GRAMMY-nominated band MercyMe's latest single, "To Not Worship You," has hit No. 1 on four different Billboard and Mediabase charts. The song is the second No. 1 from their latest best selling project, ALWAYS ONLY JESUS, following the Dove Award-nominated Song of the Year track, "Then Christ Came."
About the song, lead singer Bart Millard said, "I think with this song, I better realize what being still and knowing that He is God means. A lot of times when we have doubt or we're questioning stuff, I think ultimately it's because we're not stopping and remembering who God really is. When you take the time to remember who God is, then it's easy to ask, ‘who are we to not worship him?’"
Additionally, another one of MercyMe's No. 1 songs, "Almost Home," (inhale/exhale) has also been certified Gold by the RIAA, bringing the band's certification tally to total 15 gold, platinum and multi-platinum singles and albums.
Tour season soon will be in full swing for the band this fall as well as they kick off the "Together Again Tour," hitting 16 cities in October with past tourmates Crowder and Andrew Ripp, followed by a November, twelve-city co-headline run with TobyMac and also featuring Zach Williams.