Bethel Music, Chris Quilala, Cody Carnes, Hillsong Worship, Joel & Victoria Osteen, Kari Jobe, Passion, Pat Barrett and Tasha Cobbs Leonard will come together on Oct. 15 for “WORSHIP RELIEF: Houston, You’re Not Alone,” a special night of music at Houston’s Lakewood Church starting at 7 p.m. CST. Allowing people nationwide to take part in the effort, the evening will also be streamed on Bethel Music’s Facebook LIVE and broadcasted on TBN (date to be announced). Proceeds raised through this event will benefit Hope City Houston, Lakewood Church and Convoy of Hope to continue to rebuild the city of Houston.
The entertainment industry showed their love and support for people displaced by recent devastating storms in Texas and Florida. The talent turned out in full-force for the Hand-In-Hand: A Benefit For Hurricane Relief that was aired on major networks and cable stations. Special appearances and performances aired live from Los Angeles, New York and Nashville.
Big Idea Entertainment, home of the leading faith-based studio and producer of the children’s brand, VeggieTales, and rising gospel star Bryan Popin found a way to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts from their Nashville, TN hubs. Big Idea donated VeggieTales school supplies, toys and clothing to families that have been displaced from their homes because of Hurricane Harvey’s flooding and storm damage. Popin, his wife Susan, and four of their children ferried VeggieTales supplies to a holding facility for the Church of Christ Disaster Relief Center in Nashville, TN in preparation for an upcoming delivery to Houston area families.
NIGHT OF HOPE HURRICANE HARVEY RELIEF CONCERT September 20, 2017 – 6:00 PM Verizon Theatre Grand Prairie, TX 100% OF TICKET PROCEEDS BENEFITTING TEXAS GULF COAST VICTIMS VIA CONVOY OF HOPE…
New Light Church and SoundEFX Media Announce Hurricane Harvey Gospel Relief Concert to Help Thousands of Houston Families in Need
To help those in Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey, Sanctus Real is wanting to do their part to help, and they are asking for your help too. Today the band announced they are offering their upcoming single, “Changed,” two weeks early to their fans in hopes to raise money to directly help the families and community of Rockport, Texas. The band was originally scheduled to perform in Rockport at Seafair on October 15.