Songs to Fight for Sanity (COVID-19 Playlist)

Singing songs of worship is a great means of encouragement and transformation. 

“Worship is one of the most transforming activities for us to engage in as Christians… When we become duly impressed with God our lives change because the things that matter to us change.”[1]

So, I encourage you to sing along with these songs or check out the playlist on Spotify.

“Be Thou My Vision” – Audrey Assad

“Beautiful Things” – Gungor

“Seasons” – Hillsong Worship

“Rescue” – Lauren Daigle

“Relief” – Wolves At The Gace

“Even Then” – Micah Tyler

“Let It Happen” – Switchfoot

“Do It Again” – Elevation Worship

“Don Not Worry” – Ellie Holcomb

“Be Still My Soul” – Page CXVI

“Good As Gone” – Citizens!

“Living Hope” – Phil Wickham

“See The Light” – TobyMac

“King Of My Heart” – Sarah McMillian

“Man Of Sorrows” – Hillsong Worship

“Reckless Love” – Cory Asbury

“Hold Up A Light” – Thrice

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[1] Richard E. Averbeck, “Spirit, Community, and Mission: A Biblical Theology for Spiritual Formation,” 38 in the Journal of Spiritual Formation & Soul Care. See Singing, Sanctification, and Transformation.

About Paul O'Brien

I am a lot of things; saint and sinner. I struggle and I strive. I am a husband and father of three. I have been in pastoral ministry for 10 years. I went to school at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary but most of my schooling has been at the School of Hard Knocks. I have worked various jobs, including pheasant farmer, toilet maker, construction worker, and I served in the military. My wife and I enjoy reading at coffee shops, taking walks, hanging out with friends and family, and watching our three kid's antics. :)

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