Singing News Radio Chart #1 Hit Analysis

Last updated 12/7/2018, with the December 2018 chart.

Most #1 Hits: By Artist

  1. McKameys (20): Who Put The Tears In The Eyes Of The Lamb, Getting Used To The Dark, God On The Mountain, God Will Make This Trial A Blessing, Do You Know How It Feels, A Borrowed Tomb, Arise, Right On Time, Roll That Burden On Me, I’ve Won, He Calms Me, The Good News, I Am Home, I Will Trust You Lord, Between 12 and 33, I Keep Praying, Shepherd’s Point of View, Above and Beyond, Unspoken Request, Pure Satisfaction
  2. Karen Peck & New River (15): God Likes to Work, Four Days Late, Hold Me While I Cry, Last Night, Hey, Whispered Prayers, I Want to Thank You, On the Banks of the Promised Land, Mighty Big God, Revival, Finish Well, Pray Now, Calling, I Choose Christ, Gotta Be Saved
  3. Crabb Family (14): Please Forgive Me, Trail Of Tears, The Lamb The Lion And The King, I Sure Miss You, Through The Fire, That’s No Mountain, The Reason That I’m Standing, Don’t You Want To Go, Please Come Down To Me, The Walk, The Cross, Jesus Will Do What You Can’t, He Came Looking For Me, The Shepherd’s Call
  4. The Whisnants (14): Is Anything Too Hard for God, What You Took From Me, The Next Time That You See Me, God’s Bigger Than That, Nail it to the Cross, New Day Dawning, Thank God for Grace, A Greater Yes, Be Not Afraid, I’ll Pray For You, King Jesus is Coming, I’ll Trust the Potter’s Hand, All is Well, He’s Never Moved
  5. Kingsmen (14): Excuses, Saints Will Rise, Stand Up, Go And Tell Somebody, Wish You Were Here, He’s All I Need, I Will Rise Up From My Grave, The Next Cloud, God Sits On High (Carolina Boys), When God Ran, God Saw a Cross, He’s Everything I Need, Oh Yes I Am, Battle Cry
  6. Greater Vision (12): My Name is Lazarus, Just One More Soul, He’s Still Waiting By The Well, Never Been, I Know A Man Who Can, Looking For The Grace, Preacher, Tell It Like It Is. For All He’s Done, Put Out the Fire, Never Will I Ever Again, Still, God Doesn’t Care
  7. Talleys (12): Sweeter As the Days Go By, Searchin’, The Healer, The Answer Is Christ, I Love The Lord, Jesus Saves, His Life For Mine, The Debt, The Broken Ones, That’s Enough, Life Goes On, Up Above
  8. Browders (11): Message of the Cross, Land of No Goodbyes, Praise You In This Valley, He Is Alive, Lift Up His Name, Listening for the Shout, He Took The Nails, Time Machine, Waiting for You to Get Home, New Song, Put It Into God’s Hands
  9. Gold City (10): I Think I’ll Read It Again, John Saw, When I Get Carried Away, Midnight Cry, Gettin’ Ready To Leave This World, One Scarred Hand, I’m Not Giving Up, In Time On Time Every Time, He Said, Peter James and John
  10. Perrys (10): Not Even a Stone, By Faith I Can Touch Him Now, Praise God It’s Settled I’m Saved, I Rest My Case at the Cross, I Wish I Could Have Been There, If You Knew Him, Did I Mention, Celebrate Me Home, Blue Skies Coming, I Got A Hold of God This Morning
  11. Kingdom Heirs (10): That’s Why I Love to Call His Name, I Know I’m Going There, Forever Changed, What We Needed, He Locked the Gates, Tell Me Why, Just Preach Jesus, Just Beyond The Sunset, The Borrowed Tomb, I’ll Know I’m Home

Most Months Spent at #1

  1. McKameys: 33
  2. Kingsmen: 32
  3. Inspirations: 27
  4. Goodmans: 25
  5. Crabb Family: 24
    Gold City: 24
  6. Cathedrals: 19
    Oak Ridge Boys: 19
    Talleys: 19
  7. Florida Boys: 17
  8. Blackwood Brothers: 16
    Karen Peck & New River: 16
  9. Blue Ridge: 15
    Greater Vision: 15
    Whisnants: 15
  10. Hemphills: 14
    Hoppers: 14
  11. Browders: 12
    Perrys: 12
  12. Hinsons: 10
    Kingdom Heirs: 10
    Speers: 10

Most #1 Hits: By Record Label

  1. 82: Crossroads (42 for Horizon, 35 for Sonlite, 1 for Vine, 1 for Parable, 3 non-imprint)
  2. 78: Daywind
  3. 28: Benson (16 for Heartwarming, 12 for RiverSong) (2 songs in 1970-71 shared)
  4. 25: Canaan (3 songs in 1970-71 shared)
  5. 19: EMI (9 Spring House, 10 Spring Hill)
  6. 15: United Independent Artists
  7. 11: MorningStar
  8. 7: Family Music Group
  9. 7: Homeland
  10. 7: Stow Town

Most Months Spent at #1

  1. 103: Canaan (15 months in 1970-71 shared)
  2. 101: Crossroads (52 for Horizon, 44 for Sonlite, 1 for Vine, 1 for Parable, 2 non-imprint)
  3. 95: Daywind
  4. 93: Benson (60 for Heartwarming, 33 for RiverSong) (17 months in 1970-71 shared)
  5. 30: MorningStar
  6. 27: EMI (14 Spring Hill, 13 Spring House)
  7. 18: United Independent Artists
  8. 15: Skylite (all from its one #1 hit, the Blackwood Brothers’ “Learning to Lean”)
  9. 13: Homeland
  10. 12: Calvary
  11. 11: Family Music Group
  12. 9: Word/Dayspring
  13. 8: WindChime
  14. 8: Stow Town

Most #1 Hits: By Songwriter

  • 26: Gerald Crabb (Trail Of Tears, The Lamb, The Lion And The King, I Sure Miss You, The Healer, Not Even A Stone, The Walk, I Take Him Back, The Cross, Jesus Will Do What You Can’t, He Came Looking For Me, The Shepherd’s Call, Through The Fire, That’s No Mountain, Don’t You Wanna Go, Please Come Down To Me, Please Forgive Me, Hold Me While I Cry, The Reason That I’m Standing,Thank God For The Preacher, The Debt, You Asked Him To Leave, Home, Calling, It’s What He’s Done, I Choose Christ, God Of The Storms)
  • 17: Rodney Griffin (I Choose, God Saw a Cross, Above and Beyond, I Know I’m Going There, He Locked the Gates, My Name Is Lazarus, Just One More Soul, He’s Still Waiting By The Well, Never Been, Do You Want to Be Forgiven, What You Took From Me, If You Knew Him, Masterpiece of Mercy, Looking For The Grace, Preacher Tell It Like It Is, Put Out The Fire, Still)
  • 15: Dianne Wilkinson (Boundless Love, What We Needed, Tell Me Why, He Said, Peter James and John, King Jesus is Coming, What Salvation’s Done For Me, Just Preach Jesus, Good News From Jerusalem, Just Beyond The Sunset, The Borrowed Tomb, Long Live The King, I’ll Know I’m Home, Christ Is Still The King, Can You Burn)
  • 14: Joel Lindsey (New Day Dawning, He Made a Change, Reason Enough, I Wish I Could Have Been There, Born to Climb, Celebrate Me Home, Love Came Calling, Blue Skies Coming, That’s Why, Battle Cry, Jesus Changed Everything, Never Forsaken, Clear Skies)
  • 13: Wayne Haun (I Wish I Could Have Been There, Born to Climb, Celebrate Me Home, Blue Skies Coming, Love Came Calling, The Debt, Reason Enough, That’s Why, Jesus Changed Everything, Never Forsaken, Present in the Presence of the King, Clear Skies, Gotta Be Saved)
  • 10: Ronny Hinson (Two Winning Hands, Mercy Built A Bridge, The Lighthouse, He Pilots My Ship, I’m Just Waiting For My Ride, Notified, I Feel a Little Song Coming On, God’s Gonna Do The Same For You And Me, When He Was On The Cross, Oasis)

