re:creation: Special Message from Steven Curtis Chapman



  • 2011-06-11T13:44:46

Can't wait to hear the new album. In Jan. of last year I lost my wonderful husband of 44 years, 5 months and 18 days. I realized that every day was a gift. Since then I have been on a journey toward wholeness. Having never been on my own, I had to allow God to re-create me. We were full-time RVers. I had to sell the RV and the pontoon boat that our family so enjoyed. I got a fantastic apartment, went to a grief group and grief counseling and started a photography business which I named Re-Creation Photo & Design. I found a church that felt like Home and the Lord has brought much healing to my life. I am now starting a counseling ministry within my church and I look forward to hearing this new album, because it will most likely be a useful ministry tool. We will grieve as long as we have memories and a heart, but God heals the mourning. Our loss becomes something beautiful for others to benefit from. Blessings, Margaret

  • 2011-05-25T14:51:11

  • 2011-05-25T00:29:30

r u going to Atlanta Fest this year? Good line up of singers.

  • 2011-05-24T20:48:31

You are welcome honey! I so do love this guy! He is an inspiration to me personally....

  • 2011-05-24T20:01:25

God Bless You Steven Curtis Chapman! You and your family, you all are such an inspiration. Your songs have inspired and encouraged me for years. And God has done a magnificent work through you, even through Maria's passing. Keep up the Good (Heaven's) Work!

  • 2011-05-24T00:43:55

It's nice to see you, Steven. I'm looking forward to the new CD. Thanks for sharing, bro.

  • 2011-05-23T20:26:20

Praying for you and your family. I look forward to your new CD. God Bless You!

  • 2011-05-23T18:34:50

e, my wife has been to several concerts, and I've not been to any...gotta fix that. [Courtesy plug: ]

  • 2011-05-23T18:24:00

Looking forward to experiencing this combination of old and new songs from an artist who sings what many people think, but can't put into words. I remember picking up his 1989 release "More To This Life" [on cassette...yeah, I'm that old], having never heard of him, and then memorizing every song...and now, decades later, feeling that his work has changed the perception of how music impacts our lives. On a down note, I'm still jealous that my wife has been to several of his concerts, and I've been to none...gotta fix that. [Courtesy link: ].

  • 2011-05-23T18:10:57

Mine doesn't work either.

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  • 2011-05-23T16:12:37

Congrats on the New CD Steven, I look forward to hearing it.

  • 2011-05-22T16:39:57

Grateful, GBU and follow our LORD.

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