Andrew Peterson will continue to speak up for orphans after the Show Hope charity announced it will be extending its partnership with the singer and author.
Peterson took part in his first official tour as a Show Hope artist during the autumn. The Light For The Lost Boy Tour visited 14 cities and was joined by indie rock trio Caleb.
Each night they shared about the work of orphan ministry Show Hope and encouraged fans to participate by becoming orphan sponsors.
Peterson has just kicked off his Behold The Lamb of God Christmas Tour and will help reach audiences with opportunities to care for orphans through the charity.
Show Hope said it was thrilled to announce the sponsorship of his latest tour.
Likewise Peterson said he was honoured to share about the ministry's sponsorship programme.
"One of Show Hope's biggest needs is sponsors and they need people willing to step up and give so that these children can find homes," he shares.
"For me to get to work with Show Hope and to be a small part in building the kingdom in this way, to show these children the love of Jesus, is profoundly moving.
"It's a small price to pay for a blessing that big."