Most Months Spent at #1

  1. 37: Gerald Crabb
  2. 30: Ronnie Hinson
  3. 21: Harold Lane
  4. 18: Rodney Griffin
  5. 17: Phil Cross
    17: Dianne Wilkinson
  6. 15: Aaron Wilburn
    15: Joel Hemphill
    15: John Stallings (one song)
    15: LaVerne Tripp
  7. 14: Kirk Talley
  8. 13: Mike Payne
    13: Sandy Knight
    13: Joel Lindsey
    13: Wayne Haun
  9. 12: Matthew Browder
  10. 11: Jeff Steele

Some of the songs are co-writes.

List of #1 Hits

  • January 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Downings (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • January 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Florida Boys (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Inspirations (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Mark V label.)
  • January 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • February 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Inspirations (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Mark V label.)
  • February 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • February 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Thrasher Brothers (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • March 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Florida Boys (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • March 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Inspirations (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Mark V label.)
  • March 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • April 1970: Thank God I’m Free (shared), Galileans (shared) (Written by Joel Hemphill (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • April 1970: Thank God I’m Free (shared), Goodmans (shared) (Written by Joel Hemphill (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • May 1970: The Night Before Easter (shared), Blackwood Brothers (shared) (Written by Donnie Sumner, Dwayne Friend (shared), and released on the RCA Victor label.)
  • May 1970: The Night Before Easter (shared), Stamps (shared) (Written by Donnie Sumner, Dwayne Friend (shared), and released on the Skylite label.)
  • June 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Inspirations (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Mark V label.)
  • June 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • July 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Inspirations (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Mark V label.)
  • July 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • August 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Inspirations (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Mark V label.)
  • August 1970: Jesus Is Coming Soon (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by R.E. Winsett (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • September 1970: Thank God I’m Free (shared), Goodmans (shared) (Written by Joel Hemphill (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 1970: Thank God I’m Free (shared), Hemphills (shared) (Written by Joel Hemphill (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1970: Sheltered In The Arms Of God, Downings (shared) (Written by Dottie Rambo, Jimmie Davis (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • October 1970: Sheltered In The Arms Of God, Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by Dottie Rambo, Jimmie Davis (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • November 1970: Here Come The Rattlesnakes, Wendy Bagwell & The Sunliters (Written by Wendy Bagwell, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • December 1970: Here Come The Rattlesnakes, Wendy Bagwell & The Sunliters (Written by Wendy Bagwell, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1971: Here Come The Rattlesnakes, Wendy Bagwell & The Sunliters (Written by Wendy Bagwell, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • February 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • February 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • March 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • March 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • April 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • April 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • May 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • May 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • June 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • June 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • July 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • July 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • August 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • August 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • September 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • October 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • November 1971: I Know (shared), Blue Ridge (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Canaan label.)
  • November 1971: I Know (shared), Oak Ridge Boys (shared) (Written by LaVerne Tripp, Morrey Burns, Lois Mann, Ervin Thomas Rouse (shared), and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • December 1971: That Day Is Almost Here, Blue Ridge (Written by LaVerne Tripp, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1972: That Day Is Almost Here, Blue Ridge (Written by LaVerne Tripp, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • February 1972: That Day Is Almost Here, Blue Ridge (Written by LaVerne Tripp, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • March 1972: Tiny, Rambos (Written by Dottie Rambo, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • April 1972: The Flowers Kissed The Shoes Jesus Wore, Oak Ridge Boys (Written by Frank Myers, Don Williams, Robert McKee, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • May 1972: Tiny, Rambos (Written by Dottie Rambo, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • June 1972: The Lighthouse, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • July 1972: There Is A River, Jimmy Swaggart (Written by Max Sapp, David Sapp, and released on the Jim Records label.)
  • August 1972: The Lighthouse, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 1972: The Lighthouse, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1972: After Calvary, Blue Ridge (Written by LaVerne Tripp, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • November 1972: After Calvary, Blue Ridge (Written by LaVerne Tripp, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • December 1972: The Lighthouse, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1973: The Lighthouse, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • February 1973: There Is A River, Jimmy Swaggart (Written by Max Sapp, David Sapp, and released on the Jim Records label.)
  • March 1973: The Lighthouse, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • April 1973: He Pilots My Ship, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • May 1973: He Pilots My Ship, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • June 1973: He Pilots My Ship, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • July 1973: There Is A River, Jimmy Swaggart (Written by Max Sapp, David Sapp, and released on the Jim Records label.)
  • August 1973: There Is A River, Jimmy Swaggart (Written by Max Sapp, David Sapp, and released on the Jim Records label.)
  • September 1973: He Pilots My Ship, Goodmans (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1973: King Jesus, Oak Ridge Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • November 1973: Touring The City, Inspirations (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • December 1973: Touring The City, Inspirations (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1974: Touring The City, Inspirations (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • February 1974: Touring The City, Inspirations (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • March 1974: Touring The City, Inspirations (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • April 1974: When I Wake Up To Sleep No More, Inspirations (Written by Marion W. Easterling, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • May 1974: When I Wake Up To Sleep No More, Inspirations (Written by Marion W. Easterling, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • June 1974: When I Wake Up To Sleep No More, Inspirations (Written by Marion W. Easterling, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • July 1974: When I Wake Up To Sleep No More, Inspirations (Written by Marion W. Easterling, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • August 1974: When I Wake Up To Sleep No More, Inspirations (Written by Marion W. Easterling, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 1974: When I Wake Up To Sleep No More, Inspirations (Written by Marion W. Easterling, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1974: When I Wake Up To Sleep No More, Inspirations (Written by Marion W. Easterling, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • November 1974: One Day At A Time, Thrasher Brothers (Written by Kris Kristofferson, Marijohn Wilkin, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • December 1974: When I Wake Up To Sleep No More, Inspirations (Written by Marion W. Easterling, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1975: One Day At A Time, Thrasher Brothers (Written by Kris Kristofferson, Marijohn Wilkin, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • February 1975: One Day At A Time, Thrasher Brothers (Written by Kris Kristofferson, Marijohn Wilkin, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • March 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • April 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • May 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • June 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • July 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • August 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • November 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • December 1975: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1976: What A Beautiful Day, Goodmans (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Eddie Crook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • February 1976: Jesus Is Mine, Inspirations (Written by Wally Fowler, V. Cook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • March 1976: Jesus Is Mine, Inspirations (Written by Wally Fowler, V. Cook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • April 1976: Jesus Is Mine, Inspirations (Written by Wally Fowler, V. Cook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • May 1976: Jesus Is Mine, Inspirations (Written by Wally Fowler, V. Cook, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • June 1976: Please Search The Book Again, Jerry & The Singing Goffs (Written by Jerry Goff, and released on the Songs of Faith label.)
