Integrity Music’s Deluge, critically acclaimed worship band, will appear on “The 700 Club” on Tuesday morning, June 15.  CBN’s popular Christian news and talk program airs on ABC Family Channel at 9am CST/10am EST.
After performing live in “The 700 Club” studios in Virginia Beach, Va., Deluge heads to Hawaii, participating in the Breathe Youth Conference at the Word Of Life Christian Center in Honolulu, Hawaii June 17-20.  They will finish out the by going back to their home church of the Bethany World Prayer Center in Baton Rouge for the 220 Youth Conference.  Among their tour dates for July is an appearance at Creation Festival in Harrisburg, Penn.  Follow the band at http://twitter.com/Deluge to find out more about where the band will be in the coming months.
Deluge released their sophomore project in April.  Unshakable is a studio-recorded worship album that paints a lyrical picture of a “tried by fire” faith set to an energetic, alt-rock and sometimes experimental soundscape.  Jonathan Stockstill, band frontman and worship pastor at the 10,000+-member Bethany World Prayer Center in Baton Rouge, penned all of the songs with help from his band mates and in one instance, his brother Joel.  According to Stockstill, the songs are an outpouring of the joy, anger, pain and hope that his family and church experienced over the past two years.
Deluge is comprised of Jonathan Stockstill (vocals, keys, acoustic guitar), Nathan Munsell (electric guitar), Andrae Harrison (drums), Corey Bastin (bass) and Keith Gassette (electric guitar). To learn more about Deluge, visit http://www.delugeband.com/ or http://www.integritymusic.com/. For more information on Bethany’s 220 Ministry, visit http://www.220power.com/.

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