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Below are some videos I've run across that I've found to be a blessing. Be sure to double-click so you can view the larger screen...

My grandparents were married for 77 years. And one of the greatest gifts my father gave to me before he died was his love and faithfulness to my mom for over 60 yrs. Here's a moving song about staying by one of my favorite artists...

Amazing to read (and hear!) the teachings of A.W. Tozer from 60 years ago, and to realize how spot-on they are today. The Root of the Righteous was such a powerful and prophetic little book. The Pursuit of God is is considered a classic. I strongly encourage you to read some of his writings, to grow deeper in your walk with the Father. If you've got some time, here are some of his messages to listen to that I hope bless you...


Another reason to root for the Iggles...


October 14, 2013

Autumn Ablaze

Forget Andy Williams, THIS is the most wonderful time of the year! When God breaks out all the rest of the crayons in the box. The crisp air and low humidity. The harvest moons. The sweaters. The football. The homecoming bonfires. The Fall Classic. The pumpkins & hayrides. (Ok I'll admit, the raking leaves part can get old after a while. :-) But still... there's just something profoundly beautiful, romantic and poetic about the fall.

And appropriately, as this is "harvest" season, there are a number of ministry events coming up. I'll be leading worship for two Wednesday night services at Calvary Chapel Delco on 10/2 and 10/30. On Friday, 10/18, I'll be flying solo for an intimate coffeehouse appearance at Central Presbyterian Church in Downingtown, PA from 7-9pm. (However there's a little rumor going around that a certain beautiful young singer I used to sing and record with may be joining me for that one :-).

On Saturday, 10/19, I'll be leading worship and sharing some things our family learned through the life and home-going of our daughter Amanda at Joni & Friend's Disabilities Summit at Calvary Church in Lancaster, PA. This will be a special one day equipping conference for churches & families interested in being a blessing to those with disabilities. It's not too late to sign up, btw!!

On Sunday, 10/20, I'll be singing God's praise with my church family at CCDC once again for our Compassion Weekend. Click HERE to see all the opportunities to serve and please pray about getting involved. Love to serve with you!

And then on Friday, 10/25, at 5:30pm, I have the joy of teaming up with longtime friend, Pastor Al Sones, of Good News Church in Mechanicsburg, PA. He and the Acts 11:12 Team will be hosting an exciting church planting banquet with guest speaker David Harvey of the Mt Bethel Project. Pastor Al has asked me to lead a time of corporate worship and special music for this ministry event. It will be held at Genetti's in Hazleton, PA and tickets are $20.

Your Support

Your gifts of support to help this music ministry are so greatly appreciated, as they help thousands of people each year come to hear and sing the good news of Jesus Christ. It's all about worship.

As John Piper rightly said, "Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn't. Missions begins and ends with worship. When the flame of worship burns with the heat of God's true worth, the light of missions will shine to the darkest peoples on earth."

The Lord is using this music ministry to bring His light into the dark places, the broken places, the hopeless places. Your prayerful support helps me go wherever the Lord would have me serve. It also helps fund new recordings so they don't come from our family budget. And your gifts can be tax-deductible by following these instructions HERE.

If you've been blessed by this music ministry and would like to support me in the work God is doing, I would be so honored to team with you. Thank you!!



September 7, 2019 

Upcoming Events:




OCTOBER 11-13, 2019


Some of you have heard me share how I came to trust Christ as my Savior at Sandy Hill Boys Camp many summers ago as a high schooler. God broke through during a troubled time in my life, and met me as we sang songs to Him in the woods along the Chesapeake. At that time, Sandy Cove was the girls camp next door.


Well years later, Sandy Cove became a family resort, and my bandmates and I have had the privilege of leading worship for the annual men's retreat for a number of years. And each time, I am blown away by how God continues to meet me here along the Chesapeake. The guest speakers are always challenging and inspirational, the food is fantastic, and the fellowship is sweet.

You probably have experienced first hand or read articles on how there's less audible singing in churches these days, especially among men. This is NOT the case at the men's retreat!!! These guys love to sing and they sing LOUD!! Seriously- our times of worship are powerful and I think it's a great encouragement to one another, as we declare the mighty works of God and sing of His amazing grace. I hope you can join us this fall and maybe bring some friends who could use some encouragement.


For more information and sign-up info for the Sandy Cove Men's Retreat

click HERE or call 800.234.COVE (2683). I am being told that this year's gathering is already the largest ever, with only a few rooms left available. So if you're planning on going, definitely get your reservation in now if you haven't already!! 



