Top 10 Christian Mother's Day Songs
Why do we love our moms so much? Is that even a question? No. The real question is what is there not to love about our moms? The list should be empty. Why? Because if it weren’t for our moms, we wouldn’t be here.
They were hand-picked by God to be the vessels that brought us to life! It’s truly amazing when you stop and think about it.
Most likely, they managed long labors to bring us Earthside, not to mention the nine long months they carried us in their body while we did nothing but cause them sickness, aches and pains they didn’t even know they could experience, and made them stretch all over in ways they never imagined.
Being one of God’s greatest gifts to them, they still wanted us despite everything they had to endure, and that is admirable.
Songs for Mom
With all of this being said, it’s no wonder why so many artists write songs dedicated to their mothers or about the joys of motherhood.
Moms are a great place to find inspiration to write beautiful music, and they deserve to have many songs written about them and what they do!
So on this upcoming mom holiday, why not play Christian Mother’s Day songs for your mom to touch her heart?
Here is a list of the top 10 Christian Mother’s Day songs:
#1. Emily Laudeman - “This Amazing Love”
This beautiful song starts out with Emily singing about how God couldn’t have put her into a better mother’s arms to grow up, and goes on to sing about the amazing love given to her by her own mother and by God.
#2. Plumb - “In My Arms”
A song sang from mother to child; a vow to protect and care for their child through the toughest of times, and that they will be kept safe no matter what. This is a real tear-jerker to play for your mom as she will likely have memories of the beginning of motherhood flash before her eyes.
#3. Jim Brickman - “A Mother’s Love”
Sang from son to mother, but can be equally powerful from a daughter. It's a song about how thankful the writer is for everything their mother has done to prepare them for life, a song about one of the greatest gifts that life has to offer, a mother’s love.
#4. Mark Harris - “Find Your Wings”
Mark Harris' “Find Your Wings” is all about a mother’s emotions while thinking about the big day when their child will venture out on their own, and praying that the child will acquire what they need to survive both through faith in God and from mom.
#5. Mark Schultz - “Everything to Me”
This is a very powerful song about a woman choosing life over abortion, and giving the baby up at birth to a family that could give it the best possible life. It’s a song about a selfless decision, that in the end, was the right choice, and the child, now an adult, is thankful to his birth mother for making her choice.
#6. Stacey Noll - “Call Her Blessed”
The story of a wonderful mother blessed with the life of a child, who was raised to love Jesus.
#7. A.B. Patten - “Faith of our Mothers”
A.B. Patten's “Faith of our Mothers” is a hymn about mothers raising children of God whilst keeping faith and using their faith to guide them in the journey through motherhood.
#8. Steven Curtis Chapman - “One Heartbeat at a Time”
This one is rather a song of encouragement for mother’s who just cannot get everything done in a day, but what they can’t see in the short term is the hard work they are really doing, creating a little human who will be the future.
#9. Carrie Underwood - “Don’t Forget to Remember Me”
A very touching song from the perspective of an 18 year old who is leaving the nest and all of the overwhelming emotions that take over when a young adult spreads their wings.
#10. Billy Gilman - “When You Come Home”
Through the eyes of a son, a song about a mother’s undying love, and a door that is always open to him, no matter how far apart or how old they grow.
Happy Mother's Day!
Playing a Christian Mother’s Day song is a great way to make memories and will surely melt her heart as you have likely been doing your entire life.
Don’t be afraid to sing it to her, either! She has probably sang to you many times in your life, and returning this gesture would be music to her ears.