Billboard Top Christian Songs – April 7 2012
Building 429 scores a fifth week atop Billboard’s Top Christian Songs with
Where I Belong, just as MercyMe scores yet another Top 10 hit, this time with the carrier single to and the title track of its latest album, The Hurt and the Healer, which skip 12 to 10 this week. A side comment that I found very interesting: last week’s #9 song, Big Daddy Weave’s Love Come to Life, suddenly disappeared from the Top 50 (at least according to Billboard’s online Christian Songs chart. Odd.
Top debut honors go to
Matt Redman’s , new at #25, while 10,000 Reasons Moriah Peters’ scores the biggest jump of the week 39-23. I Choose Jesus
Building 429 Where I Belong
Jeremy Camp Overcome
Newworldson Learning To Be The Light
Aaron Shust My Hope Is In You
Phillips Craig and Dean When The Stars Burn Down
Laura Story What A Savior
Newsboys God’s Not Dead (Like A Lion
MercyMe The Hurt and the Healer
Britt Nicole All This Time
Tenth Avenue North Strong Enough to Save
25. (new) Matt Redman 10,000 Reasons
23. (39) Group 1 Crew featuring Chris August He Said VIDEO
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