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Amid racially-charged tensions in America, artists who performed at the 47th annual GMA Dove Awards are offering a Kingdom response to help heal the nation by representing love and unity.

At least that’s what gospel music singer-songwriter and budding Pastor, Tye Tribbett, told The Christian Post.

Tribbett co-hosted this year’s Dove Awards alongside Australian Christian pop duo for KING & COUNTRY that will be broadcast on national TV on Sunday.

The two Christian music acts represent different races, nationalities and genres in Christian music. More than just serving as hosts for one of the biggest annual Christian music awards shows that unites various genres, Tribbett believes they also represent unity in the Body of Christ during a time of racial division.

“The Doves has done an amazing job from year to year of showcasing a universal expression of praise and worship, and that’s one thing I really appreciate about the awards.

“I think it’s very necessary, especially during these days and times where I don’t know what’s up with this whole segregation and prejudice thing kind of trying to rear it’s ugly head back up,” Tribbett told CP before the taping of the Dove Awards on Tuesday. “When it comes to the Kingdom of God, we have to show love and unity. This is going to be an incredible time to showcase that.”


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