Singing in Harmony...Sharing a Heritage
The Stevens Family, from Warren, Ohio, has been traveling in music ministry since 1985. Their ministry has been described as one that spans the generations, effectively sharing the gospel and connecting with people of all ages. A concert with SF offers a variety, as their music can't really be labeled as one particular style. From traditional to adult contemporary, from a cappella arrangements to orchestral accompaniment, from the original songs they have written to a fresh arrangement of an old hymn or an intimate moment singing around the piano - their approach to music ministry has never been a 'one size fits all' mentality.
Rich, Tami & Erin have completed many recordings, which showcase their creative songwriting abilities. They have written songs that have been recorded by artists such as Greater Vision, The Whisnants and The Inspirations. They have been honored to share the platform with respected groups such as The Booth Brothers, The Couriers, Karen Peck & New River, Triumphant Quartet, The Nelons, The Talley Trio, Tribute Quartet, Jeff & Sheri Easter and many more. They have also appeared as featured artists at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN. The Stevens Family has had opportunities to share their ministry in more than 4000 concerts in 35 states, Ontario and Quebec, Canada, as well as the West Indies, England and Romania. Each year they travel thousands of miles, crossing many denominational lines. The Stevens Family has a special message and an apparent sense of direction in their ministry. Their music is Christ-centered and family-oriented. The purpose of their ministry is to offer encouragement and hope through the message of God’s Word in song.
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