Heart in Motion is the eighth studio album, and twelfth album by Christian pop singer Amy Grant, released on March 5, 1991. The album features Grant's biggest worldwide hit, "Baby Baby" and was certified 5× platinum in the United States, selling over 5,000,000 copies.
In contrast to its predecessor, the more acoustic Lead Me On, Heart in Motion consists of songs that were more heavily processed, as was the style of mainstream music at the time. In addition, unlike Lead Me On, Heart in Motion contains few overtly religious songs, with most of the lyrics for the songs on the album dealing with love or other life issues which would not be the exclusive concern of devout Christians. A couple of songs on the album, however, were openly Christian in their content, such as "Ask Me", which describes how a woman's faith helps her to heal from child sexual abuse, and "Hope Set High", both of which were hits on Christian radio. Another song with an overtly Christian theme is "You're Not Alone" which references a greater power despite edgy features like whipcracks and a screaming guitar solo.
Heart In Motion was a pop music blockbuster upon its release going to the Top Ten of the Billboard 200 (as well as No. 1 of the Christian albums chart for 32 weeks), and selling five million copies by the end of 1997. The first single from the album, "Baby Baby" – more or less the title cut, as the album's title is drawn from this track – hit the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 and the Adult Contemporary chart. The following four singles also performed well on the pop and AC charts: "Every Heartbeat" (No. 2 Hot 100, No. 2 AC), "That's What Love Is For" (No. 7 Hot 100, No. 1 AC), "Good for Me" (No. 8 Hot 100, No. 4 AC), and "I Will Remember You" (No. 20 Hot 100, No. 2 AC). The album was listed at No. 30 in the 2001 book, CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music and was certified 5x platinum by the RIAA for sales of over 5 million copies, making it the best-selling Christian music album ever released.