Jonathan David Helser
Jonathan David Helser
Jonathan and Melissa love the global church and love getting to lead worship around the world. They have been writing and recording music for thirteen years, and their first album, The Awakening, was released in 2005. Since then, the Helsers have released eight albums, including their most recent project, Beautiful Surrender in partnership with the Bethel Music Collective. Jonathan and Melissa teamed up with Bethel Music in 2014 and have been featured on various Bethel Music albums such as Have It All (“Thank You”), We Will Not Be Shaken (“No Longer Slaves”), and Starlight(“Catch the Wind”). They enjoy traveling internationally where they’ve consistently participated in events like International Bethel Tours, David’s Tent and Big Church Day Out. Jonathan and Melissa long to see a generation encounter the love of God, and their music reflects their desire for the Earth to look just like Heaven.
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PraiseCharts chord charts are transposable, editable, capo friendly and ready for both digital and print use. They match the recordings you know and love, and provide noted tempo and worship-friendly fret diagrams. After experiencing chord charts from PraiseCharts, you may never want to download another kind of chord chart again!
This is as up to date as it gets. If a new song hits the airwaves and it starts trending fast, chances are you will be able to spot it here. If an old song suddenly spikes because of a unique current event, you'll see that here as well. So get out a bag of popcorn and hit refresh every 10 minutes to watch the race.
"Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!" The blood of the sacrificial lamb, throughout the Old Testament, was the means to right relationship with God. But the Blood of Jesus was the perfect sacrifice to bring the world into right relationship with God. Sing about this gift of love with your church family this weekend!
These days, most of the great worship songs end up on a radio playlist somewhere in this world. People love to cruise down the highway with their windows open and hands raised (well, at least one hand) while having their own private time of worship. On a practical note, artists will often record a special radio version of their song that is trimmed down to around three minutes. You won't find a lot of spontaneous repetition in these arrangements. Here is a list of our top praise and worship radio hits.
This list tracks the most popular worship songs overall, dating back exactly 365 days from today. Only the best of the best will ever make it into this list. Watch these trends closely to stay in tune with songs that churches all over the world are singing on a regular basis.
Some people like to sing by memory, some like to see the words on the screen, and some like the music written out on paper, in "good old fashioned four-part harmony." We have made this series of Hymn Sheets to arrange all the great contemporary worship songs in a format consistent with the hymnal in your pews. These sheets are great as inserts in your bulletin for your congregation to follow along. By the way, photocopying these sheets for your congregation is covered by CCLI.