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Stream of Praise 2010 Tour Reached Over 10,000 in Taiwan

( [email protected] ) Aug 05, 2010 03:01 PM EDT
With their praise songs sang in most Chinese churches throughout the world, Stream of Praise ministries embarked on their 2010 Stream of Praise Worship Tour, beginning from Asia - Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan – in July.
In their Taiwan tour from July 20 till July 31, they held concerts in all major cities throughout northern and southern parts of the country, and the last two concerts were held at the Taiwan Arena, which attracted tens of thousands of participants. SOP

With their praise songs sang in most Chinese churches throughout the world, Stream of Praise ministries embarked on their 2010 Stream of Praise Worship Tour, beginning from Asia - Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan – in July.

In their Taiwan tour from July 20 till July 31, they held concerts in all major cities throughout northern and southern parts of the country, and the last two concerts were held at the Taiwan Arena, which attracted tens of thousands of participants.

Organized by Taipei Orphan Welfare Foundation, World Vision Taiwan, and Taipei City Government Department of Social Welfare, “Let Love Fly – Community Concert” aimed at serving the society through practical actions was held at the Taipei Arena in the afternoon and at night on July 31.

That afternoon, the First Lady of Taiwan, Christine Chow Ma, sang together the song “Small Dream”, which was composed by SOP, with the children from World Vision Taiwan.

While it is the first time since their founding to hold concert at Taiwan’s largest arena, the Chinese Christian contemporary music ministry opened the last concert with their newest song “Love Can be a Little Bit More” – the lyrics encourage people to not be afraid to get hurt, “Love can be a little bit more, for love from heavenly father removes the fear”. Through love, this world becomes a better place.