  • July 1976: Please Search The Book Again, Jerry & The Singing Goffs (Written by Jerry Goff, and released on the Songs of Faith label.)
  • August 1976: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • September 1976: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • October 1976: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • November 1976: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • December 1976: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • January 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • February 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • March 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • April 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • May 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • June 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • July 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • August 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • September 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • October 1977: Learning To Lean, Blackwood Brothers (Written by John Stallings, and released on the Skylite label.)
  • November 1977: I’ve Never Been This Homesick Before, Rambos (Written by Dottie Rambo, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • December 1977: Rise Again, Dallas Holm & Praise (Written by Dallas Holm, and released on the Greentree label.)
  • January 1978: Rise Again, Dallas Holm & Praise (Written by Dallas Holm, and released on the Greentree label.)
  • February 1978: Rise Again, Dallas Holm & Praise (Written by Dallas Holm, and released on the Greentree label.)
  • March 1978: Rise Again, Dallas Holm & Praise (Written by Dallas Holm, and released on the Greentree label.)
  • April 1978: Rise Again, Dallas Holm & Praise (Written by Dallas Holm, and released on the Greentree label.)
  • May 1978: Rise Again, Dallas Holm & Praise (Written by Dallas Holm, and released on the Greentree label.)
  • June 1978: I’m Standing On The Solid Rock, Florida Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • July 1978: I’m Standing On The Solid Rock, Florida Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • August 1978: I’m Standing On The Solid Rock, Florida Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 1978: I’m Standing On The Solid Rock, Florida Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1978: I’m Standing On The Solid Rock, Florida Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • November 1978: I’m Standing On The Solid Rock, Florida Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • December 1978: I’m Standing On The Solid Rock, Florida Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1979: I’m Standing On The Solid Rock, Florida Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • February 1979: I’m Standing On The Solid Rock, Florida Boys (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • March 1979: What Sins Are You Talking About, Speers (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • April 1979: What Sins Are You Talking About, Speers (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • May 1979: What Sins Are You Talking About, Speers (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • June 1979: What Sins Are You Talking About, Speers (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • July 1979: What Sins Are You Talking About, Speers (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • August 1979: What Sins Are You Talking About, Speers (Written by Harold Lane, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • September 1979: Oh Buddha, Imperials (Written by Mark Farrow, and released on the Word/DaySpring label.)
  • October 1979: Oh Buddha, Imperials (Written by Mark Farrow, and released on the Word/DaySpring label.)
  • November 1979: Oh Buddha, Imperials (Written by Mark Farrow, and released on the Word/DaySpring label.)
  • December 1979: Oh Buddha, Imperials (Written by Mark Farrow, and released on the Word/DaySpring label.)
  • January 1980: Oh Buddha, Imperials (Written by Mark Farrow, and released on the Word/DaySpring label.)
  • February 1980: Oh Buddha, Imperials (Written by Mark Farrow, and released on the Word/DaySpring label.)
  • March 1980: Praise The Lord, Imperials (Written by Brown Bannister, Michael V. Hudson, and released on the Word/DaySpring label.)
  • April 1980: Oh Buddha, Imperials (Written by Mark Farrow, and released on the Word/DaySpring label.)
  • May 1980: Oh Buddha, Imperials (Written by Mark Farrow, and released on the Word/DaySpring label.)
  • June 1980: Come Morning, Nelons (Rex Nelon Singers) (Written by Dee Gaskin, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • July 1980: I’m In This Church, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • August 1980: Come Morning, Nelons (Rex Nelon Singers) (Written by Dee Gaskin, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 1980: Better Hurry Up, Goodmans (Written by James B. Paris, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1980: Come Morning, Nelons (Rex Nelon Singers) (Written by Dee Gaskin, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • November 1980: Better Hurry Up, Goodmans (Written by James B. Paris, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • December 1980: He’s Still Workin’ On Me, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • January 1981: He’s Still Workin’ On Me, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • February 1981: He’s Still Workin’ On Me, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • March 1981: He’s Still Workin’ On Me, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • April 1981: He’s Still Workin’ On Me, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • May 1981: He’s Still Workin’ On Me, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • June 1981: He’s Still Workin’ On Me, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • July 1981: He’s Still Workin’ On Me, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • August 1981: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • September 1981: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • October 1981: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • November 1981: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • December 1981: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • January 1982: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • February 1982: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • March 1982: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • April 1982: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • May 1982: Good Things, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • June 1982: Excuses, Kingsmen (Written by Harold S. Leake, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • July 1982: God’s Gonna Do The Same For You And Me, Hinsons (Written by Ronnie Hinson, Kenny Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • August 1982: God’s Gonna Do The Same For You And Me, Hinsons (Written by Ronnie Hinson, Kenny Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • September 1982: Antioch Church Choir, Dixie Melody Boys (Written by Darrell Holt, and released on the Lifeline label.)
  • October 1982: Step Into The Water, Cathedrals (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • November 1982: Step Into The Water, Cathedrals (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • December 1982: Step Into The Water, Cathedrals (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1983: Step Into The Water, Cathedrals (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • February 1983: Step Into The Water, Cathedrals (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • March 1983: Step Into The Water, Cathedrals (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • April 1983: Step Into The Water, Cathedrals (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • May 1983: Step Into The Water, Cathedrals (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • June 1983: Step Into The Water, Cathedrals (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • July 1983: Two Winning Hands, Hinsons (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • August 1983: Two Winning Hands, Hinsons (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • September 1983: Two Winning Hands, Hinsons (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • October 1983: Out Of This World, Paynes (Written by Mike Payne, and released on the Windchime label.)
  • November 1983: Out Of This World, Paynes (Written by Mike Payne, and released on the Windchime label.)
  • December 1983: Out Of This World, Paynes (Written by Mike Payne, and released on the Windchime label.)
  • January 1984: Out Of This World, Paynes (Written by Mike Payne, and released on the Windchime label.)
