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Mark Schultz

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Friday, Jan 10 2025 @ 7:00 PM

During the past decade, turning real life experiences into heartfelt anthems of hope and redemption has made Schultz one of the Christian community’s most acclaimed singer/songwriters, earning the top spot on Billboard magazine’s Christian Adult Contemporary Songwriter list. The Best of Mark Schultz features 17 songs that have defined the Dove Award winner’s artistry, among them “He’s My Son,” “Letters from War” and “Walking Her Home,” which were hits on mainstream adult contemporary radio as well as Christian stations. “Back in His Arms Again” was named BMI’s Christian Song of the Year in 2003. “Letters from War” was the centerpiece of the Army’s “Be Safe-Make It Home” campaign. The collection features music from Schultz’s five previous studio albums and includes such poignant classics as “What It Means to Be Loved,” “I Am” and “Remember Me.”

In addition to writing and recording some of the industry’s most memorable songs, Schultz has also earned respect for putting the rubber to the road literally when he rode his bicycle across America—from California to Maine in 2006—to raise money for the James Fund that aids widows and orphans. Schultz would stop along the way to do concerts as fundraisers for the cause and raised more than a quarter of a million dollars. Such ministry is a way of life for Schultz and his wife, Kate. After she graduated from medical school, the couple spent several months in Europe seeking God’s will for the next chapter in their lives, looking for ways they both could use their gifts for the kingdom. As a result, the couple is launching the “Remember Me Mission” dedicated to working with widows and orphans. “I love this quote,” says Schultz, citing a quote from Pastor Steven Furtick of Elevation Church in Charlotte, NC. “If the size of your vision for your life isn’t intimidating to you, there’s a good chance it’s insulting to God.” So after Kate finished her residency we thought, ‘what do we want our life to look like?’ And that’s how the ‘Remember Me Mission’ started.” Of course, music will continue to be the vehicle driving Schultz’s ministry efforts. It’s a calling he’s embraced and he’s thankful for the experiences it has provided.


Blue Gate Music Hall
175 N Van Buren St
Shipshewana, IN 46565

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Phone: 888-447-4725