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Passion worship’s national tour coming to Centennial Chapel

Posted: Oct 16, 2013

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Shine.FM presents a powerful night of worship and praise when Passion: Let The Future Begin Tour comes to the Betty and Kenneth Hawkins Centennial Chapel on Tuesday, November 5, 2013, at 7 p.m.

More than a concert, this special evening seeks to bring those attending into the presence of God through music. Each song expresses the power and truth of God’s Word. All ages are welcome to be part of this inspiring event. Teens and young adults will especially enjoy the high energy worship style.

Kristian Stanfill — worship leader for Passion: Let The Future Begin Tour — wrote songs in his head for years. When he recognized his great need to praise God, he began leading worship — first for his church youth group in Atlanta, now for audiences numbering in the hundreds of thousands through Passion World Tour. He has been serving with the Passion organization since 2005. As a recording artist with sixstepsrecords, he joins already well-known and accomplished Christian music artists Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman and David Crowder Band on that label. In 2011, he was nominated for the “New Artist of the Year” Dove Award by the Gospel Music Association. His second album release, “Mountains Move,” reached No. 3 on Billboard’s Christian Albums chart.

Passion: Let The Future Begin Tour grew out of Passion, a ministry of Atlanta-based pastor Louie Giglio. His desire is to see the 20 million-plus college students across the globe awaken to the reality of an omnipotent and glorious Creator. Each year since 1997, the Passion Conference has brought together millions to help bring hope and light into the world.

Tickets are available now through itickets.com. For more information, call 855-987-4463 or go to the Shine.FM website.
 
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