This multi-award-winning singer and songwriter embarks on his ninth year of music ministry with a newer, more aggressive sound. Features "The Lord Of The Dance", "The Rubber Meets The Road", the title track, and nine others that are destined to become Chapman classics!
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Signs Of Life| Posted December 20, 2008
This is one of my most favorite albums by this man. The songs are fun and they are well written."Let us pray brings home the of when there's a need, take it God immediately inatead of waiting around until it's convenient for you. I also love the title track, "Signs of Life" because though humerous, it's absolutely right!
Favorite Song: "Free". This song has a liberating quality about it. I have never been to a prison(thank God), but after a life of where I was in and out of some not so nice places due to some bad junk I did, and now that I'm finally drug free, I had to celebrate that fact by hearing that song. I quit August 3rd this year!
Awesome Album| Posted August 30, 2019
This is a great album. I actually saw the tour of this album. It was my very first Steven Curtis Chapman concert. I am a huge Steven Curtis Chapman fan for life. My favorites are Signs of Life, Free, Children of the Burning Heart
Awesome| Posted February 03, 2009
This man never ceases to please me! I never "take a chance" when I buy his albums! There is something about his sound, especially on this album, that is distinct and enjoyable at any point and in any mood. He is a musical genius and a class-act. A must-have!
The next shift| Posted October 26, 2007
This really marked the second shift in SCC's progression, cutting his hair and updating his sound. It didn't sit well with me at first, but I began to love the album the more I listened. Signs of Life is a great song.