Check out the hottest Christian Christmas albums this season.
Wow Christmas Various
Looking for a delightful yuletide smorgasbord? Then check out Wow Christmas, featuring 32 of contemporary Christian music’s top artists putting their own spin on beloved holiday tunes. Ring in the festive season with Casting Crowns crooning “Joy to the World,” Point of Grace caroling “Little Drummer Boy” or Chris Tomlin singing worshipful ballad “Emmanuel.”
The husband and wife duo known as FFH recently released One Silent Night, their first Christmas album. With a mix of classic and original Christmas tunes, you’ll be sure to do a little jingle-bell rockin’ while listening to these tracks.
Christmas in Diverse City
Five-time Grammy winner TobyMac has already hit a good note with his first Christmas album, Christmas in Diverse City. Its single “Christmas Is Here,” featuring Leigh Nash, became a No. 1 radio hit. And with the addition of Jamie Grant and the Diverse City band, listeners are in for a sugarcoated treat with these diverse vocals and musical stylings.
David Crowder Band
Known for its creative worship style, the David Crowder Band doesn’t disappoint with Oh for Joy, a collaborative reinvention of Christmas hits such as “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” “The First Noel” and “O Holy Night.”
The Heart of Christmas
For his seventh album, pop artist Matthew West didn’t pull any punches. His Christmas release, The Heart of Christmas, features some stellar work from heavy hitters Amy Grant, Vince Gill and Mandisa. With such an all-star cast joining West to celebrate the true reason for Christmas, it’s hard not to feel more than a little holiday cheer.
The popular Aussie Pentecostal worship band released Born Is the King this winter while on a 13-city tour of the U.S. The eight-track holiday EP can be purchased as a digital-only release on Hillsong Music’s website.