Steven Curtis Chapman and Third Day, Third Day and Steven Curtis Chapman. You pick the order, it really doesn’t matter, because the mash-up works just like Third Day guitarist Mark Lee suggested, a few days before the tour kicked off: “It’s gonna be like the peanut butter and chocolate thing.”
"Hymns, Prayers and Invitations" by Rick Lee James (Self-released) releases Mar. 17, 2016. Reviewed in the May 1, 2016 edition, CCM Magazine.
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Thankfully, most Americans don’t live in a daily reality where we have to think about our spouse in the context of life or death—at least, not yet. But Christ came to earth, and each day He lived, knowing that the cross was on the horizon. This act of love cost Him something (everything), allowing each of us to receive a most awesome gift...
With 48 No. 1’s to his credit, it’s hard to imagine a songwriting feat Steven Curtis Chapman can’t conquer. Yet, the iconic artist recently surmounted his biggest musical challenge to date, spurred on by a little help from his friends