House  Concerts!

House concerts make for great opportunities to get to know your neighbors and/or fellow church members! We provide the music, you provide the living room or den. And cold snowy winters are especially AWESOME for an intimate evening of special music and/or worship songs, with some hot cocoa and desserts!! I can travel solo or with a bandmate or two, and bring my own sound gear (if needed). A nice way to chase the winter blahs with your friends, bible study or small group. Whatever the occasion, it's gonna be fun! Drop me an email ( for more info.

How You Can Help

If you'd like to help me share the hope of the gospel with those who are hurting, it would be an honor to share in this ministry with you. Your gift of any amount would be so greatly appreciated. Besides helping us keep the lights on, you also co-produce my records. :-) 

Checks can be written to:

Christopher Wright

c/o Blessed Hurricane Ministries

PO Box 898

Exton, PA 19341

Or if you'd like to support us instantly over the web, I also have a PayPal link, which enables your gift of any amount to go directly to us safely without any stamps or admin fees. That link is PayPal.Me/blessedhurricane

Thank you for helping us be a blessing to others. May this music and testimony bear witness to the God Who sees and saves.


Noisetrade Sampler !


Here's an 11-song SAMPLER which includes songs from all my past projects, including the live, hidden track duet I sang with my daughter, Lauren, that was never available by itself. There's also a bonus track of a living room guitar demo of The Fragrance of Christ. Please share this sampler with your friends on Facebook!

Just enter the info above or click HERE. In exchange for your email & zip (which will only go to those of you who are interested- no spam!), NoiseTrade will email you the songs! It's free, but you can also "tip" any amount to help towards the new recording. And again, you can always support us through PayPal by going HERE

Thank you so much for your love, prayers & support!!


Past  Events . . .


WORDFM  Peru  Missions  Trip !

Thank you so much for your prayers! It was a privilege to serve with my good friend Allan Glass and teammates from The WordFM listening area as we helped bring the hope of the gospel to Huaycán, Peru.

I'll be posting more pictures from our trip, along with some testimonies of how the Lord allowed us to be a bessing. But here's a bit of a synopsis...

We left JFK in NYC around 2am on Friday morning, Aug 5th, and arrived in Lima about 7 and a half hours later (non-stop). It's approaching wintertime down there, so it was a little cooler- though the sun was still intense (especially on the mountain in Huaycán where we were working). There's a general haze that lingers over the town and sometimes it would burn away later in the day. It affected our throats and sinuses a bit, as did the dry rocky dirt on the mountain. The people there said that it rarely rains but when it does, it's basically a mist- not any kind of downpour. From the pictures, you'll notice very little green anywhere. A few cactus plants and desert flowers that some residents here and there planted to brighten their place on the mountain, but otherwise just dry dirt and rocks. 

Along with Allan Glass from the WordFm, our team's work assignments and itinerary were organized by Stephanie Boyd and Alan Hulley from World Servants.We joined Terry and Sabet Mullins of Peru Hope in bringing the gospel of Christ to Huaycán through acts of love and service. We were able to accomplish a number of goals: 1) to help finish the roof of the community center; 2) to help build a church (literally!); 3) to share simple bible teaching, music and laughter with the children of Huaycán; 4) to provide 2,000 pairs of reading glasses for those in need; and 5) paint a children's mural for the orphanage there. Here a just a few of the pictures...






Iron  Sharpens  Iron

Some pics from our most recent Iron Sharpens Iron men's conference at Cedar Crest Bible Fellowship in Allentown, PA. Guest speakers included film producer/writer, Stephen Kendrick (War Room, Courageous), and pastor/author, Eric Ludy.


We also had the honor of backing worship leader Nadine Maenza at the Women's Iron Sharpens Iron conference at Carlisle Evangelical Free Church (Carlisle, PA) and Calvary Church in Souderton, PA. Here we are joined by great guitarist and all-around funny guy, Gary Livesay, from the Mary James trio.


Previous Iron Sharpens Iron pics and worship team coaching times...



Why "Blessed Hurricane?"

I often get asked why our music ministry is called Blessed Hurricane Ministries. If you've wondered about that, or if you'd like to hear more about the heart & vision behind this ministry, click HERE.





So much of where I go is due to word of mouth, friend to friend, pastor to pastor. We're actively booking concerts and worship events (solo acoustic, small combo or full band) for 2019, and would love to come to your church or ministry venue! For more info, please feel free to contact us here at or (484)459-1156.