Praise Dynamics, the praise and worship team of the Nativity Congregation, La, of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana will be staging a musical concert at 4:00pm on Sunday, September 17 dubbed 'Dynamic Praiz 2017'.The concert which is under the theme 'This Wonder God… Deuteronomy 10:17' is an annual flagship praise and worship concert of the La Nativity Praise Dynamics that began in 2008.It is meant to give an opportunity to congregants and residents around the church to lift up their hearts,...
Irene SowahGospel singer Irene Sowah has released her second gospel single titled 'Obiara Ɛnte Sɛ Wo'.The song, according to Irene, was released to fulfil her desire to reach many more people and to share with the world the love of Christ through rich songs of worship.Speaking to NEWS-ONE, Irene revealed that the song was written by the husband, Mr Anang Sowah.“My husband is a very talented musician and a very passionate one as such when it comes to music.
Irene SowahIrene Sowah will release a worship single titled 'Yesu Di Hene' (Jesus Reigns) to mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ across the world.The event which comes off at the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Nativity Congregation, La, on Sunday, April 16 is supported by the Praise Dynamics, a praise and worship team of the church.According to the songstress, she has been active in the music ministry since the late 1980s and was inspired to record songs because of the desire to share the...
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