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We The Kingdom took the stage and captivated audiences last Friday in Knight Performance Hall at UNW. In celebration of their new album release, the playlist included “Miracle Power,” “Family” and “God is on the Throne.” The evening’s theme centered on the message that “God loves you and won’t give up on you, no matter what you have done. Above all, God is in control.”

From right to left: Melissa Clutter and her daughter Natalie, Victoria Smith, Ben Lundsten and Amy Kyllo students jumped in to volunteer at the lobby merchandise table selling the band’s t-shirts and CDs. Volunteer Amy Kyllo (Public Relations ’22) reported it got “crazy swamped” after the concert with people wanting a souvenir to remember this concert, but most of the rest of the time was just busy enough to keep theMEL students engaged.

Kyllo’s familiarity with We The Kingdom stems from listening to KTIS quite a bit, and her favorite song is “Holy Water.” The song’s beautiful lyrics show desperation for more of God and His forgiveness:

Your forgiveness
Is like sweet, sweet honey on my lips
Like the sound of a symphony to my ears
Like Holy water on my skin

The encouraging music We The Kingdom produces leaves an impact on its listeners. For many people, being able to hear it live was remarkable and a night to remember.