10 Best Christian Of Musical Genres (2023 Guide)

If you’re a Christian music lover, you’re in luck! Here are 10 of the best Christian musical genres to enjoy in 2023.

“The Bible”

The Bible is a great book. It has a lot of history and is full of interesting stories. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning more about the Bible or just wants to read an interesting book.


“The Jesus Storybook Bible”

The Jesus Storybook Bible is one of the most popular and best-selling children’s Bibles on the market. It is written by Sally Lloyd-Jones and illustrated by Jago. The Jesus Storybook Bible tells the stories of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation in a way that is accessible and engaging for young children.

The book is divided into four sections: Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms and Proverbs, and Wisdom Literature. Each section begins with a short introduction that helps set the stage for the stories that follow. The illustrations are colorful and expressive, and they really bring the stories to life.

The stories themselves are told in a simple, yet beautiful way. They are designed to capture the imagination of young children and help them understand the deeper meaning of the Bible stories. The Jesus Storybook Bible has won numerous awards, including the ECPA Gold Medallion Award and the CBA Retailers Choice Award. It has been translated into over 20 languages and has sold millions of copies worldwide.

If you are looking for a children’s Bible that will capture your child’s imagination and help them understand the deeper meaning of the Bible stories, then the Jesus Storybook Bible is a great choice.


“NIV, The Story of Redemption Bible, Hardcover”

The NIV, The Story of Redemption Bible, Hardcover is one of the most popular Bibles on the market today. It has been praised by Christians of all denominations for its clear and concise text, easy-to-understand language, and helpful study features. The hardcover edition is also one of the most affordable Bibles you can buy, making it a great choice for anyone on a budget.

The NIV, The Story of Redemption Bible, Hardcover is a great choice for both personal and group study. The text is easy to read and understand, making it perfect for individual study. The study features are also helpful for group Bible studies or Sunday school classes. The hardcover edition is also a great value, making it an excellent choice for anyone on a budget.


“The Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here For”

The Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here For is a self-help book written by Rick Warren and published in 2002. The book offers readers a 40-day spiritual journey to finding the answer to the question posed in the title.

The book has been a commercial success, selling over 30 million copies and becoming the best-selling hardcover nonfiction book in history. It has been translated into over 50 languages and remains one of the most popular books in the world.

Critics have praised The Purpose Driven Life for its simple and straightforward approach to spirituality. However, some have criticized it for being too simplistic and for its focus on individual achievement.


“Wild At Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul”

“Wild At Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul” is an excellent book for any man who wants to understand himself and his place in the world. The author, John Eldredge, takes the reader on a journey through the lives of various men in history, both famous and obscure, to show how each one followed his own heart and found greatness. While the book is aimed at Christian men, it is applicable to any man who is searching for his identity and purpose. The stories are inspiring and the insights are deeply thought-provoking. This is a book that every man should read.


“The Man God Uses: How God Shapes Those Who Shape the World”

If you want to understand how God shapes those who shape the world, read The Man God Uses. In this book, Dr. Oswald Chambers reveals how God took a man with no formal education and used him mightily for His glory.

Chambers was born in Scotland in 1874 and raised in a Christian home. He surrendered his life to Christ at the age of 17 and felt called to preach. He studied at the Scottish Bible College and then pastored several churches in England. In 1910, he moved to America to serve as chaplain at the famous Pentecostal revival meetings led by evangelist R.A. Torrey.

Chambers was an unconventional preacher with a passion for lost souls. His messages were direct and challenging, and many people were saved as a result of his preaching. He also had a heart for training men and women for ministry, and he founded a Bible training school in New York called the Oswald Chambers Biblical Institute (now known as Nyack College).

The Man God Uses is a collection of Chambers’ lectures on 2 Timothy 2:2, “And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.” In these lectures, Chambers lays out a blueprint for how God shapes those whom He will use for His purposes.

Chambers begins by saying that every Christian is called to be a witness for Christ, regardless of their gifts or talents. We are all to share the gospel with those around us, and we never know when our testimony will lead someone to Christ.

Next, Chambers talks about the importance of being a faithful steward of what God has entrusted to us. We are to use our time, talents, and resources wisely, for the glory of God. We must also be careful to not get caught up in the things of this world and lose our focus on eternity.

