Multi-platinum, Grammy-winning Christian artist Steven Curtis Chapman celebrated the release of his 16th album last week.
And so far, the project, This Moment, is being praised as "among the best of his career" (Billboard) and "a thoughtful original" (USA Today).
"I want to remind people that God is more concerned with our day-to-day than we might think," Chapman commented. "He is not just in the valley or on the mountaintop. He's on the straight open road, too. I hope we can begin to really experience what He's doing in this moment."
In addition to his latest musical endeavor, Chapman continues to make an impact for orphans as the "Change for Orphans" campaign builds and increases in the amount of "change" raised each night on his current tour.
The campaign has so far raised more than $50,000 for Shaohannah's Hope, an organization Chapman founded, and has been awarded financial grants for families looking to adopt.
As of last week, 16 families have been locally impacted by receiving a grant from Shaohannah's Hope each night.