Todd Agnew discography

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Todd Agnew discography
Studio albums 5
Live albums 1
Singles 8
Other album appearances 16

The Todd Agnew discography is about the works of contemporary worship musician Todd Agnew.

Contemporary worship music music genre

Contemporary worship music (CWM), also known as praise and worship music, is a defined genre of Christian music used in contemporary worship. It has developed over the past sixty years and is stylistically similar to pop music. The songs are frequently referred to as "praise songs" or "worship songs" and are typically led by a "worship band" or "praise team", with either a guitarist or pianist leading. It has become a common genre of music sung in many churches, particularly in charismatic or non-denominational Protestant churches with some Roman Catholic congregations incorporating it into their mass as well.

Todd Wilson Agnew is a contemporary Christian musician and songwriter.



Independent albums

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions [1]



Grace Like Rain 14 1 82 [5]
Reflection of Something 86 3 87 [6]
Better Questions 100 3 105 [7]
Need 17
How to Be Loved 30
"—" denotes that a release that did not chart

Live albums

List of live albums
Title Album details
Breath of God
  • Released: 2001
  • Label: None/Independent
  • Format: CD, digital download

Holiday albums

List of holiday albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions [1]

Do You See What I See?
  • Released: October 3, 2006
  • Label: Ardent/SRE/INO
  • Format: CD, digital download


List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US Christian Songs
US Christian AC US Soft/AC Inspo
"This Fragile Breath (The Thunder Song)"2004 23 27 Grace Like Rain
"Grace Like Rain" 12 16
"Unchanging One"2005 38 Reflection of Something
"In the Middle of Me" 24 20
"My Jesus"2006 18 18
"Did You Know (Song to Infant Christ)"2007 29 Do You See What I See?
"Joy Unspeakable"2009 40 30 16 Need
"God Undefeatable"2012 6 How to Be Loved

Other album appearances

This is the list of his other album appearances. [9]

  1. Open the Eyes of My Heart: Platinum Edition, 2010 .... "Grace Like Rain" (from Grace Like Rain) [INO]
  2. SongDISCovery Vol. 82, 2009 .... "Gloria" (from Need) [Worship Leader]
  3. I Can Only Imagine: Platinum Edition, 2008 .... "This Fragile Breath" [Time Life]
  4. Happy New Year 2008, 2007 .... "Don't Say a Word" [Provident]
  5. iWorship Platinum: A Total Worship Experience, 2006 .... "My Jesus" (from Reflection Of Something) [Integrity]
  6. Ultimate Music Makeover: The Songs of Michael W. Smith, 2005 .... "On the Other Side" [Rocketown]
  7. Bridges: Classic Hymns, Modern Worship, 2005 .... "Saviour Like a Shepherd Lead Us" [Waterfront]
  8. Here I Am To Worship, Volume 2: The Best of Modern Worship, 2005 .... "Grace Like Rain" (from Grace Like Rain) [Fervent]
  9. Hear & Now, 2005 .... "Unchanging One" (from Reflection of Something) [Provident]
  10. Absolute Modern Worship, 2005 .... "Kindness" [Fervent]
  11. In the Name of Love: Artists United for Africa, 2004 .... "When Love Comes To Town" [Sparrow]
  12. WOW Hits 2005, 2004 .... "Grace Like Rain" (from Grace Like Rain) [Sparrow]
  13. Absolute Favorite Christmas, 2004 .... "Bethlehem Dawn" [Fervent]
  14. Everything Counts: Worship Songs for Radical Living, 2004 .... "This Fragile Breath" (from Grace Like Rain) [Integrity]
  15. iWorship: Next, 2004 .... "Romans 12:1" (from Grace Like Rain) [Integrity]
  16. Absolute Smash Hits, 2004 .... "This Fragile Breath" (from Grace Like Rain) [Fervent]

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