Not only musicals are meaningful, but worship is just as important. Christian music is loved the same as musical theatre. What are some of the Christian songs I love. Part of Kanuga songs, part Gathering songs, and part church songs.
- Prince of Peace
- For the Beauty of the Earth
- Great are You Lord
- You Raise Me Up
- Power to Redeem
- What a Beautiful Name
- One Thing Remains
- Good, Good Father
- Come to the River
- Eye of the Storm
- I Can Only Imagine
- Lord, I Lift Your Name on High
- Servant Song- double meaning (Kanuga and Bristol Pilgrimage)
- Create in Me
- We are Marching in the Light of God
- Peace before US
- All are Welcome
- Call to Discipleship
- On Eagle’s Wings
- I, the Lord of Sea and Sky (which is my favorite hymn)
There are others I love, but gave some wonderful Christian songs. I discovered these songs at different times in my life. I grew up with Kanuga, and once a year our Parish would go there for Parish Weekends- from 2003-2008, I was around songs like Sanctuary, Lord, I Lift Your Name on High, Sanctuary, and Servant song; We are Marching in the Light of God.
Then for 11th and 12th grade, I attended Winterlight, which is a high school youth conference—it happens December 27th-January 1st: that was one of the best times I was at Kanuga: Prince of Peace does stand out the most. It was Winterlight where I truly discovered I had a strong spirit and where I fell in love with Contemporary Christian music. At the Gathering at Gardner Webb, I was around songs like Good, Good Father; Come to the River; Great are you Lord, Power to Redeem, etc.
Then at actual church services, I learned to love songs like On Eagles Wings; I, the Lord of Sea and Sky; All are Welcome; and “Call to Discipleship”. Some of the others, just fell in love with them by discovering them through other events, Pandora or the Radio.