Posted September 8, 2014 by Michael Ernest in Culture

Staff Playlist (September 2014)

We love music, and because we love you as much, we decided to share with you what has been enjoying heavy rotation on our media players.

“Forever” by Kari Jobe

Just because I love Kari Jobe, just because I love Spoken Word, just because I love Bethel Music.


“Can’t Stop Me” by Andy Mineo

Not crazy about the video, but love the song. A good work-out song I must add.


“Guns/ Napoleon” by John Mark McMillian

Only one man can make a worship song called Guns and Napoleon. The metaphorical songwriting is flat-out genius.


“Through It All” by Colton Dixon

My favorite song off Dixon’s sophomore album ‘Anchor.” This song resonates with me a whole lot.

And the original song


“Beautiful” by Mali Music

Yes, I don’t care if he went ’secular’ I love this tune.


“Come As You Are” by Crowder

Crowder crowder crowder. This tune touches me to the core every single time.


“Broken Vessels (Amazing Grace)” by Hillsong Worship

I guess Hillsong found their new Darlene Zschech. Taya Smith’s vocal is pure, innocent and edgy all in one. She performed “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” so beautifully and here she continues soaring.


“Love Takes Over” by Beth Croft

One question – World, are you ready for Beth Croft? Love her sound – the new sound of worship music. I hope you all caught my review of Beth Croft’s album!

And since I am a sucker for unplugged version of songs.


“Unstoppable Love” by Jesus Culture

I love both versions of this song. Kim Walker Smith does justice to it on both Jesus Culture style.


“You Make Me Brave” by Bethel Music

This song has been my declaration for a while now.


“Preacher” by One Republic

I singalong loud every single time.