Steve Camp (b. April 13, 1955 in Wheaton, Illinois) is a prominent Dove Award-nominated contemporary Christian music artist with an adult contemporary pop sound. He was very popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s, however to date his popularity now continues mostly in his Christian writing addressing current trends and matters of Reformed Theology. He started Audience One Ministries, and his blog covering Christian music, biblical study, reformation, and revival. He's also an author. Camp currently lives in Nashville where he's the single father of five kids. He is also known as the controversial author of a blog attacking former teen television star turned Evangelical superstar Kirk Cameron and noted Evangelist Ray Comfort.
He is well-known for his strong views that Christian musicians are called to make direct, uncompromising music that confronts the world with the message of the Scriptures. Following Martin Luther's 95 theses, on Reformation Day (October 31), 1998 he sent out the 107 theses calling for a reformation in contemporary Christian music.