  • February 1984: Saints Will Rise, Kingsmen (Written by Conrad Cook, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • March 1984: Saints Will Rise, Kingsmen (Written by Conrad Cook, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • April 1984: I Think I’ll Read it Again, Gold City (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • May 1984: I Think I’ll Read it Again, Gold City (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • June 1984: I Think I’ll Read it Again, Gold City (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • July 1984: Call Me Gone, Hinsons (Written by Kenny Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • August 1984: Call Me Gone, Hinsons (Written by Kenny Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • September 1984: Who Put The Tears In The Eyes Of The Lamb, McKameys (Written by Carol Johnson (?), and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • October 1984: It Wasn’t Raining When Noah Built The Ark, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • November 1984: It Wasn’t Raining When Noah Built The Ark, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • December 1984: It Wasn’t Raining When Noah Built The Ark, Hemphills (Written by Joel Hemphill, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • January 1985: I Bowed On My Knees And Cried Holy, Singing Americans (Written by Bea Packer (Wally Fowler), and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • February 1985: I Bowed On My Knees And Cried Holy, Singing Americans (Written by Bea Packer (Wally Fowler), and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • March 1985: I Bowed On My Knees And Cried Holy, Singing Americans (Written by Bea Packer (Wally Fowler), and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • April 1985: John Saw, Gold City (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • May 1985: John Saw, Gold City (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • June 1985: John Saw, Gold City (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • July 1985: John Saw, Gold City (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Benson/HeartWarming label.)
  • August 1985: When He Was On The Cross, Florida Boys (Written by Ronnie Hinson, Mike Payne, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 1985: When He Was On The Cross, Florida Boys (Written by Ronnie Hinson, Mike Payne, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1985: When He Was On The Cross, Florida Boys (Written by Ronnie Hinson, Mike Payne, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • November 1985: When He Was On The Cross, Florida Boys (Written by Ronnie Hinson, Mike Payne, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • December 1985: When He Was On The Cross, Florida Boys (Written by Ronnie Hinson, Mike Payne, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • January 1986: Gone At Last, Jimmy Swaggart (Written by Paul Simon, and released on the Jim Records label.)
  • February 1986: Angels Step Back, Paynes (Written by Mike Payne, and released on the Windchime label.)
  • March 1986: Angels Step Back, Paynes (Written by Mike Payne, and released on the Windchime label.)
  • April 1986: Angels Step Back, Paynes (Written by Mike Payne, and released on the Windchime label.)
  • May 1986: Angels Step Back, Paynes (Written by Mike Payne, and released on the Windchime label.)
  • June 1986: Sweeter As The Days Go By, Talleys (Written by Geneser Smith, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • July 1986: Sweeter As The Days Go By, Talleys (Written by Geneser Smith, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • August 1986: Sweeter As The Days Go By, Talleys (Written by Geneser Smith, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 1986: Sweeter As The Days Go By, Talleys (Written by Geneser Smith, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1986: Can He, Could He, Would He, Cathedrals (Written by Dwight Liles, John Chisum, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • November 1986: Can He, Could He, Would He, Cathedrals (Written by Dwight Liles, John Chisum, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • December 1986: Stand Up (live), Kingsmen (Written by Ricky Rector, Bruce Channel, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • January 1987: Stand Up (live), Kingsmen (Written by Ricky Rector, Bruce Channel, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • February 1987: Stand Up (live), Kingsmen (Written by Ricky Rector, Bruce Channel, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • March 1987: Stand Up (live), Kingsmen (Written by Ricky Rector, Bruce Channel, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • April 1987: Boundless Love (live), Cathedrals (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • May 1987: Boundless Love (live), Cathedrals (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • June 1987: When I Get Carried Away (live), Gold City (Written by Phil Cross, Carolyn Cross English, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • July 1987: When I Get Carried Away (live), Gold City (Written by Phil Cross, Carolyn Cross English, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • August 1987: When I Get Carried Away (live), Gold City (Written by Phil Cross, Carolyn Cross English, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • September 1987: When I Get Carried Away (live), Gold City (Written by Phil Cross, Carolyn Cross English, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • October 1987: Getting Used To The Dark (live), McKameys (Written by Sheryl Farris, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • November 1987: Getting Used To The Dark (live), McKameys (Written by Sheryl Farris, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • December 1987: Getting Used To The Dark (live), McKameys (Written by Sheryl Farris, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • January 1988: Midnight Cry, Gold City (Written by Greg Day, Chuck Day, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • February 1988: Midnight Cry, Gold City (Written by Greg Day, Chuck Day, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • March 1988: Midnight Cry, Gold City (Written by Greg Day, Chuck Day, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • April 1988: Midnight Cry, Gold City (Written by Greg Day, Chuck Day, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • May 1988: Midnight Cry, Gold City (Written by Greg Day, Chuck Day, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • June 1988: Midnight Cry, Gold City (Written by Greg Day, Chuck Day, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • July 1988: I Lean On You Lord, Florida Boys (Written by Carroll McGruder, and released on the New Haven label.)
  • August 1988: Mercy Built A Bridge, Hinsons (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • September 1988: Mercy Built A Bridge, Hinsons (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • October 1988: Mercy Built A Bridge, Hinsons (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • November 1988: God On The Mountain, McKameys (Written by Tracy Dartt, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • December 1988: God On The Mountain, McKameys (Written by Tracy Dartt, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • January 1989: God On The Mountain, McKameys (Written by Tracy Dartt, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • February 1989: God On The Mountain, McKameys (Written by Tracy Dartt, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • March 1989: God On The Mountain, McKameys (Written by Tracy Dartt, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • April 1989: I Can See The Hand, Cathedrals (Written by Steven Curtis Chapman, Jim Chapman III, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • May 1989: I Can See The Hand, Cathedrals (Written by Steven Curtis Chapman, Jim Chapman III, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • June 1989: Saved To The Uttermost, Speers (Written by Phil Cross, Carolyn Cross English, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • July 1989: Saved To The Uttermost, Speers (Written by Phil Cross, Carolyn Cross English, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • August 1989: Coming Soon, Spencers (Written by Gene Johnson, Val Johnson, and released on the Peaceful Stream label.)
  • September 1989: Coming Soon, Spencers (Written by Gene Johnson, Val Johnson, and released on the Peaceful Stream label.)
  • October 1989: Coming Soon, Spencers (Written by Gene Johnson, Val Johnson, and released on the Peaceful Stream label.)
  • November 1989: When I Knelt, The Blood Fell, Greenes (Written by Tim Greene, and released on the ACA label.)
  • December 1989: When I Knelt, The Blood Fell, Greenes (Written by Tim Greene, and released on the ACA label.)
  • January 1990: When I Knelt, The Blood Fell, Greenes (Written by Tim Greene, and released on the ACA label.)
  • February 1990: Gettin’ Ready To Leave This World, Gold City (Written by Luther G. Presley, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • March 1990: He’s Still In The Fire, Speers (Written by Tim Hill, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • April 1990: He’s Still In The Fire, Speers (Written by Tim Hill, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • May 1990: Here I Am, Hoppers (Written by Sylvia Merle Green, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • June 1990: Here I Am, Hoppers (Written by Sylvia Merle Green, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • July 1990: Here I Am, Hoppers (Written by Sylvia Merle Green, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • August 1990: Here I Am, Hoppers (Written by Sylvia Merle Green, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • September 1990: I’ve Got A Feeling, Walt Mills (Written by Walt Mills, Albertina Walker, Dan Scott, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • October 1990: I’ve Got A Feeling, Walt Mills (Written by Walt Mills, Albertina Walker, Dan Scott, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • November 1990: I’ve Got A Feeling, Walt Mills (Written by Walt Mills, Albertina Walker, Dan Scott, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • December 1990: I’m Going Home With Jesus, McGruders (Written by Carroll McGruder, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • January 1991: God Will Make This Trial A Blessing, McKameys (Written by Terry Tidewell, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • February 1991: God Will Make This Trial A Blessing, McKameys (Written by Terry Tidewell, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • March 1991: Let’s Meet By The River, Spencers (Written by Kevin Spencer, Barbara Spencer, and released on the Peaceful Stream label.)
  • April 1991: Let’s Meet By The River, Spencers (Written by Kevin Spencer, Barbara Spencer, and released on the Peaceful Stream label.)
  • May 1991: Somebody Touched The Lord, Perfect Heart (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Mark Five label.)
  • June 1991: Somebody Touched The Lord, Perfect Heart (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Mark Five label.)
