Chris Tomlin is scaling Billboard's Christian charts with a song that's becoming a favorite not only among audiences, but multiple artists as well.
On Christian Digital Songs (dated Oct. 24), Tomlin's "Good Good Father" debuts at No. 1 (8,000 first-week downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music), marking his fourth leader on the list. On Hot Christian Songs, it flies 28-10, becoming his record-breaking 22nd top 10; he passes Casting Crowns and MercyMe, each with 21.
"What an honor to be part of carrying this song," Tomlin tells Billboard. "God is a good Father and I think people need to hear that. It's a beautiful thing to lead the song on tour each night, seeing people experience the heart and power of those words."