On Friday morning, June 10th, Gospel artist Kevin LeVar arrived at the White House in Washington, DC, to perform in celebration of African-American Music Appreciation Month.
LeVar’s appearance marked the launch of his year-long Forgive and Live Campaign, reaching all 50 states with the goal of restoring families, repairing friendships, strengthening communities and empowering people through the simple act of forgiveness.
“It was amazing to see the crowd react in a way you would not necessarily expect in a place such as the White House,” said LeVar’s manager Shondale Bostick. “White House staff and visitors alike were caught up in the music, and they clapped, cried, lifted their hands and sang along. It was powerful.”
LeVar performed songs from his debut album Let’s Come Together, including “He Reigns,” “Hiding Place,” “I’ll Say Yes” and his hit single “A Heart That Forgives,” which has created a movement to inspire one million acts of forgiveness.