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Steve Camp Christian Contemporary Music Artist Pastor


Steve Camp has one mission – to pursue the path God has laid out for him and bring Him glory in every avenue and opportunity placed in front of him. This mission has given Steve Camp an array of titles; Contemporary Christian Artist, Musicianary, Pastor, Radio Host, Author, Modern-day Paladin, and more. 

Responsible for 15 No. 1 songs and 40+ Top 10s, Steve Camp is a household name, known for his dynamic musical career starting in 1975. His songs blasted airwaves, resonating with hearts worldwide, landing him numerous awards including being one of two recipients of the NARAS President's Merit Award for his exemplary work, "Do Something Now" The Cause; writing the GRAMMY Award-winning song, "Martin", a tribute to the late Martin Luther King, Jr., performed by gospel legend, Shirley Caesar; as well as a GRAMMY Award nomination for "Love's Not A Feeling".  

Other accomplishments include having championed causes for Compassion International and Food For The Hungry; spear-heading an unparalleled biblical outreach to people with AIDS - AIDS Crisis and Christians Today (A.C.C.T.); demonstrating his pro-life beliefs by performing numerous benefit concerts for crisis pregnancy centers and performing a benefit concert at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall for the Royal Family benefiting Princess Anne's "Save the Children". 


In 1997, Camp released his unprecedented document entitled The 107 THESES: A Call to Reformation for the Contemporary Christian Music Industry, the clarion call for all in the Contemporary Christian Music Industry to reformation in returning to the authority of Scripture, the accountability of the local church, the ascendancy of the glory of God, and not being unequally yoked with an unbelieving world.

After 32 years in Contemporary Christian Music, Camp was called to full-time pastoral ministry, and is now the Senior Pastor of The Cross Church in Palm City, FL, ordained in 2009. 

Throughout his career, Steve Camp has been consistently willing, able, and unafraid to confront hard issues, gaining the reputation that "If Steve doesn't say it, it doesn't get said". This rings true in his upcoming, mainstream album, C A M P – his first in 22 years – releasing in 2024. Taking a step back from the CCM genre that launched him, mainstream will allow Camp to speak these truths into song, with 26 "no holds barred" tracks addressing current world issues with courage, style and grace, as only Steve Camp can.


1978 - Releases Debut Album Sayin’ It with Love via Myrrh Records 


1980 - Releases Start Believin’ album (Myrrh Records)


1981 - Releases For Every Man album (Myrrh Records)


1983 - Releases Only The Very Best compilation album (Myrrh Records)


1983 - Signs with Sparrow Records (a division of Universal Music Group) 


1983 - Releases Fire and Ice Album, peaking at #14 on the Billboard Top Inspirational Albums chart. Single “Love’s Not A Feeling” peaked at #4 on the CCM chart, staying on the chart for 30 weeks. “Living in Laodicea” charted at #13. 


1984 - Releases It’s a Dying World album (Myrrh)


1984 - 27th Annual GRAMMY Awards Nomination for Best Gospel Performance by a Duo or Group for “Love’s Not A Feeling” (feat. Michele Pillar)  


1985 - Releases Shake Me To Wake Me Album, featuring charting singles “Stranger to Holiness” #5, “Surrender Your Heart” #33, and “Even Now” #31. 

1985 - Organizes one-time assemblage of 90 Christian artists called CAUSE (Christian Artists United to Save the Earth) for "Do Something Now". Proceeds went to Compassion International, a hunger organization.


1986 - Awarded the PRESIDENT’S MERIT AWARD for “Do Something Now” The Cause by the National Academy of Recording Arts And Sciences 


1986 -wrote the Grammy Award-winning song, "Martin", a tribute to the late Martin Luther King, Jr., performed by gospel legend, Shirley Caesar


1986 - Performs at GMA Dove Awards   


1986 - Releases One on One album (Sparrow) 


1986 - Cover of CCM Magazine (November issue)


1987 - Releases After God’s Own Heart Album, (Sparrow) featuring 3 Top 10 Singles, “Whatever You Ask” #1, “Come To The Lord” #5, “After God’s Own Heart” #3. 


1988 - Dove Award nomination Rock Album - After God’s Own Heart


1988 - Releases Compact Favorites compilation album (Sparrow) 


1988 - Releases 10th Studio Album, Justice, featuring the song “Do You Feel Their Pain?” feat. BeBe Winans 


1990 - Releases Doing My Best compilation album (Sparrow) 


1991 - Cover of Contemporary Christian Music Magazine (September)


1991 - Releases Consider the Cost album (Sparrow)


1991 - Releases Doing My Best: Volume 2 compilation album (Sparrow) 


1993 - Releases Taking Heaven By Storm Album (Warner Alliance) featuring #1 hits, including a contemporary remake of “The Lord’s Prayer.” 


1993 - Songs “I’m Committed To You,” “He Is Able” and “Taking Heaven By Storm” listed in Top 100 Christian AC Hits of 1993  

1994 - Releases Mercy in the Wilderness Album (Warner Alliance)


1995 - Releases The Steve Camp Collection compilation album (Sparrow) 


1995-1997 - hosted his own radio talk show, No Compromise with Steve Camp


1998 - Becomes Associate Pastor of Grace Community Church


1998 - Sent out his own 107 theses on Reformation Day, October 31, calling for reformation in the contemporary music and publishing industries, in the tradition of Martin Luther’s Ninety-five Theses 


1999 - Releases Abandoned To God Album (Ministry Music/Diamante)


2002 - Releases Desiring God album (AudienceOne/Diamante)


2005 - Created Camponthis blog 

2007 - Camponthis Blog ranked the #4 blog out of all religious blogs in 2007 worldwide & becomes a finalist in the 2007 Weblog Awards, 


2007 - Releases The Definitive Collection compilation album (Word) 


2009 - Ordained as Senior Pastor of The Cross Church in Palm City, FL 


2023 - Releases "Liberty Road" / First release of a project in 29 years since being with a label

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