We’re coming to the end of June, and it’s officially end of financial year tax time. So before we post any mid-year themed reflective blogs or reviews, it’s time for another installment of the ‘Best of’ series. Last time we delved into our top music videos of the first half of the year, and this time, we are going to reveal to you all which songs throughout the 3 months of 2018 (April – June) have impacted us greatly, made us jump up for joy in praise to Jesus, have tugged at our heart, and have encouraged us to tap our toes and just dance! So without further ado, here are 20 songs that are our most favourite of April-June 2018.

Just Give Me Jesus (Unspoken)

The Breakup Song (Francesca Battistelli)


RUN (Urban Rescue)

Thirst For Life (Cimorelli)

Into Dust (Mack Brock)

Better for It (Riley Clemmons)

Always (Owl City)

Great Things (Phil Wickham)

Easy (Sarah Reeves)

Why God (Austin French)

Remember to Remember (Steven Curtis Chapman)

Shattered (Blanca)

You Can (Building 429)

Everything (Lincoln Brewster)

How Could I Be Silent (Caitie Hurst)

Who You Say I Am (Hillsong Worship)

Heaven is Where You Are (Erik Nieder)

Help Us To Love (feat. The Hamiltones) (Tori Kelly)

Miracle (Mosiac MSC)

So there it is, my favourite 20 songs within the period of April – June 2018. What are yours? Let us know in the comments. Til next time!

One thought on “BEST OF 2018- PART 5: TOP 20 SONGS OF 2018 (APRIL – JUNE)”

  1. Till I Found You by Phil Wickham
    Miracle by Mosaic MSC
    Wherever I Go by Dan Bremnes
    Why God by Austin French
    Into Dust by Mack Brock
    The Breakup Song by Francesca Battistelli
    Let It Be Love by The Color
    Pioneers (ft. Courtney and Moriah) by for KING and COUNTRY
    Just Jesus by Hillsong Young and Free
    Who You Say I Am by Hillsong Worship
    Known by Tauren Wells
    Survivor by Zach Williams
    The Way (New Horizon) by Pat Barrett
    How Could I Be Silent by Caitie Hurst
    Broke by Riley Clemmons
    Child In Your Arms by Ryan Stevenson
    Good News by Mandisa
    Remember To Remember- Steven Curtis Chapman
    You Can by Building 429
    One Day by Matt Redman

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