Chris said during his concert he uses pictures and his songs to tell his story.
“I sing songs that are related to being a believer and what life is like for us as believers,” he said. “I love to talk about how my life changed.”
Chris also shares that he is a recovering alcoholic who almost died from drinking. He said, even though he’d been sober for nine years, he was having thoughts of suicide when he met the pastor in Alaska. “I just felt like a real failure and didn’t feel like life had much meaning anymore,” he said. “I was thinking about killing myself, but that day I knew because of the blood on the cross God sees me as beloved and holy and innocent. And I am absolutely not innocent, trust me. I’m guilty of many things, but I didn’t want to kill myself anymore. I had a new reason to live.”
Chris will have free CDs of his music available, but donations are welcome. His message is one of hope and love, “If you’d like to hear how an angry atheist became a Christian in love with Jesus, I’d love for you to be there and let me tell you the story."