Labor Playlist for a Worship-Filled Birth
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Labor Playlist for a Worship-Filled Birth

Are you getting ready to do the hard work of giving birth? Consider creating a labor playlist for a worship-filled birth.

Creating a labor playlist was one of the best things we did for the birth of my little girl. Together with my husband we searched our music repertoire and downloaded new music to create the perfect labor playlist.

To be honest, this playlist didn’t just help me during labor, but it helped me before and after as well. On hard days when I feel like the walls are caving in (or was that just my two year old jumping off the table again?) and I’m running on fumes, I pull out this playlist again to help me turn my eyes to Jesus. So, maybe I should have called this the “Anxiety Release Playlist” because that’s how I use it now.

Anyway, whatever your need for listening to truth, perhaps you’ll find this playlist helpful!

Labor Playlist for a Worship-Filled Birth

My Labor Playlist for a Worship-Filled Birth

Lord, I Need You, by Chris Tomlin

Beautiful Things, by Gungor

Thy Will, by Hillary Scott

Empty Me, by Jeremy Camp

Closer, by Shawn McDonald

Pray, by Sanctus Real

Don’t Give Up, by Calling Glory

Be Still My Soul, by Kari Jobe

Just Say Jesus, by 7eventh Time Down

Who Am I, by Casting Crowns

Hold On, by 33 Miles

Find You On My Knees, by Kari Jobe

Lifesong, by Casting Crowns

Never Once, by One Sonic Society

Hope in Front of Me, by Danny Gokey

Praise You in the Storm, by Casting Crowns

My Desire, by Jeremy Camp

This is Amazing Grace, by Phil Whickam

Beautiful One, by Jeremy Camp

What about you? What would you add to this playlist?

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  1. I had Sara Grove’s album “Add to the Beauty” on repeat during both Silas’ and Amelia’s birth, in fact Amelia was born to the song Add to the Beauty which I felt was so fitting. Jack came so fast I never had a chance to turn on my music at the hospital! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Hi Leigh Ann! I must admit when I first heard about playing music during labor, it sounded so beautiful. Until I wondered if that was weird (for some reason I get self-conscious about the dumbest things). I didn’t do it for my first kiddo, but now am considering it for my next. Thanks for sharing this playlist! Some of the choices were hilarious… “Empty Me”? LOL!