Christian Group Gives Back Amidst Personal Grief

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One of Christian music's most celebrated groups, The Katinas, will hold a benefit concert to help raise money for the tsunami hit region of Samoa.
The Katinas, an acapella group who claim Samoa as their native homeland, lost both family and friends in the disaster.
The concert called the Hope for Samoa Benefit Concert is set for Wednesday, Oct. 7

Christian artist Natalie Grant and American Idol's Melinda Doolittle will also join the group for the concert.

Brothers Sam, Joe, James, John and Jesse Katina joined CBN News via Skype to discuss their personal connection to the tragedy.

Click play to hear what they are doing to raise relief funds for those in need and how others can get involved by donations and prayer.

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