This past decade has been one of the best decades for the Christian music industry. A lot of Christian music got mainstream attention and it is like the artists have grown tremendously well. Now, Yada is happy to present our top 100 albums of the decade. The albums are in alphabetical order.

PS: If you don’t have any of these albums, GET THEM. Good thing they are on iTunes.


116 Clique- 13 Letters

21:03- Total Attention


Addison Road- Stories

Ambassador- The Chop Chop

Anthony Evans- Undisguised

Applejaxx- Back to the Future

Audrey Assad- The House You are building

Avalon- Stand

Ayiesha Woods- Love like This


Barlow Girl- Another Journal Entry

Brandon Heath- What if we

Brian Littrell- Welcome Home

Britt Nicole- The Lost Get Found

Brooke Fraser- Albertine


Canton Jones- Kingdom Business

Casting Crowns- Lifesong

Cece Winans- Throne Room

Charmaine- Love Reality

Chris Rice- Amusing

Chris Sligh- The Anatomy of Broken

Chris Tomlin- Arriving

Cross Movement- Holy Culture


Da Truth- The Big Picture

David Crowder Band- How He loves

DC Talk- Intermission

Deas Vail- Birds and Cages

Deitrick Haddon- Revealed

DJ Maj- Boggiroot

Don Moen- Thank You Lord

Donnie McClurkin- Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs


Eowyn- Silent Screams


Flame- Our World Redeemed

Flyleaf – Memento Mori

Francesca Battistelli- My Paper Heart

Fred Hammond- Purpose by Design


Grits- The Art of Translation

Group 1 Crew- Ordinary Dreamers


Hillsong- Faith+Hope+Love

Hillsong Live- Mighty to Save


Israel Houghton- Love God, Love People

Israel Houghton- The Power of One

Ivoryline- Vessels


J Moss- Just James

Jars of Clay- The Long fall back to earth

Jeremy Camp- Beyond Measure

Jeremy Camp- Restored

John Reuben- Are We There yet

Johnny Diaz- More Beautiful You

Julian Drive- My Coming Day


K’ore- Eledumare

Kari Jobe- Kari Jobe

Kierra Kiki Sherad- I Owe You

Kirk Franklin- Hero

Kirk Franklin- The Fight of my Life

KJ- 52- It is pronounced five two

Kutless- Kutless


Lara George- Lara George

Lecrae- Rebel


Mandisa- Freedom

Mark Schultz- Sons of the Father

Mary Mary- Thankful

Mary Mary- The Sound

Max Lucado- He Chose the Nails

Melissa Greene- Next Step

MercyMe- Almost There

Micah Stampley- Release Me

Micheal Smith- A New Hallelujah

Midnight Crew- Igwe


Natalie Grant- Love Revolution

Newsboys- Born again

Nikki Laoye- Angel for Life


Out of Eden- Hymns

Out of Eden- This is your life


Point of Grace- How You Live


Red- Innocent and Instinct

Relient K. Forget & Not Slow Down

Rhema Soul- Fingerprints

Rooftop MCs- ShockTherapy: The first second impression

Runaway City- Armored Heart


Sho Baraka- Lions and Liars

Skillet – Collide

Souljahz- The Fault is History

Stacie Orrico- Stacie Orrico

Stellar Kart- We can’t stand sitting down

Superchick- Beauty from Pain


T Bone- Last Street Preacha

Tait- Lose this life

Tedashii- Identity Crisis

Tenth Avenue North- Over and Underneath

The Washington Projects- Commanders of the Resistance

Third day- Move

Threadstone- Miracle for a Lost City

Tobymac- Portable Sounds

tobyMac- Welcome to Diverse City

Tolumide- My Love

Trip Lee- Between two worlds

TY Bello- Greenland

Tye Tribbett- Stand Out


Victory- Son of a King


Women of Faith- New Day


  1. I’m glad GRITS and Cross Movement made it on the list. I thought of them as the underdogs in Christian Hip-Hop and Christian Music in general. But Still, Lecrae’s Rehab should have made the list. Too bad JSon isn’t on the list.

  2. Yeah, what happened to switchfoot, especially the Hello Hurricane album. And please why isn’t Jesus Culture and Micheal W. Smith’s Worship and Worship Again on this list? Great Compilation. These albums are great ( I have listened to most if not all of them). Good job guys.

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