Integrity Music's Austin and Lindsey Adamec announce they will join the Gospel Music Association and Love Justice International tomorrow evening for the special online fundraising concert #LOVEGOESVIRAL. The husband and wife duo also announce they will release their EP, Sound of the House, on September 11.
This is the first time the Adamec's partner with the GMA/Love Justice Concert event, which began in March. #LOVEGOESVIRAL is a fundraiser for the GMA Foundation's COVID-19 Disaster Assistance Fund, assisting those in the Christian music/Gospel music community onstage and behind the scenes. The purpose of the fund is to offer relief to those whose health and basic necessities have been dramatically affected by COVID-19.
The Adamec's could not be happier on participating in the fundraiser, sharing, "We feel strongly that in order to see real change in the world we have to fight for justice the way Jesus would. We are honored to partner with the GMA and Love Justice International for this special at-home worship experience in hopes to bring awareness and inspire people to join forces with us to fight for freedom in ending human trafficking in our country and our world.
The incredible thing about Love Justice is they aren't fragmented in their pursuits, but in addition to fighting human trafficking, they are going even further by finding people around the world who don't have items that are essential for survival and are providing for their needs during this COVID crisis. These new friends of ours are the kind of heroes we feel honored to link arms with and we couldn't be more excited for this special night in God's presence together. We hope you will join us."
About Austin & Lindsey Adamec:
Based in Jacksonville, Florida, the Adamec's share a passion for gathering people from all walks of life and creating a safe space for intimate worship. After residing in Nashville, Tennessee for several years to pursue individual artist careers, they felt God calling them back to Florida to work together as worship pastors. They soon saw a new season of ministry expand beyond the church walls into maximum security prison campuses and public pavilions where there were many attempts to shut down their worship by religious protestors. It was in those moments they felt God showing them how there is no space He won't invade.
Opening their home for monthly gatherings and inviting people from across the community to worship together, the Adamec's shared, "We asked ourselves what if our cherished house hangs turned into a sanctuary for the presence of Jesus? What if church wasn't just on a Sunday but any moment someone walked through our front door?"
The gatherings have been a life source for many, growing beyond expectations, bringing a stronger sense of community, and a greater passion for the presence of God. In turn, this has sparked a new sound for the couple and will be heard on the new songs found on the forthcoming EP.