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Christian musicians to share faith in ‘Faith & Friends’ concert series

The “Faith & Friends” concert series was recently inaugurated by Christian music artists Taya and Naomi Raine on “Fox and Friends.” The show will feature some of the most prominent Christian musicians and will continue till Easter. Raine and Taya, known for singing “Oceans” and “Jireh,” first met on a plane and planned together a tour named “It’s Time” along with music artists Natalie Grant and Tasha Cobbs Leonard. Taya said that she wants the audience to feel that they are experiencing an “encounter with God” at the concerts. During the show, co-host Pete Hegseth referred to the spiritual revival that is taking place as a result of the marathon worship service attended by the thousand at Kentucky’s Asbury University.

Fox News reports:

Christian music artists Naomi Raine and Taya kicked off the start of the “Faith & Friends” concert series on “Fox & Friends” which is showcasing some of the biggest names in Christian music leading up to Easter.

Taya and Raine are best known for their roles in singing “Oceans” and “Jireh,” respectively. The duo met on a plane last year and announced the start of their “It’s Time” tour alongside fellow music artists Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Natalie Grant.

Co-host Pete Hegseth highlighted a growing spiritual revival across the country, after students and tens of thousands flocked to a marathon worship service at Asbury University in Kentucky.

“I think that more than anything, people want God. They want to see the power of God. They want to feel his power and his presence. And so what we see happening, I think, is a response to the hunger of people,” Raine responded.

Taya added she wants people to feel like they are having an “encounter with God” when they come to their concerts.

“Both our lives have been changed, and we’ve had moments at similar worship nights where other people have been leading, and we’ve just been completely transformed,” she said.

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  • Donna Anderson says:

    Suggestion. Cheri Keaggy as a guest. Christian singer, song writer and speaker.

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