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Fall 2017 Worship Playlist

Posted in danielle, Faith, music
on September 16, 2017

Fall Worship Playlist | The Pineapple Porch

 

Who doesn’t love a good worship playlist? You may have heard some of these songs before or they may be brand new to you, but either way, my prayer is that these words will fall afresh on your heart as you sing them to Your Savior. Playlists like this provide a great outlet for thanks when I am having a good day, and on the bad days, they give me a good heart-check when my attitude may be off.

 

I love to play worship music softly in my time with the Lord in the mornings, but I also love blasting it out as I do everyday tasks like cooking dinner, driving or cleaning the house – it turns the mundane into the sacred as our minds turn from the things of today into the things that are above (Colossians 3:2). 

 

Check out our playlist on Spotify by clicking here! We hope you enjoy it!

 

What are your favorite worship songs at the moment? Leave a comment below so maybe we can include it in our next playlist!

 

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TFP Summer Tunes Playlist

Posted in Lifestyle, music, summer
on July 20, 2016

We all love some good, upbeat music, but there is just something about summertime that makes our favorite sunny season tunes that much sweeter. In the spirit of all things fun, summery and carefree, our TFP writers weighed in on what they’ve been jamming to in their cars (and #letsbehonest… probably singing into their hairbrushes while running late for work) throughout these more-than-warm July days, and they’re too good to keep to ourselves. Whether you need the perfect playlist to wake you up on your morning run, or you’re looking for some toe-tappin’ tunes for your next cookout, these tracks are sure to give you that taking-the-backroads-to-the-beach-with-the-windows-down kinda feeling no matter where you are. So fire up Spotify, and follow TFP’s Summer Tunes playlist!

What are you listening to this summer? Share those good grooves with us by letting us know your favorite songs in the comment section below!

TFP’s Top 4: Worship Edition

Posted in danielle, music, Tuesday's Top 4
on October 30, 2015


There is nothing like God’s presence. It transforms in a way nothing else can. I believe God uses music as an instrument to teach us, sharpen our theology, encourage us, and draw us nearer to Him. Essentially, the purpose of music is to praise our Creator. However, Satan takes everything God intends for good and counterfeits it into his own agenda for evil. It is so important to be aware of this and to be intentional in filling our minds with the things of the Lord including the music that we listen to.
If you’re like me, you have a revolving playlist of “favorites” that changes daily, so expect the TFP Top 4: Worship Edition to be an ongoing series. I want to use this space to venture out past the obvious worship go-to’s like Hillsong & Passion (both amazing, of course) and instead focus on introducing newer artists, latest albums or revisiting some oldies but goodies you may have forgotten about. Enjoy!



Ellie is a personal favorite of mine because she saturates her lyrics with Scripture. A mix of feel-good melodies, heart-stirring prayers and ever-present encouragement, this is an absolutely beautiful collection of songs, perfect for an anytime pick-me-up and refreshing to the soul.

This album is brand new, released just last week. Shane & Shane have become famous for their heartfelt lyrics and tight harmonies, and this album is no different. However, I particularly love this collection of songs because it comes straight from Psalms — at times the songs are verbatim. My husband says, “Psalms is essentially a hymnal inserted right in the center of God’s Word.” By singing these choruses, you are memorizing Scripture and engraving verses onto your heart and there really is nothing quite like singing Scripture.


This album is simply beautiful. It has this peaceful and calming emotion to it causing you to realize you can take a break and a deep breath and rest in your Savior and His promises. I love playing this album in the early mornings while getting ready or during my quiet time.
The song How Can It Be became a huge hit over the summer, and rightfully so – the song is incredible. But I have found that the rest of her album is just as rich, deep and Spirit-filled as her first single. If you like Adele, you will love the sound of her soulful voice.
Also, for a bonus – here are my top 4 favorite songs right now this minute.

What are you listening to right now? Comment below and let us know!