Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Saved Festival: A Worship Concert at Araneta Coliseum (Nov. 26, 2011)

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SAVED FESTIVAL 2011 is going to rally local churches in the Philippines to rise up to the true calling of a SAVED life in Jesus Christ, who is worthy of all glory and honor and praise! This worship concert will be held at the Araneta Coliseum in Cubao, Quezon City on November 26, 2011 at 6pm.

These days, many people call themselves Christians, but how many continue to live a compromised life? How many belittle the ultimate sacrifice on the cross by continuing their sinful ways? This is the heart of SAVED FESTIVAL 2011, which will launch the BIGGEST praise and worship event and the first festival of its kind in the country, with the emphasis on “Christ-likeness”!

Citipointe Live (Australia)

Gary Valenciano (Philippines)

Our conviction is to remind Christians that accepting Christ does not end with the sinner’s prayer, but is a continuous commitment to turn away from sin and focus on a relationship with God. Even those of us who serve in church and are leaders in our spiritual family can still be compromising certain areas of our lives.

Jodi King (Canada)

Martin Smith (United Kingdom)

By continuing to indulge in our personal desires instead of following His way, we reject His sovereignty as our Lord and Savior.

Parachute Band (New Zealand)

Quest (Philippines) 

This is the guiding theme that SAVED FESTIVAL 2011 revolves on, as we reach out to over 15,000 Filipinos for one amazing night of praise and worship for Him alone. International and local Christian artists such as Citipointe Live, Quest, Martin Smith, Sideshow, Starfield, Gary Valenciano, Jodi King and Parachute Band will be part of the artists live onstage!

Starfield (Canada)

Sideshow (Philippines)

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