Band continues on 'Hits Deep Tour,' headlines Way-FM For Kids this spring
When Building 429 released "UNASHAMED," their latest project last fall, it was touted as the band's most powerful and anthemic album to date. The band is now excited to share their newly launched "I AM UNASHAMED" webpage. This is a place where one can read stories and view photos of how others are living their lives unashamed, and where one can also share his or her own story. The new webpage is a way to be part of a community, be inspired and encouraged daily, and so much more.
Building 429's frontman Jason Roy said, "The Scripture says, 'For I am unashamed of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, for it is in the power of God for salvation for anyone who believes.' We talk as Christians a lot about how we've been changed, how we've been set free by the love of Jesus Christ. But set free from what? We're not fooling anyone if we act like we've got it all together. For us to stand and say that we're unashamed also means at the very same time for us to be authentic. We have to share that, at one time, we were broken, and that the love of Jesus Christ has moved us from ashamed to unashamed."
Building 429 was recently given plaques from their record label to commemorate the No. 1 single, "Where I Belong," becoming RIAA gold-certified.
To find out more see how one can sign up and participate, check out: Building429.com/unashamed.
Building 429 continues on the road with TobyMac's "Hits Deep Tour," which runs through April 10. On April 20, the band will headline the WAY-FM For Kids tour throughout the south and Midwest. Compassion International sponsors the WAY-FM For Kids tour. For the most updated tour schedule, visit Building429.com.