Former God's Property member Jontez is currently traveling the globe as part of a USO Tour organized by AFE (Armed Forces Entertainment). The tour kicked off in Alaska on June 16th and will take Jontez to military bases in Guam, Japan and South Korea before wrapping up on the 18th of July. Jontez is touring in support of his solo debut And So It Is..., which was released by Lightyear Entertainment (WEA and Word Distribution) in October. A child prodigy at 12, Jontez received regional acclaim via a ministry-focused Tejano band before finding himself in a worship leadership position at Bishop T.D. Jakes’ Potter’s House. As part of the multi-platinum group God’s Property, Jontez has had the opportunity to share the stage with the likes of Erykah Badu, Amy Grant, Jaci Velasquez and Point of Grace. Since releasing his debut last fall, Jontez hit the road with Shoutfest, performing in cities nationwide alongside popular Christian acts like Jump5, ZOEgirl, Skillet, KJ-52, Disciple, Krystal Meyers and others. He also toured with Rachael Lampa, Bryan Duncan, Martha Munizzi, Kurt Carr and Heather Powers for December's Joy to the World Christmas Celebration tour. For more information, visit the official website at www.jontez.net.
Moody Publishers (MP) is partnering with Oasis Audio and Tyndale Español for the simultaneous release of the English and Spanish print and audiobook editions of The Five Languages of Apology by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas, releasing in September.
7/3/6 Devin Garza: He's an OB-GYN doctor from Texas who decided to make a
CD, called Rescue Me, after a dramatic encounter with God while
driving in a rainstorm in Hawaii in 2004. The songs on Rescue Me are,
according to Garza, written in prayer and as prayers. For more info,
Salvador: As this summer heats up so does the acclaimed Austin-based
Latin Jam Band Salvador. With a new album, Dismiss The Mystery,
releasing August 29th and a Fall tour in the works, Salvador is
showing no signs of taking time off this season. Salvador erupted
onto the music scene seven years ago surrounded by buzz of its
soulful music, powerful vocals, and phenomenal live performances.
Their widespread appeal to both pop and Latin audiences keeps the
band touring an average of 200 dates a year, with appearances at Teen
Mania's Acquire The Fire youth conferences, Promise Keepers events as
well as Billy Graham and Franklin Graham Crusades. Salvador now has
six records to its credit, including the Spanish-language album Con
Poder, which won the 2004 Dove Award for "Spanish Language Album of
the Year." The band has produced two Top 5 radio hits with "Breathing
Life" and "Crucified" in addition to multiple Billboard Latin Music
Award nominations. For more information on Salvador, visit
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