  • July 1991: On My Father’s Side, Reinhardts (Written by John Reinhardt, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • August 1991: On My Father’s Side, Reinhardts (Written by John Reinhardt, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • September 1991: Going Back, Freemans (Written by Felicia Shiflett, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • October 1991: Going Back, Freemans (Written by Felicia Shiflett, and released on the Calvary label.)
  • November 1991: One Scarred Hand, Gold City (Written by Kyla Rowland, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • December 1991: Go And Tell Somebody, Kingsmen (Written by Jeff Gibson, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • January 1992: Go And Tell Somebody, Kingsmen (Written by Jeff Gibson, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • February 1992: He’s In The Midst, Bishops (Written by Dee Kramer, Danny Kramer, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • March 1992: He’s In The Midst, Bishops (Written by Dee Kramer, Danny Kramer, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • April 1992: He’s In The Midst, Bishops (Written by Dee Kramer, Danny Kramer, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • May 1992: Wish You Were Here, Kingsmen (Written by Michael Williams, Jim Stover, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • June 1992: Wish You Were Here, Kingsmen (Written by Michael Williams, Jim Stover, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • July 1992: Wish You Were Here, Kingsmen (Written by Michael Williams, Jim Stover, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • August 1992: Wish You Were Here, Kingsmen (Written by Michael Williams, Jim Stover, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • September 1992: I’m Glad I Know Who Jesus Is, Nelons (Written by Geron Davis, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • October 1992: Milk And Honey, Hoppers (Written by Shannon Childress, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • November 1992: Wedding Music, Cathedrals (Written by Phil Cross, Kirk Talley, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • December 1992: Wedding Music, Cathedrals (Written by Phil Cross, Kirk Talley, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • January 1993: Wedding Music, Cathedrals (Written by Phil Cross, Kirk Talley, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • February 1993: Do You Know How It Feels, McKameys (Written by Gary Duty, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • March 1993: Do You Know How It Feels, McKameys (Written by Gary Duty, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • April 1993: Do You Know How It Feels, McKameys (Written by Gary Duty, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • May 1993: Mention My Name, Hoppers (Written by Savanna Foust, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • June 1993: Mention My Name, Hoppers (Written by Savanna Foust, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • July 1993: From The Depths Of My Heart, Isaacs (Written by Sonya Isaacs, Ben Isaacs, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • August 1993: From The Depths Of My Heart, Isaacs (Written by Sonya Isaacs, Ben Isaacs, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • September 1993: From The Depths Of My Heart, Isaacs (Written by Sonya Isaacs, Ben Isaacs, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • October 1993: A Borrowed Tomb, McKameys (Written by Sheryl Farris, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • November 1993: He’s All I Need, Kingsmen (Written by Gennelle Tennant, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • December 1993: Jesus Built A Bridge, Poet Voices (Written by Phil Cross, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • January 1994: Jesus Built A Bridge, Poet Voices (Written by Phil Cross, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • February 1994: Jesus Built A Bridge, Poet Voices (Written by Phil Cross, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • March 1994: In The Twinkling Of An Eye, Greenes (Written by Tim Greene, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • April 1994: In The Twinkling Of An Eye, Greenes (Written by Tim Greene, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • May 1994: In The Twinkling Of An Eye, Greenes (Written by Tim Greene, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • June 1994: Arise, McKameys (Written by Roger Ealey, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • July 1994: Arise, McKameys (Written by Roger Ealey, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • August 1994: Arise, McKameys (Written by Roger Ealey, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • September 1994: Arise, McKameys (Written by Roger Ealey, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • October 1994: I Must Tell Somebody, Steeles (Written by Jeff Steele, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • November 1994: Joy On The Other Side Of Jordan, Kirk Talley (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • December 1994: Joy On The Other Side Of Jordan, Kirk Talley (Written by Kirk Talley, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • January 1995: He’s My Hiding Place, Bishops (Written by Dee Gaskin, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • February 1995: He’s My Hiding Place, Bishops (Written by Dee Gaskin, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • March 1995: He’s My Hiding Place, Bishops (Written by Dee Gaskin, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • April 1995: Jesus’ Rocking Chair, Greenes (Written by Tim Greene, and released on the ACA label.)
  • May 1995: Jesus’ Rocking Chair, Greenes (Written by Tim Greene, and released on the ACA label.)
  • June 1995: I Will Rise Up From My Grave, Kingsmen (Written by Jack Toney, Gail Toney, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • July 1995: Wilt Thou Be Made Whole, Carroll Roberson (Written by Vep Ellis, and released on the Carroll Roberson Ministries? label.)
  • August 1995: Wilt Thou Be Made Whole, Carroll Roberson (Written by Vep Ellis, and released on the Carroll Roberson Ministries? label.)
  • September 1995: Wilt Thou Be Made Whole, Carroll Roberson (Written by Vep Ellis, and released on the Carroll Roberson Ministries? label.)
  • October 1995: God Kept His Promise, Steeles (Written by Jeff Steele, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • November 1995: God Kept His Promise, Steeles (Written by Jeff Steele, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 1995: God Kept His Promise, Steeles (Written by Jeff Steele, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 1996: God Likes To Work, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Marcia Henry, Larry Petree, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • February 1996: I’m Not Giving Up, Gold City (Written by Squire Parsons, and released on the Benson/RiverSong label.)
  • March 1996: The Blood Is Still There, Kevin Spencer Family (Written by Gary Duty, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • April 1996: Oasis, New Hisons (Written by Ronny Hinson, Kenny Hinson, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • May 1996: Oasis, New Hisons (Written by Ronny Hinson, Kenny Hinson, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • June 1996: Oasis, New Hisons (Written by Ronny Hinson, Kenny Hinson, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • July 1996: Oasis, New Hisons (Written by Ronny Hinson, Kenny Hinson, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 1996: Anchor To The Power Of The Cross, Hoppers (Written by Shannon Childress, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • September 1996: Meanwhile In The Garden, Tony Gore & Majesty (Written by Tina Sadler, and released on the Promised Land label.)
  • October 1996: Meanwhile In The Garden, Tony Gore & Majesty (Written by Tina Sadler, and released on the Promised Land label.)
  • November 1996: I Got Up And Went, Steeles (Written by Jeff Steele, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 1996: Old Ship Of Zion, New Hinsons (Written by Conrad Cook, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 1997: Hello In Heaven, Freemans (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • February 1997: You Can’t Ask Too Much Of My God, Bishops (Written by Mark Bishop, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • March 1997: Yes I Know, Gaither Vocal Band (Written by Anna Waterman, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • April 1997: Yes I Know, Gaither Vocal Band (Written by Anna Waterman, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • May 1997: Yes I Know, Gaither Vocal Band (Written by Anna Waterman, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • June 1997: Yes I Know, Gaither Vocal Band (Written by Anna Waterman, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • July 1997: We Want America Back, Steeles (Written by Jeff Steele, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 1997: We Want America Back, Steeles (Written by Jeff Steele, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • September 1997: We Want America Back, Steeles (Written by Jeff Steele, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • October 1997: We Want America Back, Steeles (Written by Jeff Steele, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • November 1997: Right On Time, McKameys (Written by Charles Bosarge, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • December 1997: For God So Loved, Brian Free & Assurance (Written by Terry Franklin, Barbi Franklin, and released on the White Field label.)
  • January 1998: Not Even A Stone, Perrys (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • February 1998: Not Even A Stone, Perrys (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • March 1998: Angels In The Room, Ruppes (Written by Greg Day, Chuck Day, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • April 1998: Angels In The Room, Ruppes (Written by Greg Day, Chuck Day, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • May 1998: I Am Redeemed, Poet Voices (Written by Phil Cross, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • June 1998: I Am Redeemed, Poet Voices (Written by Phil Cross, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • July 1998: Please Forgive Me, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • August 1998: Please Forgive Me, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • September 1998: Please Forgive Me, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • October 1998: Please Forgive Me, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • November 1998: By Faith I Can Touch Him, Perrys (Written by Larry Petree, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 1998: By Faith I Can Touch Him, Perrys (Written by Larry Petree, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 1999: Resting Place, Wilburns (Written by Ricky Atkinson, and released on the MorningStar label.)
