The ministry of multi-award winning singer Carman will visit the Texas Opry Theater with his S.A.V.E.D. 100 Percent Tour to 315 York Avenue in Weatherford, on Friday, March 11, at 7 p.m.
After the success of his No Plan B Tour, Carman returns in 2016 with his S.A.V.E.D. 100 Percent Tour making stops at venues across the country bringing new music to friends and fans nationwide.
“I’ve always sought to minister to the best of my ability. I wanted to help win as many souls for the kingdom as I possibly could,” Carman said. “Now I meet people who say ‘my life was so messed up 20 years ago, but I went to your concert, got saved and now I’m a worship pastor.’ Stories like that just go to show you how somebody’s life can completely turn around. I’m like a soldier who serves their country. I just want to serve people, and if just one guy got it, then it’s all been worth it.”
His popular release ‘No Plan B,’ a Norway Avenue Records release, is distributed by Capital Christian Distribution and is available at retail and digital outlets worldwide.
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The project features all original music by Carman including songs “No Plan B,” “I'm Coming Home,” “God Made Man,” “Jesus Heal” and several other songs.
“The main message of the whole album can be found in the title track, ‘No Plan B,’ which is how I’ve lived all these years,” said Carman. “Even if I only have a few more on this earth, I’ll still be preaching, giving altar calls, winning souls for the kingdom and singing the songs that have the power to bring deliverance into people’s lives, whether it be in front of 20 people or 20,000 people.
“God doesn’t call us to be popular,” he said. “He calls us to be effective and that’s always been my goal, effective right up to the end. Jesus is ‘Plan A.’ There is ‘No Plan B.’”
Carman is the only Christian artist who filled stadiums across the globe, from record holdings like 72,132 people at Texas Stadium, 50,000 plus in Johannesburg, South Africa, and 80,000 in Chattanooga, Tenn. He has a grand total of 1.5 million cumulative attendees during three national tours. Joining President and Mrs. Reagan and Dr. Billy Graham in the honor, he received House of Hope Humanitarian Award.
His career has yielded seven Dove Awards, a quartet of Grammy nominations, plus 16 RIAA Certified Platinum and Gold albums and videos amassing to well over 10 million cumulative career record sales.
Tickets range from $10-25 with VIP for $100. General Admission is $10. Youth 18 and under are free in G.A. seating with no ticket required. A love offering will be received. For more information, call 817-341-1000. Tickets available online at http://www.itickets.com/ or charge by phone 800-965-9324.