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Christopher Dwayne Tomlin (Born May 4, 1972 in Grand Saline, Texas) is an American Christian musician and preacher.

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biography


He used to work for the Austin Stone Community Church and has a record deal with the record label "sixstepsrecords", which is owned by EMI. Tomlin also frequently leads church services. Some of his most famous songs are How Great is our God, Jesus Messiah, Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) as Our God, which he wrote with Matt Redman, Jesse Reeves and Jonas Myrin. He currently holds services at Passion City Church in Atlanta, Georgia with Louie Giglio and Christy Nockels.

He was honored three times for the best male singer of the GMA Dove Award (from 2006 to 2008). He was also named “Artist of the Year” in 2007. Tomlin is a member of Compassionart, a non-profit organization founded by Martin Smith (from the band Delirious?) And his wife Anna.

Discography


Studio albums

year title Top ranking, total weeks, awardChart rankingsChart rankings[1]
(Year, title, rankings, weeks, awards, notes)
Remarks
USUnited States Christian
1995 Inside your love
First published: 1995
1998 Authentic
First published: September 1, 1998
Too Much Free Time
First published: 1998
with Ross King
2001 The noise we make
First published: March 1, 2001
2002 Not to Us US161
(1 week) US
Christ13
(7 weeks) Christ
First published: August 29, 2002
2004 Arriving US39
(44 weeks) US
Christ3
(104 weeks) Christ
First published: September 21, 2004
Sales: + 1,000,000
2006 See the morning US15
(67 weeks) US
Christian1
(78 weeks) Christ
First published: September 26, 2006
Sales: + 1,000,000
2008 Hello love US9
(73 weeks) US
Christian1
(78 weeks) Christ
First published: September 2, 2008
Sales: + 500,000
2010 And If Our God Is for Us ... US17
(47 weeks) US
Christian1
(79 weeks) Christ
First published: November 16, 2010
Sales: + 500,000
2013 Burning lights US1
(42 weeks) US
Christian1
(74 weeks) Christ
First published: January 8, 2013
Sales: + 500,000
2014 Love Ran Red US8
(31 weeks) US
Christian1
(87 weeks) Christ
First published: October 27, 2014
2016 Never lose sight US6
(10 weeks) US
Christian1
(... where.) Christ
First published: October 21, 2016
2018 Holy Roar US103
(2 weeks) US
Christ3
(55 weeks) Christ
First published: October 26, 2018
2020 Chris Tomlin & Friends US60
(... where.) US
Christian1
(... where.) Christ
First published: July 31, 2020

Awards


GMA Dove Award

2005

  • Praise & Worship Album of the Year (Arriving)

2006

  • Artist of the Year
  • Male Vocalist of the Year
  • Song of the Year (How Great Is Our God)
  • Worship Song of the Year (Holy is the Lord)
  • Worship Song of the Year (Indescribable)1
  • Special Event Album of the Year (Music Inspired by The Chronicles of Narnia)*

2007

  • Artist of the Year
  • Male Vocalist of the Year
  • Pop / Contemporary Album of the Year (See The Morning)
  • Worship Song of the Year (Holy is the Lord)
  • Praise & Worship Album of the Year (See The Morning)
  • Special Event Album of the Year (Passion: Everything Glorious)*

2008

  • Male Vocalist of the Year
  • Worship Song of the Year (How Great Is Our God)

2009

  • Special Event Album of the Year (Passion: God of This City)*
  • Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year (How Great Is Our God)2

2011

  • Worship Song of the Year (Our God)
  • Special Event Album of the Year (Passion: Awakening)*

1 Performed by Chris Tomlin, but written and produced by Laura Story.
2 Performed by LaRue Howard but written by Chris Tomlin.
* Identifies a work by several people or artists.

bibliography


  • Chris Tomlin, The Way I Was Made: Words and Music for an Unusual Life, Multnomah, 2004. ISBN 978-1-59052-327-8.

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  1. ↑ Chart sources: US

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