  • February 1999: In Time On Time Every Time, Gold City (Written by Belinda Smith, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • March 1999: Trail Of Tears, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Cross and Crown label.)
  • April 1999: Trail Of Tears, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Cross and Crown label.)
  • May 1999: He Made A Change, Cathedrals (Written by Joel Lindsey, Ernie Haase, and released on the Homeland label.)
  • June 1999: King Jesus, Won By One (Written by Maurice Delamont, and released on the Crossroads/Parable label.)
  • July 1999: My Name Is Lazarus, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 1999: My Name Is Lazarus, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • September 1999: My Name Is Lazarus, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • October 1999: The Lamb, The Lion And The King, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Cross and Crown label.)
  • November 1999: Roll That Burden On Me, McKameys (Written by Robert Deel, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • December 1999: Just One More Soul, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 2000: Just One More Soul, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • February 2000: I Sure Miss You, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Cross and Crown label.)
  • March 2000: He Said, Gold City (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • April 2000: He Said, Gold City (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • May 2000: Through The Fire, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • June 2000: Through The Fire, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • July 2000: Through The Fire, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • August 2000: Praise God, It’s Settled, I’m Saved, Perrys (Written by Larry Petree, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • September 2000: Searchin’, Talleys (Written by Suzanne Gaither-Jennings, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • October 2000: Searchin’, Talleys (Written by Suzanne Gaither-Jennings, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • November 2000: Searchin’, Talleys (Written by Suzanne Gaither-Jennings, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • December 2000: Four Days Late, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Roberta Wilburn, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • January 2001: Four Days Late, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Aaron Wilburn, Roberta Wilburn, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • February 2001: Yes I Am, Hoppers (Written by Phil Cross, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • March 2001: Yes I Am, Hoppers (Written by Phil Cross, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • April 2001: He’s Still Waiting By The Well, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • May 2001: The Next Cloud, Kingsmen (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • June 2001: Stand Still, Isaacs (Written by Sonya Isaacs, Rebecca Isaacs Bowman, David Marshall, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • July 2001: Is Anything Too Hard For God, Whisnants (Written by Marcia Henry, Niles Borop, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • August 2001: Is Anything Too Hard For God, Whisnants (Written by Marcia Henry, Niles Borop, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • September 2001: That’s Why I Love To Call His Name, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Rex Nelon, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • October 2001: That’s No Mountain, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • November 2001: I’ve Won, McKameys (Written by Sheryl Farris, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • December 2001: Thank God For The Preacher, Mike Bowling (Written by Gerald Crabb, Jason Crabb, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • January 2002: I’ll Not Turn My Back On Him Now, Inspirations (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • February 2002: I’ll Not Turn My Back On Him Now, Inspirations (Written by Sandy Knight, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • March 2002: The Reason That I’m Standing, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, C. Aaron Wilburn, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • April 2002: The Reason That I’m Standing, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, C. Aaron Wilburn, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • May 2002: He Calms Me, McKameys (Written by Barbara Huffman, Randall Hunley, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • June 2002: I Rest My Case At The Cross, Perrys (Written by Kyla Rowland, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • July 2002: The Call, Mike Bowling (Written by Milton Ostrander, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • August 2002: The Key, Poet Voices (Written by Phil Cross, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • September 2002: Don’t You Wanna Go, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • October 2002: The Healer, Talleys (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • November 2002: The Healer, Talleys (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • December 2002: Safe Thus Far, Hoskins Family (Written by Kyla Rowland, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 2003: Please Come Down To Me, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • February 2003: Please Come Down To Me, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • March 2003: The Answer Is Christ, Talleys (Written by Chris Binion, Tery Wilkins, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • April 2003: God Sits On High, Kingsmen (Carolina Boys) (Written by Rebecca Peck, David Jenkins, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • May 2003: God Sits On High, Kingsmen (Carolina Boys) (Written by Rebecca Peck, David Jenkins, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • June 2003: What You Took From Me, Whisnants (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • July 2003: The Walk, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 2003: I Take Him Back, Mike Bowling (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • September 2003: I Found Grace, Legacy Five (Written by Roger Bennett, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • October 2003: I Love The Lord, Talleys (Written by Richard Smallwood, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • November 2003: The Cross, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 2003: The Cross, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 2004: The Next Time That You See Me, Whisnants (Written by Leon Frasier, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • February 2004: The Promise, Martins (Written by Brian White, Don Poythress, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • March 2004: The Promise, Martins (Written by Brian White, Don Poythress, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • April 2004: Jesus Saves, Talleys (Written by Daryl Williams, Stephen Thomas Hill, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • May 2004: Jesus Saves, Talleys (Written by Daryl Williams, Stephen Thomas Hill, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • June 2004: Jesus Will Do What You Can’t, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • July 2004: I Wish I Could Have Been There, Perrys (Written by Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 2004: Knock, Knock, Knock, Palmetto State Quartet (Written by Tim Lovelace, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • September 2004: Jerusalem, Hoppers (Written by Paula Stefanovich, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • October 2004: Can I Pray For You, Mark Bishop (Written by Mark Bishop, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • November 2004: His Life For Mine, Talleys (Written by Rebecca Peck, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • December 2004: If It Had Not Been The Lord, McRaes (Written by Annie McRae, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 2005: He Came Looking For Me, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • February 2005: I Know I’m Going There, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • March 2005: God’s Bigger Than That, Whisnants (Written by Chris Binion, Scott Moody, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • April 2005: I Got Here As Fast As I Could, Mark Bishop (Written by Mark Bishop, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • May 2005: You’ll Never Run Out Of The Blood, Heirline (Written by Rick Hendrix, and released on the Eddie Crook Company label.)
  • June 2005: The Good News, McKameys (Written by Sheryl Farris, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • July 2005: As Long as I Got King Jesus, Brian Free & Assurance (Written by James Cleveland, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 2005: Forever Changed, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Marty Funderburk, John Lemonis, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • September 2005: Nail it to the Cross, Whisnants (Written by Marcia Henry, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • October 2005: The Shepherd’s Call, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • November 2005: The Shepherd’s Call, Crabb Family (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 2005: I am Home, McKameys (Written by Monty Milikin, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • January 2006: I am Home, McKameys (Written by Monty Milikin, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • February 2006: He Saw it All, Booth Brothers (Written by Daryl Mosley, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • March 2006: Do You Want to Be Forgiven, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • April 2006: In the Sky, Three Bridges (Written by Bob Carlisle (?), and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • May 2006: New Day Dawning, Whisnants (Written by Joel Lindsey, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • June 2006: The Debt, Talleys (Written by Wayne Haun, Sue C. Smith, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • July 2006: I’ve Come Too Far, Hoppers (Written by Nancy Harmon, and released on the Farm House label.)
