsong

  41. There are so many great crowd songs:
    My new all time favorites in this order:
    1. How He Loves
    2. Revelation Song
    3. From the Inside Out
    4. Our God
    5. The Stand

    Favorite Contemporary Hymns:
    1. It Is Well (Northpoint)
    2. Jesus Paid It All
    3. Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)
    4. In Christ Alone/Solid Rock Medley

    My favorite Oldies:
    1. Here I Am To Worship
    2. Mighty To Save
    3. Blessed Be Your Name
    4. Shout To The Lord

      • Sorry, it’s just hard to pick but definitely would go with these:

        Personally: “How He Loves” by John Mark McMillan
        This is a true love song that really says something about how we feel and who we are. It is the reminder of God’s simplistic yet moving and impassioned love for each of us!

        Church Group: “Revelation Song” by Kari Jobe
        When we sing this song as a congregation it just brings you into a place of awe and a glimpse into what it will be like when we all stand before the Throne of God singing as one voice together with the Angels.

  42. To answer the questions for the draw:

    How Great Is Our God has probably had the greatest impact on both our church and myself. I’ve been worship leading in different countries and different settings and this is a song that in the last 10 years I’ve heard sung in different languages and in different groups… Thanks to Chris Tomlin for hearing God’s call to put these words to music!

  43. Other than the original songs that the Lord has given me I would say that How Great Is Our God and
    Heart Of Worship has impacted me the most.

  44. Ashley Phillips on

    hmmmm…..it’s hard to pick just one, so i’m gonna pick two!

    -personally: I would say either “The Heart of Worship” by Matt Redman or “I know that you are for me” by Kari Jobe. Both have had a huge impact on my life just by the simplicity of the words and the honesty that is felt in them.

    -On my church/ministry: I would probably say “In Christ Alone” By Natalie Grant or “Our God” by Chris Tomlin.

  45. Oh my!!!! This is always tough!

    Personal: Heart of Worship (Redman), Hungry (Scott), Take Me In (don’t know who wrote it, but many artists cover it, even some modern bands). These songs speak to my heart EVERY time!

    Corporate: How Great is Our God (Tomlin) – the harmonies that break out in corporate worship still amazes me today, Revelation Song (Jobe) – I love how people come together with this song. We’ll be singing those words to Jesus forever!

  46. Putra Agung Agustinus on

    * On personally : As long as i live by Sidney Mohede
    * On church/ministry as a group : Heart of Worship by Matt Redman

  47. I wish I could give you just one! Each of these songs has been important to me or our church family as we’ve been brought to greater faith and intimacy with the Lord in the last 10 years.

    Personally: Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing (Robinson/Wyeth), Your Name (Baloche/Packiam), In Christ Alone (Townend/Getty)

    Congregation: Your Name (Baloche/Packiam), God of this City (Boyd/Bleakley/Comfort/Kernaghan/McCann/Jordan), The Lord Reigns (Klaus Kuehn),

  48. The worship songs that have had the most impact on me:
    Personally-I Can Only Imagine by Mercy Me
    Group-Shout to the Lord by Darlene Zschech

  49. A song that has been a huge impact on my church is From the Inside Out by Hillsong United. It has been a bit overplayed at times but it allows for the youth group to give their hearts in surrender as they sing the lyrics of the chorus. Also, at the same time, it exalts God as the highest, the One most deserving of the glory. Among so many other personal favorites. Devotion was a song personally that touched me. The second verse broke me in so many ways! Glory to God!

  50. Tonya Breckons on

    I feel like I am in the arms og the Lord when I hear David Crowder”s song “oh How He Loves”. Our praise team sings that song ver often and I love the worship that follows. Also “Amazing Grace” by 5 Blind Men is another great worship song that takes me in the presence of God. Thank you and God Bless!!!!!!

  51. Michael W.Smith and Hillsongs are the best–Top on my list….Myself and husband make it a point not to travel anywhere without our worship songs….I cannot sing,but i like to worship…These songs inspire me to study and to know more about worship.They all know in my office that i play only worship every day.May God Richly Bless them.Love u all

  52. Mr.Jayaprasad Prabhu on

    Personally – The very best song – Shout to the Lord this is the song I love and it touched my heart especially by the words,I started playing the drums when I joined the worship team love playing this song.We are all called to be worshiper’s so we need to shout to the lord – a song of praise no matter what circumstances we are in .

    Church – Above all…….The Price the lord had paid for all…the church loves this song.

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  54. Paul Wunderlich on

    Such a difficult question, as there are a ton of great worship songs.

    Personally: Just To Be With You by Paul Baloche

    Corporately: Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) by Chris Tomlin

    There are a lot of cool posts. God bless you all in your ministries!

  55. Can’t narrow it down to one….sorry

    Personal
    Agnus Dei, Michael W. Smith
    Remember Me, Mark Schultz

    Group
    Revival, Robin Mark
    Amazing Love (You Are My King) – Foote

  56. Ok, I feel like everyone else, how do you just pick 2 songs? ugh! I am going to go with recently instead of over the past 20 years

    Church-Days of Elijah-robin mark

    Personally-See His Love-Jesus Culture

  57. Personally – the best song for me was “Collide” by Skillet. When I was at a point where my fear was trying to overwhelm my faith, that song really came through for me.

    Church – Blessed be your name. It sounds wonderful a capella.

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  59. Tough to pick two, but Carried to the Table–Leeland rocks me every time and hard not to put Jennie Lee Riddle’s Revelation Song in there. Most everyone has added their special touch to it and worthy is the….Lamb that was slain…is always a great reminder of why we’re here.

    • Carried to The Table! Great Song! I just heard it recently and can’t remember who was singing it. It was awesome. thanks for sharing, Toby!

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  61. Connie Hutto on

    Personal Song: Pour my Love – Phillips Craig and Dean
    Congregational: Majesty – Delirious

  62. Personal Song: Heaven on Earth by David & Nicole Binion, 2009.
    Corporate Song: We Speak to Nations by Israel Houghton, 2002.