Nashville, Tennessee -- Against the backdrop of the recent box office tidal wave of media coverage and audiences for Fifty Shades of Grey, the film adaptation of British author E.L. James' blockbuster book trilogy, "acceptable porn" is infiltrating as never before our daily conversations, cultural outlook-and too often personal relationships--says Christian Grammy Award winner and best-selling author, Rebecca St. James.
Rebecca St. James is listed in the credits for the following albums:
Rebecca St. James (born Rebecca Jean Smallbone; July 26, 1977), is a Christian pop rock singer, songwriter, musician, author, and actor. She began performing in Australia in the late 1980s and released her first full-length studio album in 1991. In 1993 she was signed to the record label ForeFront Records and released her major label debut a year later.
St. James rose to prominence in the late 1990s with her RIAA certified Gold albums God and Pray, the latter of which won a Grammy Award in 1999 for Best Rock Gospel Album. The albums spawned multiple singles including "God", "Pray", and "Yes, I Believe In God". Since then she has released three full-length studio albums; Transform, Worship God, and If I Had One Chance to Tell You Something. Staple songs such as "Wait for Me", "Reborn", "Song of Love", "I Thank You", and "Alive" have all been derived from these releases. Her ninth studio album, I Will Praise You, was released on April 5, 2011. Since the beginning of her career, St. James has sold a total of two million albums.
Outside of her musical career, St. James is an accomplised author and actress. To date, she has released eight published books and starred in three films, a musical stage show, and a VeggieTales episode. Her ninth book What Is He Thinking? is due in Fall 2011, and she has three films currently in post-production. St. James is also an outspoken sexual abstinence and pro-life advocate, as well as a spokesperson for Compassion International.
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