Family Life Artist News 3/5/13

03.05.13 | Terese Main | Comments[0]

Family Life Artist News – 3/5/13

JUNOs in April:  The City Harmonic has been nominated for JUNO award.  Their album “I Have a Dream” is up for “Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year.”   The JUNO Awards, hosted by Michael Bublé, will air on Canada’s CTV on Sunday, April 21.

Showing Hope for 10 Years:  Show Hope, the orphan and adoption ministry founded by Steven Curtis Chapman and his family is celebrating it’s 10th birthday!  They’ll celebrate with two days of food, fellowship and of course, music.  Show how has helped nearly 4,000 orphans find forever families.  They have four Special Care Centers in China, including Maria’s Big House of Hope.

Sold Out for God:  Newsboys have hit the road, and there are hardly any seats for their shows! Michael Tait and the boys had sold-out crowds for seven of their first eight concerts.  They’ll play Darien Lake this summer, at Kingdom Bound.

New on Family Life:

Matthew West “Hello, My Name Is.” From the “Into the Light” CD.
Jason Gray “Nothing Is Wasted”  From the “A Way to See in the Dark” CD.


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