ATI choir to perform Super Bowl halftime show
After the debacle of Janet Jackson's performance, National Football League officials have sought "family-friendly" entertainers to perform during the NFL's highly-rated halftime show. Recent artists have included U2, Tom Petty, and the Rolling Stones.
ATI families around the country were thrilled to learn that the IBLP Headquarters Staff Choir has been selected to perform for Super Bowl XLV. (For a sample of their work, click here.) "The NFL strongly believes in character qualities and humanitarian service," said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. "We searched far and wide and selected the IBLP Choir as the best representatives of our league. We're confident this group will have no wardrobe malfunctions."
"The IBLP Choir is thrilled to have this opportunity to shine their light for the Lord," said Bill Gothard, ATI's well-loved president and founder. "Football itself can be a distraction from the higher calling that God has for us, but we trust that our acapella harmonies and handbells will persuade the Super Bowl audience to lay aside worldly pursuits and begin developing a mighty spirit."