Tye Tribbett who kicked off The Bloody Win Tour with JJ Hairston, Tasha Cobbs and JeKalyn Carr Easter weekend in Florida, says it’s not really time for passive Christians when explaining how the energy of the tour is really aggressive.
“I feel like the energy is really aggressive and I feel like it’s not really time for passive Christians. It’s time for us to take it by force,” he told The Christian Post. “The title ‘Bloody Win’ is provocative and that’s on purpose. The whole spirit of the whole night will be aggressive victory.”
When the music stops and people leave the show, Tribbett said he expects them to feel empowered to conquer trials in their lives.
“Everybody is going to leave knowing that they’re more than a conqueror,” he said. “We want them to leave empowered and go forward knowing without the shadow of a doubt that they’ve already won even the situation that they’re still in. That’s my intent.”