World’s renowned religious reggae band CHRISTAFARI will return to the Solomon Islands for the second time in two years, this October.
The band announced there next visit here in their website, at the beginning of this year.
This is part of their musical mission to the Melanesian countries – Papua New Guinea (PNG), Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and Fiji.
Here, they will stage two appearances in Honiara on Friday 7th, and Saturday 8th.
The venues are yet to be confirmed.
“We are musicianaries; musical missionaries with one primary goal; to reach as many different peoples and nations as possible with the undiluted gospel of Jesus Christ.
“We commit to sharing this great news through our lives, humanitarian efforts, music and at each of our outreach events with a clear call to salvation. We desire that all of our actions and songs give glory to God, edify the body of Christ and encourage the church to embrace diverse styles of worship,” the group’s official website quoted as said.
Christafari was here last October where they also performed two remarkable shows attracting thousands of people during their shows at the Town Ground Stadium, west Honiara.
It was a spiritually touching live performance by the world renowned gospel band that touched and attracted close to a thousand hearts in Honiara that came to watch the concert.
Men, women and children all gathered to witness the moving stage performance of the band at the last day of concert.
With his unique stage routine, the band’s front-man Mark Mohr caused tears to the eyes of many as he shared reality and life touching testimonies of himself and his wife, Avion Blackman.
The people of Solomon Islands will again be able to see the group live during their next stop over in the Hapi Isles – which is just next Friday and Saturday.
Source: Solomon Star/Solomon Today Post