Country Faith
Tom Stipe, Scott Lockwood, Chuck Butler

Two Roads (from Maranatha 1)
Another group to be formed from JOY was the band Country Faith. The group was comprised of Scott Lockwood former lead guitarist of JOY. I might add Scott Lockwood was a David Crosby look alike. Often after a concert people would be drawn to Scott thinking one of the Crosby, Stills, & Nash were playing music in a Jesus Band. Scott would explain and some were disappointed by mistaken idenity.

Country Faith at Calvary Chapel

Scott Lockwood, Chuck Butler, and Tom Stipe were the members of Country Faith. They are on the Maranatha 1 Album with the song " Two Roads". This song was written by both Chuck Butler & Tom Stipe. Chuck Butler was later in the band Parable and Tom Stipe became member of Wing & A Prayer.

 Scott Lockwood - Lead guitar player & backup vocals
Chuck Butler - Lead vocals & rhythm guitar
Tom Stipe - Rhythm & lead vocals


Maranatha I - Two Roads (written by Chuck Butler & Tom Stipe)

Maranatha II - Come quickly Jesus (written by Tom Stipe) / Ballad of a lukewarm (written by Chuck Butler)

Maranatha III Big city blues (written by Tom Stipe) / Nursery Rhyme (written by Chuck Butler)

Pre-Country Faith:

Scott Lockwood Original member of JOY ( 1st Contemporary Christian Country Rock Band)
Chuck Butler
Tom Stipe

Post-Country Faith

Parable - Chuck Butler

Wing & A Prayer - Tom Stipe (Maranatha 4 "Old Gray Ford")

Richie Furay Band - Tom Stipe

Thanks to David Burgin for above info.