Rich, Beautiful Worship Music

My wife and I love rich, beautiful worship music. The Church needs singable music with understandable truths more powerful than depression, uncertainty, or discouragement.

Where can we find such music? I have come to love the music of various musicians and hymnwriters who are not-so-mainstream. This means we listen more to music from streaming services like Spotify than we do the radio.

Today, I’d like to take you right to the source(s) so you can know what we know and look where we look when we’re considering a new song to introduce to Central Oaks. These names might be old hat for some readers, but may be new for many who primarily rely on Christian radio.

Of course, I am not opposed to other artists, or some songs played on Christian radio. It’s just that I don’t generally find myself gravitating to those songs when I am in my deepest need.

If you’re new to Spotify, know that you can download and install it for free on your computer or mobile device and listen to these (and millions more) anywhere. Just go to to get started. (No, I was not paid to write that.)