Chris and Stephanie Teague

Chris and Stephanie are the husband and wife duo, Out of the Dust, who began and continue their lives just outside of Nashville, TN. Their story of downfall, heartbreak, and miraculous redemption is woven deep into the fabric of their music. After growing up in church and marrying young, like so many young men, Chris slowly and quietly lost all faith in God during college. Even while slipping deeper into drugs and every other whim of his heart, he secretly managed an alter ego for years around church friends, family, and even Stephanie. Finally, everything surfaced one Thursday night in January 2010 as Stephanie’s life unraveled before her eyes. Their young marriage quickly collapsed in divorce as Chris walked away from God, friends, and everything he had built with Stephanie. What happened next can’t be called anything other than a miracle. His independence very rapidly found him in the most desperate and heartsick place of his life, and it was there that he was shown the depth of his selfishness and pride. Incredibly, in just over a year, God mended their hearts, restored their marriage, and still continues to breathe new life into their story today. The passion they share is to tell of God’s beautiful and majestic redemption through music that is stirring, thoughtful, and uniquely their own.

Out Of The Dust 3

The Refiner’s Fire

Chris and Stephanie Teague look back on their divorce and tell how God worked to get them to a place where they would consider reconciliation and remarriage.

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Out Of The Dust 2

Closing the Marriage Chapter

Chris and Stephanie Teague talk about when their three-year marriage ended. Stunned by Chris’s confessions Stephanie immersed herself in prayer and released Chris to God.

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Out Of The Dust 1

The Grass Isn’t Greener

Chris and Stephanie Teague talk about getting married as college students, and the cracks that soon appeared in their marriage. Chris shares why he walked away from his faith, and shortly after, from Stephanie.

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