Keith Green // Moving On
Air Date July 28, 2014
Hour 1 - Keith Green
July 28, 1982, is the day Keith Green and several others were killed in a small plane crash in Texas. What if that plane hadn’t crashed? What if Keith Green had lived? What would he be doing now? Would he still be singing? Would he still have that fiery personality? Hope you can join our discussion.
Hour 2 - Moving On
Miriam Neff, our correspondent to unwanted change, discusses moving on after a loved one dies. Is it okay to go on that vacation you had always dreamed about? Join the conversation.
An American singer/songwriter from Stockton, Calif., Randy Stonehill is known as one of the "fathers of contemporary Christian music." His career has been compared with such mainstream secular artists as James Taylor and Paul McCartney. Along with Keith Green and Larry Norman, Randy shaped the ‘Jesus Music’ from that area. Randy began playing guitar at the age of 10, had put together his first band at age 15, and by age 16 was interested in pursuing a music career.
More than 40 years after the release of his first album (Born Twice, 1971), Randy is still performing music. He has released 24 albums, including such enduring songs as “King of Hearts,” “Shut De Do” and “American Fast Food,” and his most recent album, Spirit Walk, released in 2011.
The story of Randy Stonehill coming to Los Angeles in 1970 to apply for the job of "rock star" but finding Jesus instead has been told and retold innumerable times, often by Randy himself. His friendship with Larry Norman throughout the '70s has been
celebrated in tunes and liner notes and more recently examined in the documentary film Fallen
Angel. Randy was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1985 and in 1988, CCM Magazine acclaimed his 1976 album Welcome to Paradise as among the top three most
influential albums in the contemporary Christian genre.
For more information about Randy, please visit his website.
Steve Camp is pastor and teacher at The Cross Church in Palm City, Fla. He spent 29 years in Contemporary Christian music (CCM) and began in music ministry in 1978 with his first album, Saying It with Love. He has released a total of 18 CDs/albums.
For more information about Steve, please visit his blog.
Miriam Neff is an author, speaker and founder
of Widow Connection. She is the widow of Robert Neff, former vice president of
Moody Radio. She has 26 years of counseling experience in public high schools.
Miriam is the mother of four adult children and grandmother of three boys.
For more information about Miriam or Widow Connection, please visit her
Chris Fabry is the host
of Chris Fabry Live!, two hours of spiritual
encouragement from his backyard radio fence. The program challenges
listeners to think biblically about their spiritual journeys. Chris
is also the author of the Christy Award-winning novel
Dogwood, June Bug, ECPA Christian Book
Award-winner (Fiction) Almost Heaven, Not in
the Heart and Borders of the Heart. He and
his family live near Tucson, Ariz. To find out more, please visit Chris' website.