Gospel pianist, songwriter, and singer Morris Chapman moved into ministry in the late '70s. His musical career gives him an extra ability to reach people and touch souls. Over the years he has recorded a long list of albums, earned nominations for both Dove Awards and a Grammy, and written noteworthy songs that other artists have recorded. In 1990, Chapman finished his first album, Live Worship. The debut received positive reviews and introduced him to a new audience of fans. Two years later a sophomore album appeared, Gospel Praise. Both full-length offerings were released under the Benson Records label. There was a long seven-year break before a third album was finally completed. As if to make up for lost time, Chapman finished his fourth album that year as well and completed a number of others for the start of the new millennium, mostly working with Tyscot Records. Some of the songs gospel fans will find on his works include, "You Are So Easy to Love," "Mighty God," "I Could Sing of Your Love Forever," "When I Think About His Goodness," "The River of God," "You Know the Cry," "Amazing Grace," "The Worship Medley," and "I Know the Plans."