When you've written hallmark songs like, "Lord I Need You", "Because He Lives", and "Christ is Risen" that the church worldwide sings, how does Matt Maher top that? Why, by singing good old-fashioned Christmas songs!
Matt goes fun and fancy with his jazz-infused rendition of "Jingle Bells"!
Venturing off the safe path, Lauren Daigle ("How Can it Be") gives us a completely new take on a classic Christmas favorite; incorporating some ol' New Orleans flavor to the song. Here's Lauren's take on "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas".
Take just a moment - relax and reflect - on the REAL meaning of Christmas, as Mandisa sings her tender rendition of this Christmas classic - "What Child Is This?" From her holiday album, It's Christmas
Critics agree, 'Noel' is one of Lauren Daigle's more breathtaking performances to date. While still an up-and-coming artist, Lauren recorded this song on Chris Tomlin's 2015 Christmas album, Adore. Surprisingly, it has become one of the season's most-played songs.
Before you unwrap the candy cane or sip on that peppermint mocha, you might want to first consider the palette. Behold, the Christmas album from Lauren Daigle, brings influences from New Orleans' Bourbon Street to bring a Christmas album that, in many respects, is totally unconventional. What does Lauren say about the album?
What do you get when you have one of the world's leading worship bands (Hillsong Worship) led by one of the world's most powerful Christian vocalists (Taya Smith) in a concert at one of the largest churches in the world (Hillsong, Sydney Australia)? You get one of the best performances of the Christmas season!
Here's Hillsong Worship performing their rendition of "O Holy Night".