Rebecca St. James Presented at the K-LOVE Fan Awards, and ’90s Babies Flipped!

Rebecca St. James Presented at the K-LOVE Fan Awards, and ’90s Babies Flipped!

The K-LOVE Fan Awards air this Sunday (June 9) on TBN, and believe me, if you lived in the ’90s/early 2000s, get ready for all the nostalgia!

Rebecca St. James, basically the queen of early Christian music for young girls, took the stage at the Ryman Auditorium to present the award for “Worship Song of the Year.”

The mother-of-two, who was known for her hits such as “Wait for Me,” “Go and Sin No More,” “Yes, I Believe in God,” among others, stunned in an island-inspired, green-and-white jumpsuit.

Photo: Terry Wyatt/Getty Images
Rebecca and husband Jacob Fink
Photo: Terry Wyatt/Getty Images

The Australian-born singer would often speak on purity and waiting for the one God would bring her. In fact, her hit song, “Wait for Me,” was eventually turned into a book. (It’s realllly good!)

Her patience in the waiting inspired young girls everywhere. Eventually, she met and married former bassist for Foster the People, Jacob Fink. They share daughters Gemma, 5, and Imogen, 1.

Oh ya…her younger brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone followed in her footsteps. They formed this little known band called…

For King and Country. : )

Currently, Rebecca is working on her next album, a worship album!

Photo: Terry Wyatt/Getty Images

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