The Whosoevers have launched a special 3 night streaming event, hosted exclusively on YouTube. The Home Takeover virtual tour will feature streams on December 28, 29 and 30, at 6:00 PM CST.
The streams will feature content that was recorded at recent Whosoevers events in Texas, including messages from Brian “Head” Welch (Korn, Love & Death), Sonny Sandoval (P.O.D.) and Ryan Ries. The Home Takeover is intended to bring the same hope that fills The Whosoevers’ live events right to viewers’ homes, wherever they are, whatever they are experiencing.
“These tours never get old. I always look forward to hanging with my Whosoever family and witnessing, first hand, what God can and will do with broken people, a little faith, and genuine love,” Whosoevers co-founder and P.O.D. frontman Sonny Sandoval shares. “From skateparks, detention centers, halfway homes and rehab facilities, to bars, clubs and right back around to your local church: the Good news will always be shared to anyone and everyone with a heart willing to listen. This is the gospel that I read in my Bible, and the Whosoevers have become my church.”
That’s a perspective that follow co-founder Ryan Ries shares. “After hearing Sonny and Brian speak at The R Bar in Galveston, I knew we had to find an outlet to release these messages into the world,” he explains.
Viewers can tune in to the livestreams on The Whosoevers YouTube channel. You can subscribe and turn on reminders to be notified when each livestream begins.
The Whosoevers is a movement dedicated to delivering the message of the gospel to a generation searching for meaning, empowering them to realize their true purpose in life. You can find out more at thewhosoevers.com, or by following them on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.