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What We Have Is Now Tour at PCA

Finding Favour with student Abi Pazderski

Finding Favour with student Abi Pazderski

David Dunn (center) with students (left to right) Anna Scott, Hannah Stone, Grace Gordon, and Meghan Boatright

David Dunn (center) with students (left to right) Anna Scott, Hannah Stone, Grace Gordon, and Meghan Boatright

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Bonray with students Ashton Dykes (left), Cadence Lynn (center), and Milligan Williams (right).

On Friday, March 24, Pinewood hosted the What We Have Is Now Tour, featuring Christian musicians Finding Favour, David Dunn, Jamison Strain, and Bonray, sponsored by PCA’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Originally from Lyons, Georgia, Finding Favour was formed in 2005; they are best known for songs including “Say Amen” and “Cast My Cares”. David Dunn’s hit, “Today Is Beautiful”, was inspired by a family trip to Disney World, and his newest album release features songs written about his family and childhood memories. Worship leader and singer-songwriter Jamison Strain released his first album in 2010 and has had success with his most notable songs “Let Me Soar” and “Beautiful Beginning”. 2014 startup Bonray is a classic family band, including Zac, Jesse, Jake, and Morgan Bonner.

In addition to the evening concert at 7:00, the artists gave a pre-concert to the students at the end of the school day, performing a few songs and answering audience questions from students and teachers. Finding Favour later had a Q&A session with VIP patrons before the concert.

The What We Have Is Now Tour was sponsored by Food for the Hungry, and international organization “providing life-changing resources such as clean water, medical aid, food, education, vocational training, spiritual development, and hope.” Learn more at https://www.fh.org/ .

The annual FCA concert event is a special opportunity for members of the community to enjoy great music that honors the Lord, to join together in worship, and to hear the gospel from artists who are using their talents to glorify God. The What We Have Is Now Tour was a success, and we look forward to next year’s event!

By Milligan Williams, junior

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