While today’s video is nine minutes long, it may be quite wonderful for many of you. (The last two minutes are a message from the artist.)
Watch the decade of the 80s in worship music performed acapella. Twenty-five songs in all. Which of these are familiar to you?
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Thank you, Steve. This was such a great way to start my day!!
Loved the medley of beautiful songs especially, “Shine Jesus Shine” and the many songs that spoke to me of God’s strength. I loved that I could hear every word sung – all full of meaning and love.
Thanks for sharing.
I was a child of the 80s but a teen/college student of the 90s when I heard most of these songs for the first time. They changed me and directed my path in amazing ways. Thank you so very much for sharing this. What a blessing!
This struck an emotional chord—beautiful!
Thank you for sharing and beginning my day with worship to the God Who creates.
A beautiful sunrise this morning followed up with praise to God.
Kristen Joy Wilks
That brings back so many memories! So many songs we sang at camp. Love it!!!
I loved this, but it’s too bad the guy holding the signs didn’t get a chance to sing. Oh…wait.
I loved the songs,
I found myself in worship throughout. I came to know the Lord in 1994 (May 5 to be exact) yet, had heard each of these songs either in church or on my favorite radio station (Pilgrim Radio). Pilgrim often plays early CCM so I have an appreciation for Rich Mullins and Second Chapter of Acts among others.
Sheri Dean Parmelee, Ph.D.
What an incredible talent he has! Loved, loved, loved the songs. Thanks for sharing.
Oh my goodness, I know all of these even though I wasn’t even born for half of them!
Also, how impressive is this guy’s hoodie collection?
What a fun walk back through my childhood. Only a handful of songs I didn’t know. The rest I couldn’t help singing along to. Some of my favourites! Such a talented artist.
Awesome decade of Christian music and this is an awesome artist singing them!
It was a reminder of that transition era. I bear scars from those who wanted “only hymns” (like the apostles sang”)