WASHINGTON — Museum of the Bible has partnered with Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) to produce The Truth I’m Standing On, a concert featuring high-profile recording artists sharing songs about healing during this difficult time for our country and world. TBN will broadcast the concert as a two-part event.
Part one is set to air Friday, July 31, at 8, 9, 10 and 11 pm ET and part two will air Friday, August 7, at 8, 9, 10 and 11 pm ET. The concert may also be watched via TBN’s Facebook live stream and via the TBN mobile app. Christian music broadcaster K-LOVE will also stream Friday’s concert on its website and Facebook page.
Matthew West, an award-winning and multiple GRAMMY®-nominated contemporary Christian artist and songwriter, will host the broadcast from Museum of the Bible, leading the audience from performer to performer and exploring the connection between each performance and its specific venue.
“As our world continues to be engulfed in chaos, sickness, tension and uncertainty, people are desperate for a firm foundation they can stand on,” Matthew West said. “The Scriptures point the way for all of us to find that solid foundation in God’s promises, and the Museum of the Bible powerfully displays the truth that God’s word has stood the test of time and served as a guiding light in our darkest days. I hope these performances will flood your heart with hope and remind you of the truth we all can stand on.”
Leanna Crawford, for KING & COUNTRY, Newsboys, Matt Maher, Danny Gokey, Mandisa, Zach Williams, CeCe Winans and Christine D’Clario will also be performing.
“Healing and community are more important now than ever before,” said Harry Hargrave, CEO of Museum of the Bible. “We are proud to partner with TBN to bring comfort, hope and joy to people around the nation and around the world.”
More information on Museum of the Bible is available here.