5 Questions That Need Answered Right Now About I Am They
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Lately, you might have been hearing a lot about a band called I Am They and that they are coming to First Assembly Fort Myers on Friday, February 26th! You might be wondering just who exactly are they? Well here are 10 things about this hipster band you need to know!
1.) Who are they?
I Am They is a part folk, part pop, and part worship band whose high energy and hipster style you will come to love! If you haven’t heard of them before, you will definitely want to hear more of them after you see them live on February 26th!
2.)What in the world does I Am They Mean?
The meaning behind I Am They is really significant. The band chose their name from the scriptures in John 17. In this chapter in verses 20-21, we find Christ praying to His Father saying “I am praying not only for these disciples but also for all who will ever believe in me through their message. I pray that they will all be one, just as you and I are one—as you are in me, Father, and I am in you. And may they be in us so that the world will believe you sent me.”
3.) What do they sing?
I Am They sings the song “From The Day.” You have probably heard this song on WAY-FM, but if you haven’t heard it yet check it out. It will probably be stuck in your head all day long, and that is a good thing!
4.) What makes I Am They an amazing band?
I Am They are amazing. However we can safely say it’s not because of their interpretive dance skills!
but that’s ok because we love everything else about this band. Not only do they put on a high energy show, but they have a deep love for Christ, and their passion is contagious.
5.) Where can you see I Am They Live in Concert?
Get your tickets today to see I Am They live at First Assembly on February 26th a long with Tenth Avenue North and Hawk Nelson. Get your tickets here!
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