Michael Tait and Lynda Randle Reunite For ‘Together For Christmas’ Tour

Lynda Randle and Michael Tait Together For Christmas
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Two of Christian music’s most celebrated siblings and unparalleled vocalists, Dove Award winner Lynda Randle and GRAMMY-nominated Newsboys frontman Michael Tait, are once again joining forces for their popular “Together For Christmas” Tour. The genre-spanning duo is slated to present eight concerts in a total of six cities across the country this holiday season.

The limited-run Christmas outing launches November 27 at Blue Gate Performing Arts Center in Shipshewana, Indiana, where Randle and Tait will welcome special guest GRAMMY-nominated trio Point of Grace for one night only. The “Together For Christmas” Tour will also hit Alexandria, Virginia (two shows); Santa Clarita, California; Great Bend, Kansas; and Westover, Alabama, before concluding December 18 following dual concerts at Orlando, Florida’s Family Church.

Presenting an evening of fan favorites, sacred carols and holiday classics backed by their band, the siblings will showcase a range of solo and collaborative moments, including their popular “White Christmas” and “Go Tell It On The Mountain” duets. In addition, Randle will deliver such signature songs as “God On The Mountain” and “Motherless Child,” with Tait taking the stage to perform “God’s Not Dead” and “We Believe,” among other Newsboys hits. Continuing a beloved “Together For Christmas” Tour tradition, the duo will reflect on holidays past, sharing cherished memories from family Christmases in their hometown of Washington, D.C.

“After a year of so much loss and grief, I feel blessed to be able to bring some hope, cheer and the joy of Christmas to our audiences on the ‘Together For Christmas’ Tour,” Randle says. “And being able to do that with my ‘bestie’ brother is icing on the cake!”

“Christmas is by far the best time of the year for me,” adds Tait. “It doesn’t get any better than singing classic Christmas songs and carols with my lovely sister and sibling best friend.”

Known for their holiday collaborations both on and off the road, last year Randle and Tait were among an all-star lineup of performers for the 98th National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. Presented by The National Park Foundation and The National Park Service, the on-demand broadcast event culminated with the lighting of the National Christmas Tree at President’s Park in the Nation’s Capital.

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  • How come these Christian musicians seem to be too holy to talk to a regular Christian like myself? I’ve tried to contact countless Christians like this but none of them ever respond. It just doesn’t make any sense.

    But to do good and to communicate forget not: for with such sacrifices God is well pleased. (Hebrews 13:16 KJV)

    That thou keep this commandment without spot, unrebukeable, until the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ: 
    Charge them that are rich in this world, that they be not highminded, nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the living God, who giveth us richly all things to enjoy; That they do good, that they be rich in good works, ready to distribute, willing to communicate; Laying up in store for themselves a good foundation against the time to come, that they may lay hold on eternal life.  (1 Timothy 6:14, 17-19 KJV)

    The vast majority never seem to obey the most basic common sense commandments of the bible. There are two main ways to please God. The first way is to have faith. The second way is to communicate. Yet I don’t see that in the world today.

    Arists like Michael Tait have inspired me since I was way younger yet all these people like him seem so blind to the truth. There’s never any excuse to ignore people. We have the technology to communicate at our fingertips. People are always willing to take a number and wait. Yet, we’re never given a chance to talk to such people. I just can’t understand why and I don’t think I ever will be able to understand because God’s word teaches me that communicate is the nervous system for the body of Christ to operate properly

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