Sunday, October 13, 2013
STEVEN CURTIS CHAPMAN HOW GLORY UNFOLDS
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Reflection on "Do Everything" from Steven Curtis Chapman's re-creation
Thursday, December 03, 2009
In the fourth day of our ongoing countdown, Steven Curtis Chapman chats about his very own Show Hope.
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Steven Curtis Chapman, Geoff Moore and others raise a collective voice at special Orphan Sunday event
Wednesday, November 04, 2009
Overcoming loss, finding healing through recording
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
For the first time, Steven Curtis Chapman and family open up on national television about death of daughter Maria Sue
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
The tragic death of 5-year-old Maria Sue left the Chapman family reeling. But little did any one expect it to become the huge news story that it did. Thousands are responding in kind.
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
MARIA SUE CHAPMAN, DAUGHTER OF STEVEN CURTIS CHAPMAN, DIES IN ACCIDENT AT FAMILY HOME
Monday, March 31, 2008
Steven Curtis Chapman and Matt Hammit from Sanctus Real
Thursday, December 19, 2002
Unlike the faux look of surprise generated during a Grammy Awards acceptance speech when the winner predictably claims to be completely astonished by his/her victory,
Tuesday, February 13, 2001
Dr. Chapman? Did you know that Steven Curtis Chapman’s original career ambition was to study medicine? A decade ago, in his firstCCM Magazine cover story, he explained how staying up late during his father’s kitchen rehearsals led the 2000 Dove Awards Artist of the Year to follow in his family’s musical footsteps.
Last month, we debuted our new "Listening In" feature, letting readers "sit in" on a conversation between an artist and another influential person in, or of interest to, the Christian community. We unveiled the first part of recording artist Steven Curtis Chapman’s and author Philip Yancey’s conversation, where they shared, discussed and sometimes rambled about everything from the way they create their individual art to God-honoring sexuality (Believe it.).
There are many influential people in and around the Christian community who have important things to say. And when two of these people converse behind closed doors, their discussion is often compelling and enlightening. With this in mind, we are pleased to unveil this special new section in CCM Magazine. Each month we’ll invite you to eavesdrop on a conversation between one of your favorite Christian artists and another high-profile personality in today’s culture.
Steven Curtis Chapman is Speechless? Say it ain't so. A year laden with tragedy and promise turns a broken man into one full of quiet--but growing--hope.
Steven and Mary Beth Chapman share their true "He Said, She Said" story of love at first sight.
A walk down memory lane pushes Steven Curtis Chapman to step boldly into the future while learning to obey in the present.
Steven Curtis Chapman tells the story behind his charttopper "I Will Be Here."
Two years speechless before God brought Steven Curtis Chapman to an unfamiliar place, settling where life’s messes and mysteries cannot be explained away.
When they first met, they already shared a last name and a college mailbox. She thought he was a hillbilly; he thought she was a biker chick.