This label is distributed by M8 Records.
|Make Way Music|
|Maple Bar Records|
Maranatha! Music was founded in 1971 by Chuck Smith Sr. of Calvary Chapel, to promote the “Jesus Music” his young hippie followers were writing and singing, up and down the California coast. In the early years, Maranatha! Music started signing artists because of their passionate profession of faith through music. These songs became the influential calling card of the worship music genre of that time; they belong to the Maranatha! Song catalog today.
|Mars Hill Music|
|Match Made in Heaven Music||
Greg X Volz's label home.
Meadowlark was a label manufactured, marketed and distributed by The Sparrow Corporation. It was created to release contemplative instrumental music that was similar in sound to what was marketed in the mainstream music world as New Age music.
Distributed by Frontline Music distribution
|Merf Music Group|
Mainstream label that has distributed some Christian metal.
In 1998, Metro One was distributed by Myrrh Records.
|MGP (Massive Groove Productions)|
|Michele Pillar Ministries|
The record label of Phil Driscoll
|Mighty Miracle Music|
|Milk & Honey||
Milk & Honey Records was a division of the Zondervan Corporation. (1985)
|Ministry Resource Center|
|Minstrel's Voyage Music|
|Mission House Music Group||
Christian Record Label based in Nashville TN
|Mono vs Stereo|
Now defunct label that was headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee.
|Muscle Shoals Sound Gospel||
Manufactured and distributed by Malaco Records and Tapes.
|Music World Gospel||
a division of Music World Entertainment, distributed by Universal.
Myrrh Records was founded in 1972 and was instrumental in developing a popular following for Contemporary Christian music as the label that first published music by Barry McGuire, 2nd Chapter of Acts, Randy Matthews and Nancy Honeytree. Myrrh is also known for serving as the first label for popular Christian crossover singer Amy Grant, who joined the label in 1977.
The label closed its doors in 2000 before being relaunched by parent company Word Entertainment under the name Myrrh Worship in 2005.