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Youth Worship Songs: 23 Praise Titles Teens Will Love to Sing

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Need some ideas for youth worship songs? Then keep reading! For many teens, music is almost a second language. Youth ministers can capitalize on kids’ love for music by incorporating praise songs into many events. These include youth meetings, Bible studies, teen worship services, camps, retreats, and more.

A wide range of youth worship songs are available. So choose the style that best fits your teens’ preferences. But always select songs that are biblical and easy to follow. Many youth worship songs quote Scripture directly. And that’s a great way to learn God’s Word!

Encourage young people to share their God-given talents by singing or playing instruments. And don’t worry if not everyone sings along. Music and lyrics can have powerful impacts on hearts and lives regardless of participation levels.

When using youth worship songs in classes or services, make sure you have permission and give proper credit. Buy any sheet music your youth band members need. Showing lyrics on a big screen is a great way to boost involvement.

So strike up the band and review these youth worship songs. No matter which titles you choose, God will use the music to reach young hearts. He also might use these praise songs to introduce kids to new Christian artists!

23 Youth Worship Songs for Your Group

1. 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord), Matt Redman

2. You Hold Me, Liberty University Campus Band

3. Oceans (Where Feet May Fall), Hillsong United

4. You Are, David Crowder

5. Graves Into Gardens, Elevation Worship (featuring Brandon Lake)

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Stephanie Martin, a freelance writer and editor in Denver, has spent her entire 30-year journalism career in Christian publishing. She loves the Word and words, is a binge reader and grammar nut, and is fanatic (as her family can attest) about Jeopardy! and pro football.