SHOW HOPE EXTENDS PARTNERSHIP WITH ARTIST ANDREW PETERSON;
Peterson Continues As Show Hope Artist With His
Behold The Lamb Of God Christmas Tour

Show Hope™ has announced they will continue their partnership with Andrew Peterson to help reach audiences with opportunities to care for orphans. Show Hope will sponsor Peterson, who is a singer, songwriter, storyteller and award-winning author, as he kicks off his 13th Annual Behold The Lamb of God Christmas Tour, which opened Wednesday evening.
This fall he wrapped up his first official tour as a Show Hope artist, the 14-city Light For The Lost Boy Tour. On the nationwide tour Peterson was joined by indie-rock trio CALEB, where each night they shared about the orphan care ministry of Show Hope in hopes of raising sponsors to help provide orphans with families and forever transform the lives of children. The Light For The Lost Boy Tour and Behold The Lamb of God Christmas Tour are part of the many efforts to achieve Show Hope’s goal of obtaining 10,000 sponsors by 2013 in honor of their upcoming 10th anniversary.
Show Hope has a few tours already under their belts, thanks to previous concert runs with Steven Curtis Chapman and Michael W. Smith as well as Peterson. The ministry is thrilled to announce the sponsorship of this latest tour, which continues to broaden their artists and advocates program.
Andrew Peterson couldn’t be more thrilled to partner with Show Hope and is honored to share evening after evening about the ministry’s sponsorship program. “One of Show Hope’s biggest needs is sponsors and they need people willing to step up and give so that these children can find homes,” he shares. “For me to get to work with Show Hope and to be a small part in building the kingdom in this way, to show these children the love of Jesus, is profoundly moving,” Peterson continues. “It’s a small price to pay for a blessing that big.”
Behold The Lamb Of God Tour Dates:*
11/ 28 – Norfolk, NE
11/29 – Lincoln, NE
11/30 – Dubuque, IA
12/1 – Milford, OH
12/2 – Birmingham, AL
12/3 – Knoxville, TN
12/6 – Richmond, VA
12/7 – Gaithersburg, MD
12/8 – Concord, NH
12/11 – Montgomery, AL
12/12 – Charlotte, NC
12/13 – Whiteville, NC
12/14 – Orlando, FL
12/15 – Lakeland, FL
12/16 & 17 – Nashville, TN
12/19 – League City, TX
12/20 – Bullard, TX
*All dates subject to change
For more information, please visit  www.andrew-peterson.com/events.

(Photo of Andrew Peterson and CALEB from The Light For The Lost Boy Tour)

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