Michael W. Smith 'SURROUNDED' Concert Will Air Exclusively on TBN Tonight
NASHVILLE, Oct. 29, 2018 /Christian Newswire
/ -- TBN will air "Surrounded: A Night of Worship, Prayer and Awakening with Michael W. Smith," a concert event hosted by three-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Michael W. Smith tonight at 8/7c.
"This night is going to trigger something that will spread like wildfire across this country and around the world," said Smith. "I really believe that with every fiber of my being."
The concert was recorded in August at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena in front of an audience of more than 13,000. The event began with prayer for the city of Nashville, surrounding communities, and the nation and featured appearances by some of Smith's friends including the legendary CeCe Winnans, pastor John Gray and dozens of others. Donations received at the event benefited the Nashville Rescue Mission.
"Surrounded" aims to cross all denominational, ethnic, racial and generational lines and offer a night of unity.
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About Michael W. Smith: Michael has been releasing new music regularly and performing around the world to sold-out crowds for the last 30+ years. During his storied career, he's written 32 No. 1 singles, been honored with three Grammy Awards and 45 Dove Awards, was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and has sold more than 15 million albums. He's also given back to the global community. Michael has raised funds to battle AIDS in Africa; started Rocketown, a safe haven for young people in Tennessee to meet and find hope; and has helped more than 70,000 children through Compassion International.