  • August 2006: I Will Trust You Lord, McKameys (Written by Sheryl Farris, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • September 2006: Sky Full of Angels, TaRanda Greene (Written by Burton Collins, Clay Mills, Lisa Stewart, and released on the ACA label.)
  • October 2006: He Knows My Name, McRaes (Written by Chris Binion, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • November 2006: I Will Go On, Gaither Vocal Band (Written by William J. Gaither, Gloria Gaither, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • December 2006: Hold Me While I Cry, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • January 2007: Thank God for Grace, Whisnants (Written by Sandy Blythe, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • February 2007: Over and Over, Jeff & Sherri Easter (Written by Sue C. Smith, Belinda Smith, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • March 2007: He Chose Me, Freemans (Written by Rick Hendrix, Angie Hoskins, and released on the Goldenvine label.)
  • April 2007: I Have Not Forgotten, Inspirations (Written by Ricky Atkinson, Lance Carpenter, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • May 2007: John in the Jordan, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (Written by Rusty Golden, Jerry Salley, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • June 2007: I Feel a Little Song Coming On, Three Bridges (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • July 2007: I Can Pray, Dove Brothers (Written by Nathan Markee, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • August 2007: I Can Pray, Dove Brothers (Written by Nathan Markee, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • September 2007: A Greater Yes, Whisnants (Written by Marcia Henry, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • October 2007: Last Night, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Marcia Henry, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • November 2007: If You Only Knew, Inspirations (Written by James Craig Edwards, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • December 2007: We Have a Savior, Mike and Kelly Bowling (Written by Carroll McGruder, and released on the Big Ten label.)
  • January 2008: Get Away, Jordan, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (Written by Dorothy Love Coates, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • February 2008: I Choose, Ivan Parker (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • March 2008: I’m Just Waiting For My Ride, Hoppers (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • April 2008: Love is Like a River , Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (shared) (Written by Suzanne Gaither Jennings, Jeff Silvey, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • April 2008: Love is Like a River , Gaither Vocal Band (shared) (Written by Suzanne Gaither Jennings, Jeff Silvey, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • May 2008: The Broken Ones, Talleys (Written by Jerry Salley, J.B. Rudd, Vip Vipperman, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • June 2008: Hey, Karen Peck & New River (Written by John Darin Rowsey, Karen Peck Gooch, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • July 2008: What We Needed, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • August 2008: Your Cries Have Awoken the Master, Mike and Kelly Bowling (Written by Rebecca Isaacs Bowman, Sonya Isaacs, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • September 2008: Help is on the Way, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver (Written by Mike Reed, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • October 2008: Welcome to the Family, Booth Brothers (Written by Jim Brady, Barry Weeks, Tony Wood, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • November 2008: Whispered Prayers, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Jeff Steele, Earl Galloway, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 2008: That’s Enough, Talleys (Written by Dorothy Love Coates, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • January 2009: Reason Enough, Signature Sound (Written by Joel Lindsey, Wayne Haun, Ernie Haase, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • February 2009: When God Ran, Kingsmen (Written by Benny Hester, John Parenti, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • March 2009: A Miracle Today, Mike & Kelly Bowling (Written by Rebecca Isaacs Bowman, Sonya Isaacs, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • April 2009: What Salvation’s Done For Me, Booth Brothers (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, Rusty Golden, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • May 2009: I Want to Thank You, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Rusty Golden, Jerry Salley, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • June 2009: Life Goes On, Talleys (Written by Marty Funderburk, Gina Boe, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • July 2009: Notified, Mike & Kelly Bowling (Written by Ronnie Hinson, and released on the Canaan label.)
  • August 2009: Hide Me Sweet Rock of Ages, Janet Paschal (Written by Greg Coleman, and released on the Crossroads/Vine label.)
  • September 2009: The Old Landmark, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (Written by William Herbert Brewster, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • October 2009: Be Not Afraid, Whisnants (Written by Jeff Steele, Ricky Atkinson, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • November 2009: Between 12 and 33, McKameys (Written by Rusty Golden, Jerry Salley, Jim McBride, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • December 2009: If You Knew Him, Perrys (Written by Rodney Griffin, Joseph Habedank, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 2010: Walk on Water, Jason Crabb (Written by John Jarrard, T. Graham Brown, Gary Nicholson, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • February 2010: He Locked the Gates, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • March 2010: I’ll Pray For You, Whisnants (Written by Barbara Huffman, Marcia Henry, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • April 2010: Born to Climb, Jeff & Sheri Easter (Written by Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • May 2010: I Want My Stage To Be An Altar, Akins (Written by Nick Akin, and released on the Crossroads label.)
  • June 2010: I Keep Praying, McKameys (Written by Sheryl Farris, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • July 2010: Did I Mention, Perrys (Written by Kyla Rowland, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 2010: Hold On, Dove Brothers (Written by McCray Dove, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • September 2010: Message of the Cross, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, Sonya Browder, and released on the Browders label.)
  • October 2010: God Saw a Cross, Kingsmen (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • November 2010: King Jesus is Coming, Whisnants (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, Chris Binion, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • December 2010: Shepherd’s Point of View, McKameys (Written by Sandy Blythe, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • January 2011: Never Been, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • February 2011: When There’s No Hope (There is Grace), Dunaways (Written by Rick Hendrix, and released on the Rick Hendrix Company label.)
  • March 2011: I Thirst, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (Written by Beverly Lowry, and released on the EMI / Spring House label.)
  • April 2011: Land of No Goodbyes, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, David Browder, and released on the Browders label.)
  • May 2011: Never Walk Alone, Brian Free & Assurance (Written by J.P. Williams, Jeremy Johnson, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • June 2011: Love Came Calling, Triumphant Quartet (Written by Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey, and released on the Mansion label.)
  • July 2011: Celebrate Me Home, Perrys (Written by Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 2011: Above and Beyond, McKameys (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • September 2011: May I Never Get Over the Cross, Eighth Day (Written by Monty Allen, Robert James Arthur, and released on the Eighth Day label.)
  • October 2011: Greatly Blessed, Highly Favored, Gaither Vocal Band (Written by William J. Gaither, Larry Gatlin, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • November 2011: Saved By Grace, Triumphant Quartet (Written by Carroll McGruder, and released on the Mansion label.)
  • December 2011: On the Banks of the Promised Land, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Sue C. Smith, David Moffit, Jason Dyba, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 2012: He’s Everything I Need, Kingsmen (Written by Joseph Habedank, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • February 2012: Blue Skies Coming, Perrys (Written by Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • March 2012: Peter, James and John, Gold City (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the New Haven label.)
  • April 2012: Tell Me Why, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • May 2012: I’m Listening for the Call, Mark Bishop (Written by Mark Bishop, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • June 2012: Almost Home, Triumphant Quartet (Written by Scotty Inman, and released on the Mansion label.)
