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Something for the Soul

Soul-Tour-A3Bookings now being taken for  Garth’s 2014/15 tour

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With the release in July of the album “Something for the Soul”, and the publication of Garth’s new book “Occupied Territories – the Revolution of Love from Bethlehem to the Ends of the Earth”, this tour will feature new songs such as Steadfast Love, Wide Open Arms, and Beautiful Resistance, along with songs already familiar to those who have seen Garth in concert recently such as Tell ‘em About the Dream Martin (described as “an instant classic”), No Injustice Will Last Forever, and the beautiful Bethlehem is Calling. It’s easy to host Garth in concert, and by so doing you help bring themes of truth and justice to the forefront of your community – and materially help people around the world who receive support through Amos Trust projects.  You also get to enjoy a great evening of challenge and inspiration – and the fun which is always part of Garth’s concerts!

 

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Garth’s music – a view on Garth’s journey in music, song and justice

 

newsPicForty years ago Garth’s music and song lyrics challenged what had become the established way of doing things within the Christian church in the UK.  Firstly, he was a part of the movement within Christian music away from a particularly “sacred” sound, not afraid to bring Christian lyrics towards the mainstream popular style of music. This bridged the culture gap for his own and following generations…


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‘I remember when I was a kid seeing Garth Hewitt on stage. He was banging on about Christians having a heart for the poor and saving the world and frankly I didn’t get any of it. Garth has always been ahead of his time and we are all catching up with what God has been saying through Garth for the last 30 years. I wish I had listened closer, but it sometimes takes a lifetime to recognise a true prophet. It is people like Garth who make us look at the world differently and realise what it is to be a true Christian.’

 

- Martin Smith (Delirious?)