Setlist May 22

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Before we get into the setlist, let’s play a game …

I kept coming across songs in the list this week that, through some solid investigatory journalism and good solid common sense, I deduced were songs in French. With some inside knowledge that Paul Baloche has toured a bit in Francophone Canada, even recording a CD in French (check it out here), I made the assumption that this setlist was submitted by a Canadian. (If I am wrong about that, please call me out in the comment section.)

For now, I thought it would be fun to see if our readers could guess the names of the songs based on the French title and the songwriter. So, below are the songs. After you have made your guesses, scroll down to see the English translations. See how many you get, and post your score in the comments. And yes, I did most of the translations myself. Investigatory journalism is so easy these days with Google as a partner. Oh plus the setlists from this week are further down, as well. Please submit your setlist from this past worship service in the form below. 

-Jeremy Armstrong

French Set List:
1. Louez Adonai by Paul Baloche in Am
2. Louez le Roi by Billy Funk in G
3. Nous Nous Tenons by Pierre-Nicolas de Katow in Em
4. Toi seul O Jesus by Pierre-Nicolas de Katow in C#m
5. Ton Nom by Paul Baloche/Glenn Packiam in Bb
6. Voici le Jour by Lincoln Brewster & Paul Baloche in D

Worship Leader - Setlists

  • Please list the songs you used in your most recent weekend worship service. (Song title first, then songwriter, one per line)
  • If you want to share your setlist as an example, please input it here (song order, selected readings, videos and multimedia elements, liturgical elements, etc).

French Setlist:
In my best estimation, english translations to French setlist:
1. Louez Adonai (Praise Adonai)
2. Louez le Roi (Praise the King)
3. Nous Nous Tenons (We Stand) 
*not so sure about the exact translation of this one. French help welcomed. Here is the artist’s page. 
4. Toi seul O Jesus (You Alone O Jesus)
5. Ton Nom (Your Name)
6. Voici le jour (This Is the Day)


Setlist 5/22:

Top song:
“Blessed Be Your Name,” the Redmans 

Tie for second place:
“Happy Day,” Hughes
“Revelation Song,” Riddle

*Songs I’m surprised we don’t see more often here but were there this time:
At Your Name (Yahweh Yahweh) – Phil Wickham/Tim Hughes
Everlasting Life, David M. Edwards/Regi Stone
Glory To God Forever, Beeching/Fee
God You Reign, Lincoln Brewster
I’m Not Ashamed, Walker
No Not One, Christy Nockels
Oh Our Lord, Baloche, Jordan, Leonard
Kingdom Come, Elevation Worship

Third Place? All of the below:
All Because of Jesus – Fee
Amazed -Anderson
Create In Me A Clean Heart, Brown Bannister
Forever Reign- Hillsong
From The Inside Out, Joel Houston
Grace Flows Down, David E. Bell, Louie Giglio, Ron Padgett
How Deep the Father’s Love For Us – Stuart Townend / Keith Getty
How Great Is Our God, Ed Cash, Jesse Reeves, and Chris Tomlin
How He Loves, McMillan
I Love You Lord, Laurie Klein
Jesus, Name Above All Names, Naida Hearn
Majesty – Delerious
One Thing Remains, Johnson/ Black/ Riddle
Open Our Eyes, Lord, Bob Cull
The Earth Is Yours – Gungor
The Heart Of Worship, Matt Redman
When the Stars Burn Down – Jonathan Lee/Jennie Riddle
White Flag – Chris Tomlin


Where do you find songs to bring into your worship services?

I find it everywhere … On the radio, CDs handed to me by church member, wondering around, and of course, the Song DISCovery resources from Worship Leader. The list goes on. and other websites, radio

Hear on radio, youtube, seminars, etc

Purchase thru PraiseCharts mostly. Some direct from songwriter, etc


The Message on XM/Sirius Satellite Radio

Recommendations from friends and other worship leaders

Facebook posts



By downloading hundreds of songs from Zune each week, and by checking out some sites to find out what other people are doing including Worship Leader magazine.  Mainly though, listening to music myself until something catches my ear and sometimes my spirit.

New Wine conferences

This site!

Listening to cds

Christian Radio

Song Discovery

Song Select

Christian Radio

Song Discovery

Song Select







1. Keeping an ear for songs that can be congregational worship songs while listening to Christian radio

2. Watch replay services from other churches to hear what they are singing 

3. A lot of sampling on iTunes (best sellers by known or on the rise worship leaders)

 4. Suggestions from church members, music department members and other worship leaders

Worship Leader Magazine Resources

Sirius Radio The Message

Song Discovery, WL mag reviews and YLO Cd subscription

Web browsing and team input



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