SONGS OF THE WEEK Reviewed by gnrmanager on . All About Jesus - Taya So Thankful - Enjoy Worship Thank God I Do - Lauren Daigle God is in This Story - Katy Nichole & Big Daddy Weave Keep Looking Up - Br All About Jesus - Taya So Thankful - Enjoy Worship Thank God I Do - Lauren Daigle God is in This Story - Katy Nichole & Big Daddy Weave Keep Looking Up - Br Rating: 0
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  1. All About Jesus – Taya
  2. So Thankful – Enjoy Worship
  3. Thank God I Do – Lauren Daigle
  4. God is in This Story – Katy Nichole & Big Daddy Weave
  5. Keep Looking Up – Britt Nicole
  6. Show Up Choose Love – tobyMac + Jon Reddick
  7. Not Giving Up – John Newsome
  8. Up – Tauren Wells + Erica Campbell
  9. Anxious Heart – Jeremy Camp
  10. Love Me Like I Am – For King & Country + Jordin Sparks
  11. Then Christ Came – MercyMe & Phil Wickham

* week ending 13 May. Any songs after 10 have the same air play as song in position 10.

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Although Fireflight has been recording for many years ‘Keep Your Head Up’ is the first single to reach the Good News Radio top 10, let alone hit number one. The Grammy and Dove nominated band formed in Florida in 1999. Dawn Michelle is the lead singer of the band and the single has just notched up it third consecutive week at #1.

Dami Im who came to prominence with by winning the fifth series of the X Factor in 2013 has left Sony Music to pursue her own music. Written by Dami, Pray is a prompt to take a few moments each day to engage in the act of prayer;

Since 2014 For King & Country have topped the airplay at Good News Radio with a string of #1 singles. Their current single ‘Relate’ continues that trend.. Together (2021); Burn the Ships (2020); God Only Knows (2019); Joy (2019); Priceless (2018)

Heading up the Good News Radio Top 10 for the last two weeks, music group from Melbourne, The SAGA.   ‘Ordinary Lives’ their latest single was released on 13th of November and features Fr. Rob Galea  It’s getting radio play all around Australia and is already climbing up the TCM Charts.
Co-written by Alyssa Agius, Georga Byrne, Hugo Farrant & Luke Batterbury 
All instruments/production by #lukebatterbury
The duo’s previous  singles If I Told Ya, Set Fire, Fearless & Lonely One,  all received significant radio airplay across Australia and the UK, and chart success with Fearless staying in the TCM Charts for 18 weeks peaking at #8.

Mercy Me returns to the top of the charts with “Say I Won’t”

‘Say I won’t’ becomes the 2021 single to hit our chart (and TCM’s Top 30). Mercy Me is one of the most significant groups in CCM history. Their 2020 single ‘Almost Home’ spent 2 weeks at #1.  Since their debut ‘I Can Only Imagine’ they have released 12 albums and have had many singles go to the top of the charts. Word of God Speak (2002); Greater (2015); Shake; Flawless (2016) and many others


We Are Messengers have quickly established their place in CCM history with a string of ten ten hits over the past few years. The group formed in Ireland in 2015 with Darren Mulligan as its lead singer and guitarist.  They debuted in 2016 with Everything Comes Alive and followed up with God With Us and Magnify (2017) Maybe its OK and Power in (2018). Their current single Image of God  has been on the charts for 19 weeks and now at #4,  joining their previous single Love which was one of the big songs for 2020 with 6 weeks at #1.

Levi McGrath’s latest single ‘Finish Well’ joined the TCM Chart at 28th moving up from there to reach #5. It has remained on the charts for 24 weeks and is currently in #26.
Previously Levi continued to be in the TCM Top 30 for over twenty-three weeks  with his single ‘You Are in Control’. It follows up on ‘Share the Love’ that reached the Good News Radio top ten earlier in the year. This single is shaping up to be one of the big songs of 2020.
Since 2007 Levi has released four albums the latest “Be Here Now”. Over the years he has had several top ten singles including ‘Letting It Go’ and ‘Bringing it Back’ in 2007; ‘Don’t Lose Your Heart’ and ‘Ray of Light’ in 2015.

“This song calls me to trust in God and see that He’s gone before me. It’s His battle to fight, not mine.” says Rebecca St. James

Co-written by Rebecca St. James with North Point Worship’s Seth Condrey and Heath Balltzglier, “The Battle Is The Lord’s” was produced by Seth Mosley (for KING & COUNTRY, Jeremy Camp) and St. James’ longtime collaborator Tedd T. (We Are Messengers, Francesca Battistelli).

Here is the full article from CCM Magazine at the point of release of this single.
Click on graphic to view the Lyric video of Rebecca St. James “The Battle is the Lord’s”

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