Top Christian Songs of 2012
It’s hard to believe it’s that time of year already, but here we are again at the conclusion of yet another year, with lots of great music to reflect back upon. That’s right, it’s time for our annual list: the top Christian Songs of 2012! The ranking is provided by Billboard magazine (ranked by radio airplay audience impressions).
We hope this list of 2012’s best in Christian music will be a blessing to you!
#10 – Phillips, Craig & Dean – When The Stars Burn Down (Blessing & Honor)
#9 – Tenth Avenue North – Losing
#8 – Aaron Shust – My Hope Is In You
#7 – tobyMac – Me Without You
#6 – Sidewalk Prophets – Live Like That
#5 – MercyMe – The Hurt & The Healer
#4 – Matt Redman – 10,000 reasons (Bless The Lord)
#3 – Newsboys – God’s Not Dead (Like A Lion)
#2 – Jeremy Camp – Overcome
#1 – Building 429 – Where I Belong
This year’s Top Christian Songs of 2012 showed a return of some of the longstanding Christian bands/artists of years past like Mercy Me and Jeremy Camp. It’s also been a year of new songs, with powerful themes about the strength of God’s love for us and His incredible mercy and grace.
Did any of these songs speak to you in your life in a special way? Were any of your favorites missing from this top 10? Any guesses which bands/artists will make next year’s list? Let us know in the comments below! If you enjoyed this listing, please ‘like’ it below to share it with your friends.