  • July 2012: Mighty Big God, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Jimmy Yeary, Sonya Isaacs Yeary, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 2012: I Want To Know, Mark Trammell Quartet (Written by James Wetherington, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • September 2012: I’ll Trust The Potter’s Hand, Whisnants (Written by Sandy Blythe, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • October 2012: I Know A Man Who Can, Greater Vision (Written by Jack Campbell, Jimmie Davis, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • November 2012: Masterpiece of Mercy, Booth Brothers (Written by Jim Brady, Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 2012: Battle Stand, Old Paths (Written by Rodney Birch, and released on the Crossroads label.)
  • January 2013: Unspoken Request, McKameys (Written by Steve Chapman, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • February 2013: I Want To Be That Man, Brian Free & Assurance (Written by Lee Black, Ricky Free, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • March 2013: All Is Well, Whisnants (Written by Melissa Brady, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • April 2013: Just Preach Jesus, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • May 2013: I Got A Hold of God This Morning, Perrys (Written by Kyla Rowland, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • June 2013: God’s Great, Old Paths (Written by Rodney Birch, and released on the Crossroads label.)
  • July 2013: Praise You In This Valley, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, and released on the Dream Big label.)
  • August 2013: Good News From Jerusalem, Tribute Quartet (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, Jerry Salley, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • September 2013: Calvary’s Cry, Brian Free & Assurance (Written by Jason Cox, Sue C. Smith, Kenna Turner West, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • October 2013: Just Beyond The Sunset, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • November 2013: Looking For The Grace, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 2013: He Is Alive, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 2014: Revival, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Kenna Turner West, Karen Peck Gooch, Don Poythress, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • February 2014: Up Above, Talleys (Written by Rebecca Peck, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • March 2014: Preacher, Tell It Like It Is, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • April 2014: The Borrowed Tomb, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, Rebecca Peck, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • May 2014: Lift Up His Name, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • June 2014: Finish Well, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Kenna Turner West, Karen Peck Gooch, Don Poythress, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • July 2014: Long Live The King, Old Paths (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, Chris Binion, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • August 2014: That’s Why, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (Written by Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey, Ernie Haase, and released on the Gaither Music Group label.)
  • September 2014: For All He’s Done, Greater Vision (Written by Chris Allman, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • October 2014: I’ll Know I’m Home, Kingdom Heirs (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, Jeff Crews, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • November 2014: Listening for the Shout, Browders (Written by Tommy Browder, Matthew Browder, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 2014: I Know Enough, Bowling Family (Written by Marcia Henry, Belinda Smith, and released on the RiverHill label.)
  • January 2015: Love Them To Jesus, Old Paths (Written by Rodney Birch, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • February 2015: Oh Yes I Am, Kingsmen (Written by Regina Walden, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • March 2015: Christ Is Still The King, Legacy Five (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, Rebecca Peck, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • April 2015: He Took The Nails, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • May 2015: He Took The Nails, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • June 2015: That’s What I Miss The Most, Bowling Family (Written by Chip Davis, Jimmy Yeary, and released on the River Hill Music label.)
  • July 2015: Pure Satisfaction, McKameys (Written by Sheryl Farris, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • August 2015: Battle Cry, Kingsmen (Written by Lee Black, Sue C. Smith, Joel Lindsey, and released on the Crossroads/Horizon label.)
  • September 2015: Put Out The Fire, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • October 2015: Pray Now, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Dave Clark, Michael Farren, Karen Peck Gooch, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • November 2015: Time Machine, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • December 2015: Shout, Williamsons (Written by Lee Black, Gina Boe, and released on the Family Music Group label.)
  • January 2016: Jesus is In The House, 11th Hour (Written by Karen Gillespie, Rachel McCutcheon, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • February 2016: One Glorious Moment of Faith, Bowling Family (Written by Kyla Rowland, Jessica Austin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • March 2016: Jesus Changed Everything, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (Written by Ernie Haase, Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey, and released on the Stow Town label.)
  • April 2016: Waiting for You to Get Home, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, Phil Cross, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • May 2016: You Asked Him to Leave, Wilburn & Wilburn (Written by Gerald Crabb, Dennis Morgan, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • June 2016: Mountain Moving Faith, 11th Hour (Written by Tery Wilkins, Rachel McCutcheon, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • July 2016: Amazing God, Triumphant Quartet (Written by Sue C. Smith, Lee Black, Janice L. Crow, and released on the Stow Town label.)
  • August 2016: Jesus, The One, Hoppers (Written by Paula Stefanovich, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • September 2016: Small Town Someone, Jeff & Sheri Easter (Written by Sheri Easter, Kenna Turner West, and released on the EMI / Spring Hill label.)
  • October 2016: Home, Jason Crabb (Written by Gerald Crabb, and released on the Provident label.)
  • November 2016: Can You Burn, 11th Hour (Written by Dianne Wilkinson, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • December 2016: New Song, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 2017: Calling, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Karen Peck Gooch, Gerald Crabb, Jason Cox, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • February 2017: It’s What He’s Done, Wilburn & Wilburn (Written by Gerald Crabb, Jimmy Yeary, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • March 2017: Mourning Into Dancing, Bowling Family (Written by Sue C. Smith, Gina Vera, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • April 2017: Never Forsaken, Tribute Quartet (Written by Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • May 2017: He Welcomes The Beggar, 11th Hour (Written by Amber Eppinette, Kenna West, Jason Cox, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • June 2017: Never WIll I Ever Again, Greater Vision (Written by Regina Walden, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • July 2017: I Choose Christ, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Gerald Crabb, Jason Cox, Sue C. Smith, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 2017: Let the Hallelujahs Ring, Hyssongs (Written by Kenna West, Lee Black, and released on the Independent label.)
  • September 2017: Put It Into God’s Hands, Browders (Written by Matthew Browder, and released on the Independent label.)
  • October 2017: Chain Breaker, Triumphant Quartet (Written by Jonathan Smith, Mia Fieldes, Zach Williams, and released on the Stow Town label.)
  • November 2017: Chain Breaker, Triumphant Quartet (Written by Jonathan Smith, Mia Fieldes, Zach Williams, and released on the Stow Town label.)
  • December 2017: God Of the Storms, Tribute Quartet (Written by Gerald Crabb, Savanah Foust, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • January 2018: Still, Greater Vision (Written by Rodney Griffin, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • February 2018: I Tell Them Jesus, Hyssongs (Written by Shane Roark, and released on the Independent label.)
  • March 2018: Present in the Presence of the King, Guardians (Written by John Darin Rowsey, Wayne Haun, and released on the Stow Town label.)
  • April 2018: Thankful, So Thankful, Triumphant Quartet (Written by Scott Inman, Lee Black, and released on the Stow Town label.)
  • May 2018: Doin’ What’s Right, 11th Hour (Written by Lee Black, Devin McGlamery, Nathan Woodard, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)
  • June 2018: He’s Never Moved, Whisnants (Written by Joseph Habedank, Devin McGlamery, Wendy Ferguson, and released on the United Independent Artists label.)
  • July 2018: God Doesn’t Care, Greater Vision (Written by Chris Allman, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • August 2018: Clear Skies, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound (Written by Ernie Haase, Joel Lindsey, Wayne Haun , and released on the Stow Town label.)
  • September 2018: Gotta Be Saved, Karen Peck & New River (Written by Karen Peck Gooch, Joseph Habedank, Wayne Haun, and released on the Daywind label.)
  • October 2018: Woke Up This Morning, Guardians (Written by John Darin Rowsey, and released on the Stow Town label.)
  • November 2018: Sun’s Gonna Come Up, LeFevre Quartet (Written by Lee Black, Scott Inman, and released on the New Day label.)
  • December 2018: Beat Up Bible, Down East Boys (Written by Cary Barlowe, Hillary Lindsey, Shane Stevens, and released on the Crossroads/Sonlite label.)