Music Videos|January 03, 2014 05:15 EST
Christian Music Videos for 2014: Top 5 Includes Mandisa and Colton Dixon
What's on your playlist for 2014? Here are some of the top 5 Christian Music Videos for the first week of 2014.
1. Shake - Mercy Me
Mercy Me is a remarkable Christian band that was founded in Greenville, Texas. They first gained mainstream recognition with the crossover single, "I Can Only Imagine" giving then double platinum certification. Enjoy this up beat comical video of their latest single "Shake" from the upcoming 2014 release.
2. Overcomer - Mandisa
Gospel/contemporary Christian artist Mandisa began her singing career on the fifth season of American Idol. After finishing in ninth place this soulful singer definitely knows what it means to be an overcomer. She is now on the Hits Deep tour along side Christian innovator TobyMac and has been nominated for 5 Grammys, two of which are for her album Overcomer.
3. Never Gone - Colton Dixon
Colton Dixon, another American Idol alumni, made it to the top seven after being prompted to crash his sisters audition by Idol judges. After being voted off he ventured into the world of Christian music and is doing exceptionally well. A deluxe version of his album A Messenger is being rereleased early this year.
4. Pray - Sanctus Real
Mission focused band Sanctus Real, have been using their musical talents to draw people to God since 2002. Their new heartfelt song "Pray," off their latest album Run, speaks of the importance of prayer. The band has had some really tough trials throughout their sucesses but have persevered and continue to make music that will glorify their God.
5. God Of The Impossible - Everfound
Everfound is a rock band based in Denver, Colorado, consisting of the four Russian brothers. Whose parents learned about Jesus Christ through Christian radio stations that American missionaries set up to transmit the Gospel into the communist territory they lived in. After moving to America and releasing four independent records, Everfound can now be heard on radio stations all over the world.