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A year later, Stonehill made his acting debut in The Blob sequel, Son of Blob (also known as Beware! The Blob). Also that year, Stonehill wrote "Your Love Broke Through" with Todd Fishkind and Keith Green.
In 2001, Stonehill released a children's record using the name Uncle Stonehill , entitled Uncle Stonehill's Hat.
As of 2002, Stonehill continues to record and tour heavily around the world.
- Born Twice, 1971 debut album
- Get Me Out of Hollywood, 1973 album
- Welcome to Paradise, 1976 album produced by Larry Norman
- Between the Glory and the Flame, 1981 album produced by Terry Scott Taylor
- Equator, 1982 album produced by Terry Scott Taylor
- Celebrate This Heartbeat, 1984 album
- Love Beyond Reason, 1985 album
- Wild Frontier, 1986 album
- Can't Buy A Miracle, 1988 album
- Return To Paradise, 1989 album produced by Mark Heard
- Until We Have Wings, 1990 live album produced by Mark Heard
- Wonderama, 1991album produced by Terry Scott Taylor
- Stories, 1993 "best of" album produced by Terry Scott Taylor
- Lazarus Heart, 1995 album
- Our Recollections, 1996 "best of" album
- Thirst, 1999 album produced by Rick Elias
- Uncle Stonehill's Hat Uncle Stonehill, 2001 children's album produced by Terry Scott Taylor
- Edge Of The World, 2002, featuring guest apperarances by Larry Norman, Phil Keaggy, Annie Herring , Barry McGuire, Noel Paul Stookey, Love Song, Phil Madiera , Mike Roe (The 77s, Lost Dogs), Russ Taff (The Imperials ), and Sara Groves .
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