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Marsha Stevens
OccupationChristian music singer, songwriter
Domestic partnerCindy Stevens-Pino


Marsha Stevens-Pino (b. Aug. 20, 1952) is a Christian musician, songwriter and out lesbian.

In 1971, when she was 16, Stevens-Pino wrote "For Those Tears I Died (Come to the Water)", a song that was to become a hit in Christian circles.

Now ministering within the gay-affirming Metropolitan Community Church, her ministry is entitled BALM - Born Again Lesbian Music and tours the United States performing to Churches and other groups.

She still writes and records music and develops the talents of up and coming LGBT Christian musicians through her "UP Beat!" programme.

She is married to Cindy Stevens-Pino. They both appeared (though unconfirmed if by invitation) at a Homecoming Concert in Tucson, Arizona, led by Bill Gaither.


  • Songs of Praise in a Strange Land
  • Is this the real you?
  • In Retrospect
  • The Waiting's Over
  • The Gift is on the inside

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