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“ineedasong4” Songs for Occasions

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Sunday Morning with Steve & Annie

This video of a Sunday morning concert was recorded in Dudalk, MD at Eastern Assembly of God. We … [Continue Reading]

“Whispers From Heaven”

Here's “Whispers From Heaven,” a song written as though a message from my late Dad to Mom on what … [Continue Reading]

Sunday Morning with Steve & Annie

This video of a Sunday morning concert was recorded in Dudalk, MD at Eastern Assembly of God. We sincerely hope you glean something useful from this presentation.  … [Read More...]

Through the Radio

We get this question from time to time: "Why don't we hear you on Christian Radio any more?" Our answer is simple, "We had our moments!" On occasion we might be heard on a station but usually we're in the "golden oldie" category. We're rarely played these days BUT...we fully understand that formats change with the times...and actually, they should! Why? Because we're told in the Scriptures to "sing a new song." The new waves in Christian Music, whether liked or not, are indicators that a new song is being sung...and that's a good … [Read More...]

Steve’s New Book…”The Hunt for Faith”

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A Very Encouraging Letter

We recently sang at a church in Cookeville, TN and included the song, "Let's Call It Even." In response to the story in the song that features the reconciliation of a dad and a daughter, a sweet lady approached us after the morning service and said she was moved to go see her dad. She told us that her relationship with her father had not been good and to make the challenge even harder he had Alzheimers disease. We advised her to pray that God would give him an awareness of who she was when she visited him so some healing conversation could … [Read More...]

A Very Encouraging Letter

We recently sang at a church in Cookeville, TN and included the song, "Let's Call It Even." In response to the story in the song that features the reconciliation of a dad and a daughter, a sweet lady approached us after the morning service and said she was moved to go see her dad. She told us that her relationship with her father had not been good and to make the challenge even harder he had Alzheimers disease. We advised her to pray that God would give him an awareness of who she was when she visited him so some healing conversation could … [Read More...]

Character Development

Wednesday’s Prayer Guide-Week 2

"In the name of Your Son…" Father in Heaven, thank You for providing us access to Your throne through Christ Your Son and it’s in His name that we … [Read More...]

Wednesday’s Prayer Guide-Week 5

  “...Above all else, Lord, save their souls…”     Oh! Lord God, I know there is not …a greater need that my children have than for … [Read More...]

Parenting

A Very Encouraging Letter

We recently sang at a church in Cookeville, TN and … [More...]

A Dad’s Guide to Praying for His Kids-Interview with Steve

My thanks to Promise Keepers Canada for posting a … [More...]

Daddy’s Best Sermon

     This song, as you'll see in the video, was … [More...]

When I Hear That Train

An idea for Moms (and Dads, too!) Annie and I … [More...]

What Mama Wants For Christmas

As Christmas was approaching I asked my Mother, … [More...]

Most Popular

Don’t Give Your Treasure Away!

    The song below is from a 1988 concert (also posted on our Vintage Video page). It is titled, "The Treasure" and features a lyric that candidly addresses the issue of pre-marital sex.     The verbal … [Read More...]

Dogwood…Down The Road

A lot of our friends may not be aware that in the mid and late 1970's we were part of a Christian music group called, Dogwood. It started as a trio consisting of the two of us and a long-time friend from West … [Read More...]

Cerebral Palsy and A Life Worth Celebrating

In 1946, on December 20th, George Stonewall Chapman III was born in Chapmanville, West Virginia to my uncle Bud Chapman and his wife, Betty. They would soon learn that "Junior," the affectionate nick name their … [Read More...]