Top Songs of 2015

I stayed in last night to ring in the new year. I was contemplative and reflective as I channel-surfed, trying to find something that would keep me interested for the hours up until midnight. Countdown shows were all over the channel line-up, and it got me thinking…

I am a musician, songwriter, and worship leader. Music is a big part of my life, and if you come into my home or office at any point in time, no doubt, you will hear music playing. It fills in the empty and lonely places that sometimes exist for this single girl, but playing music in the background also stimulates my role as a worship leader. I’m constantly exposed to music, and it infiltrates nearly everything I do.

So I thought I would compose my own countdown list of music for 2015. These songs, however, are in no particular order. It is difficult to decide which songs were more impactful throughout the year, so I simply created a list of my favorites. Some of these songs were released this year, but most are songs I have known for awhile that continue to have an impact on my life and experiences. I have included YouTube video links behind each one, and I invite you to take a listen to those that interest you.

“The River” Jordan Feliz:

“All is Well” Michael W. Smith:

“Background” Lacrae:

“Boundary Lines” Chris Tomlin:

“Even so Come” Passion featuring Kristian Stanfill:

“I am not Alone” Kari Jobe:

“Jesus Messiah” Chris Tomlin:

“No Borders” Ginny Owens:

“Not to us” Nichole Nordeman featuring Plumb:

“Show us Christ” Sovereign Grace Music:

“Simplicity” Rend Collective:

“The Unmaking” Nichole Nordeman:

“Worn” Tenth Avenue North:

“Come as you are” Crowder:

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