STEVEN CURTIS CHAPMAN COMPLETES ADOPTION BEFORE CHINESE SUSPENSION (Nashville, Tennessee-AP) -- Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman has completed the adoption of his second Chinese daughter. Chapman's publicists say the family was able to bring the seven-month-old girl home before China stopped issuing invitations for foreigners to pick up their adopted children. China's halt in issuing the required invitations is part of its effort to stem the outbreak of the disease SARS. The Chapmans have named their new daughter Stevey Joy -- Stevey after her father, and Joy to reflect her adoptive sister Shaohannah's middle name, Hope. Dawn Dean of Bethany Christian Services -- which arranged both Chapman adoptions -- says families that already have their Chinese invitations are still traveling to China to complete adoptions.