Extol has posted the lyric video for their song “Betrayal,” but in conjunction, have also released an exclusive t-shirt with 100 percent of the proceeds going toward New Life Mission Aid. If you want to donate more, you can do so at Extol’s website.

As spoken by vocalist Peter Espevoll through their press release:

When I wrote the lyrics for Betrayal I knew I wanted to try to join the worlds of Extol and the ministry we have with New Life Mission Aid, the organisation where I work. One of our main projects is giving orphans and homeless kids in Kenya a hope for the future. My idea was to make a sweet t-shirt that we could sell to Extol fans all over the world and give away all the profits. In that way we could all stand togther in helping these kids in Kenya.

An awesome song for a good cause.

Lyric Video 'Betrayal' t-shirt

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