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The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) released in the past week - Thursday, January 26th, 2023

The Top 50 Christian Contemporary Music (CC<) released in the past week
Discover the most popular Christian Contemporary Music & CEDM released between January 19th and January 26th, 2023. 
Most new releases are published on Fridays. Each Thursday we look at the Christian music (we know) that was released in the past week and select the 50 most-streamed CCM & CEDM releases. Our fans / followers are always the first to see this list!

So here's this week's chart of the most popular Christian Contemporary Music (CCM + CEDM) in the English language released in the past week:

(Click any song title on our webpage to open that song on Spotify) 

Rank - Title - Artist
#1 - 'Hope' by Jervis Campbell
#2 - 'You Changed My Name' by Matthew West
#3 - 'Please' by Katy Nichole
#4 - 'Halfway Empty - Live' by Matt Redman
#5 - 'Good Ground' by Citizens
#6 - 'What You Paid For' by Ethan C. Davis, Isla Vista Worship
#7 - 'Carry Me' by Antoine Bradford
#8 - 'Empty Room' by Cade Thompson
#9 - 'Valor' by Christy Nockels
#10 - 'One Name' by Jeff & Sheri Easter, The Sound
#11 - 'Reveal Jesus' by Christ For The Nations Worship, Lindy Cofer
#12 - 'Notice' by Spencer Annis
#13 - 'Mountain Top' by Leslie Perez
#14 - 'In The Garden' by The Dodds
#15 - 'Can't Outrisk' by Ocean & The Ghost, UPPERROOM, John Mark Pantana
#16 - 'No Other Name but Jesus (Live)' by Victory House Worship, Jeremy Armstrong
#17 - 'God Almighty' by C3 NYC
#18 - 'Yes He Lives - Live' by Hannah Hobbs, Alexander Pappas
#19 - 'You Are Loved' by Kate Gurren
#20 - 'Dont Let Me Go' by Jaisua
#21 - 'This Is Forever' by Equippers Revolution
#22 - 'Joy In The Morning - Radio Version' by Tauren Wells
#23 - 'However You Want to (feat. Karen Espinosa & Kendall James)' by Family Music, Karen Espinosa, Kendall James
#24 - 'Still Fresh' by C3LA Music, Joseph Pringle
#25 - 'Christ In Me' by Christy Nockels
#26 - 'He's Making A Way' by Jesus Co., WorshipMob
#27 - 'Your Love' by NewSpring Worship, Lauren Vaughan
#28 - 'Psalm 34 (Taste and See)' by Kingdom Kids, Davy Flowers
#29 - 'Heaven's Melody' by Real Hope Worship, Chase Wagner
#30 - 'Thousands of Years' by Daphne Richardson
#31 - 'Once and For All - Live' by Journey Worship Co.
#32 - 'Cross' by Jonas Lozano
#33 - 'Go To Church' by Zambroa
#34 - 'Kingdom' by Jacquelyn Owens
#35 - 'Show Us Your Glory (Open Up)' by Northway Collective
#36 - 'Always' by Flourish Music, Spencer Roth
#37 - 'Ghost Town' by Ocean & The Ghost, Abbie Gamboa
#38 - 'Isaiah 44 - Sing Oh Heavens' by Project of Love
#39 - 'hero' by Sam Bowman
#40 - 'Reason I'm Here - Live' by Unveiled Worship, Jon Nicholson
#41 - 'The Lord's Prayer (It's Yours) - Song Session' by Bryan Fowler, Essential Worship
#42 - 'Little Dream Song' by The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers
#43 - 'Courts of the King' by NewSpring Worship, Lauren Vaughan
#44 - 'A Thousand Hallelujahs - Live' by Spring Harvest, Lou Fellingham
#45 - 'Surely (Psalm 23)' by NewSpring Worship, Lauren Vaughan
#46 - 'You Are The Change' by FRM!, Stefan Gloeckner
#47 - 'Even in the Quiet' by NewSpring Worship, Lauren Vaughan
#48 - 'Fighting For My Soul - Acoustic Session' by Jena Brancart
#49 - 'Face like Lightning' by Gwil Davey, melo
#50 - 'All Rise' by Aaron Wardle

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You can hear these songs on a special playlist that we have for you on Spotify:

Obviously, this playlist changes every week, so don't forget to save your favorites! If you follow this playlist, you will always have the most up-to-date overview of the most popular newest Christian Contemporary releases in the English language...

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