During the Juno Awards ceremony in Halifax this past weekend a few of the nominees in the Christian category came together to sing of God's goodness. 

The nominees included Stirling John, K-Anthony, Tuzee, Joshua Leventhal, and Brooke Nicholls. Three of those nominees came together to sing a cover of 'Goodness of God' in the hallway, originally sung by Bethel Music. 

"Myself and my band, K-Anthony and Tuzee got together and jammed out a cover of 'Goodness of God' unplugged before flying back across Canada to our provinces of Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Alberta," says Stirling John on Instagram. "It was a pleasure to spend time with you all this weekend in Halifax and meet so many amazing people!"


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K-Anthony ended up taking home the Juno award for Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year but not before making a few new friends. 

"Huge congrats to my friend and brother in Christ @kanthonylive on winning Gospel Album of the Year at the Junos!!" says Tuzee on Instagram. "So proud of you buddy."

The nominees in the Christian category live all across Canada and each of them made the flight out to Halifax to take in the Canadian music awards show live, except for Joshua Leventhal. 

"Dreams do come true with God, faith, and perseverance!" says K-Anthony on Facebook after his win.