Steven Curtis Chapman performed a private concert on the campus of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. The performance was part of a taping before a live studio audience made up of Moody Radio listeners, along with Moody staff and students. Chapman shared openly of the experiences that have shaped him and his music and are featured in his recently released memoir Between Heaven & the Real World along with his most recent Christmas album, Joy. Nancy Turner, host of Moody Radio’s This is The Day podcast interviewed Chapman about his faith, family and future.
The live interview and performance with Chapman was part of a podcast taping before a live studio audience of This is The Day with Nancy Turner. The full program is available for download on thisistheday.fm and can be heard on Moody Radio’s Facebook page as well.
“It is always a joy and blessing to create opportunities for our listeners to meet and get to know the artists they hear every day on Moody Radio,” said Collin Lambert, vice president of Moody Radio. “We appreciate him taking time out during the busy Christmas season to be with us, minister to our listeners, and share his story. It was a memorable day.”
Moody Radio’s morning show team in Chicago, Karl and Crew, emceed the event. During the private performance attendees were also able to take part in a time of question and answer with Chapman as well as have their photo taken with him.