Finally, Chambers challenges us to be willing to suffer for the cause of Christ. When we are persecuted or face trials, we must remember that we are not alone; Jesus suffered for us, and He is with us always. We can trust Him to give us strength when we are weak.

The Man God Uses is a powerful book that will challenge you to examine your own life and see how you can be used by God to impact the world around you for His glory.


“The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts”

When it comes to lasting love, nothing is more important than communicating effectively with your partner. And that’s where The 5 Love Languages comes in.

Dr. Gary Chapman has identified five ways that people communicate and receive love. By understanding and speaking your partner’s love language, you can express your love in a way that will be truly meaningful to them.

The 5 Love Languages is an incredibly useful book that can help you improve your relationship, whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been together for years. If you’re looking for a way to make your relationship stronger, this is a great place to start.


“The Gift of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed To Be and Embrace Who You Are”

It’s no secret that our culture is obsessed with perfection. We’re constantly bombarded with images of perfect bodies, perfect homes, perfect families, and perfect lives. It’s no wonder that so many of us feel like we can never measure up.

In her book, The Gift of Imperfection, Brene Brown offers a refreshing perspective on what it means to be imperfect. She encourages us to embrace our imperfections and to focus on living a life that is authentic and fulfilling.

The book is divided into two parts. In the first part, Brown explores our need for perfection and why it is so damaging. She shares her own struggles with perfectionism and how it has held her back in life. She also highlights the stories of others who have been affected by perfectionism.

In the second part of the book, Brown offers 10 guideposts for living a wholehearted life. These guideposts include things like cultivating self-compassion, practicing gratitude, and setting boundaries.

Overall, I found The Gift of Imperfection to be an eye-opening and liberating read. Brown’s writing is candid, compassionate, and relatable. If you’re struggling with perfectionism, I highly recommend this book.


“The Life Giving Home: Creating a Place of Belonging and Becoming”

The Life Giving Home: Creating a Place of Belonging and Becoming is a book written by Sally and Joanne Miller that was published in 2012. The book is subtitled, “An Invitation to Create a Family Culture Shaped by God’s Heart.” The book has fifteen chapters divided into three sections. The first section is titled, “The Life-Giving Home,” the second section is titled, “The Five Essential Elements of a Life-Giving Home,” and the third section is titled, “Creating a Family Culture.”

Sally and Joanne are sisters who are also mother and daughter-in-law. They have a combined total of eleven children. They wrote this book to share what they have learned about creating a life-giving home.

The first section, “The Life-Giving Home,” begins with an introduction that sets the stage for the rest of the book. The authors explain that they wrote the book because they want to help families create a life-giving home. They define a life-giving home as “a place where love never fails, where laughter echoes through the hallways, and where every member feels belonging and acceptance” (p. 9).

The authors explain that the heart of a life-giving home is Jesus Christ. When we invite Jesus into our homes, He brings with Him life, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control (p. 10).

The second section of the book, “The Five Essential Elements of a Life-Giving Home,” outlines what the authors believe are the five essential elements of a life-giving home. These five elements are:

1) A mom and dad who love each other
2) A mom and dad who love their children
3) A mom and dad who love God
4) A mom and dad who are committed to their marriage
5) A mom and dad who are committed to their children

The authors explain that these five elements are essential because they provide the foundation for everything else in the life-giving home (p. 25).

The third section of the book, “Creating a Family Culture,” provides practical advice for creating a life-giving home. The authors explain that culture is created by our words, our actions, and our traditions (p. 33).

Some of the topics covered in this section include:

• Speaking life into our children
• Practicing hospitality
• Honoring our parents
• Serving others
• Celebrating birthdays and holidays
• Making memories
• Enjoying everyday moments
• And much more!

The Life Giving Home: Creating a Place of Belonging and Becoming is an excellent resource for families who want to create a life-giving home. The book is full of practical advice and wisdom that will help families build a strong foundation for their home.


“The Best Yes: Making Wise Decisions in the Midst of Endless Demands”

The Best Yes: Making Wise Decisions in the Midst of Endless Demands is a book that will equip you with the tools you need to make wise decisions, even when it feels like there are an endless number of demands being placed on your time and energy. Lysa TerKeurst walks readers through her own journey of learning how to say “no” to good things, so she can say “yes” to the best things, and helps them understand how to set healthy boundaries in every area of their lives. This book is perfect for anyone who struggles with making decisions or feels pulled in too many directions.