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Family Altar marks 3rd Anniversary celebrations in style

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Family Altar, a non-denominational Christian ministry has marked its 3rd-anniversary celebrations with recommitment towards building happy families across the globe for the Lord Jesus Christ.

The glorious celebration which started from Wednesday, September 18 to Sunday, September 23, 2019, recorded many miracles including the growth of a short leg to the normal. The healing of chronicle headache and the release of fresh grace for the next level.

The event was well graced by members, renowned preachers, gospel musicians, and some prominent personalities.

Gospel musicians who ministered at the event include; Award-winning Pastor Cwesi Oteng, Gifty Empress, Minister Rabi Ankomah Jnr.

Renowned Televangelist, Rev DR. Lawrence Tetteh was there on the last 2 days to help climax the anniversary celebration.
Many miracles were recorded including the growth of a short leg, deaf ear healed at once and many more.

Reverend Moses Bennisan, the founder and General Overseer, in his speech has recounted the beginning of the Family Altar ministry in September 2017 and how far the good Lord has brought him and the ministry.

He also touched on how the ministry since its inception has transformed many lives in Ghana and abroad through countless testimonies and miracles.

He also expressed his heartfelt gratitude to all the members who made the anniversary celebration a memorable one.

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Gospel musician Nhyira Betty is Now a Graduate

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The Ghanaian gospel music industry contains numerous of pure talents and amazing ministers who always make music and Christianity so attractive and appealing.

The country’s industry has groomed, produced, and nurtured many people to make good use of their God-given talents and Nhyira Betty is one of those.

Listing Ghana gospel giants without Nhyira Betty is just an improper fraction or forcing the possibility to be impossible.

The “Barima Ena” hitmaker has successfully cemented her stay and inclusion into the gospel industry in Ghana and has being in existence over a decade.

The gospel sensational has healed and preached to many souls through music at various occasions but most especially at churches across the globe.

Nhyira Betty is a blessing to many lives, and indeed a public asset.

She has four albums to her credit and has been featured on many songs from her colleague ministers (musicians) of God.

The country’s industry has groomed, produced, and nurtured many people to make good use of their God-given talents and Nhyira Betty is one of those.

Listing Ghana gospel giants without Nhyira Betty is just an improper fraction or forcing the possibility to be impossible.

The “Barima Ena” hitmaker has successfully cemented her stay and inclusion into the gospel industry in Ghana and has being in existence over a decade.

The gospel sensational has healed and preached to many souls through music at various occasions but most especially at churches across the globe.

Nhyira Betty is a blessing to many lives, and indeed a public asset.

She has four albums to her credit and has been featured on many songs from her colleague ministers (musicians) of God.

Betty Nhyira Boateng, known in the showbiz industry as Nhyira Betty, is not just a well established and anointed singer, but also a proud Lady Pastor.

At Christ Apostolic University College, which is affiliated to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), the gospel musician Nhyira Betty, successfully graduated from this prestigious school with certificate in theology on Saturday, November 30, 2019 in Kumasi, Asante Region.

Lady Pastor Nhyira Betty is a mother of beautiful five children, and the wife of Kwadwo Boateng Collins, publicly known as DJ Coxbi at Zylofon 102.1FM.

Lady Pastor Nhyira Betty is currently out with another amazing album, titled “Alter Call”. It is available at all music shops online and stores.

Congratulations woman of God.

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Source: Kojo Boateng Coxbi
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Joyce Blessing to hold Doxazo 2019 on December 15

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Multi-award-winning gospel sensation Joyce Blessing after treating Kumasi to a wonderful moment of spirit-filled gospel experience at the Unbreakable Concert is set to hold the first Edition of DOXAZO in Accra.

Organized by DaveJoy Productions and Unbreakable Ministries, the event promises to be an awesome experience for patrons and congregation who will gather at Alive Chapel to worship, praise, extol and celebrate the good Lord.

DOXAZO 2019 is slated for Sunday 15th December 2019 at Alive Chapel International, Tesano Accra at 4 PM and will feature special ministration from seasoned gospel acts including SP Kofi Sarpong, Jayana, Obaapa Christy, Piesie Esther, Tagoe Sisters and more.

Joyce Blessing is known to be one of the most powerful and anointed vocalists. She owns hit songs like; I swerve You, Adam Nana, Repent, Heavy Price, Onyankopon, Monko Moakyi, Nyame Aguamma, Boot 4 Boot, The Lord’s Prayer and More.

With reference to her live ministrations and performances, she is unquestionably a crowd puller owing to her style of gospel music and Doxazo 2019 will definitely be an experience worth remembering.

Sponsors include: Joyce Blessing Help Me Grow Foundation, GTP, Borges Olive Oil, HelloGH, Verna, Remedi Entertainment, Airtel Tigo, GT Bank, Mobicom Ghana, DDP Outdoor Limited, Jayana Beauty Academy, Boomplay, and Prabon Greenfields.

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Rev Obofour Takes Full Cost Of Bro Sammy’s Album Launch

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Reverend Obofuor has once again shown his benevolence.

The affluent man of God has single handedly financed the upcoming album launch of gospel sensation brother Sammy.

The “Nation’s Worshipper” as he is affectionately called launches his fourth album, “Aduro Bia Nka Dem” on Sunday, November 24, 2019.

A very pleased Brother Sammy made this revelation in an interview with Zionfelix uncut.

He said, “the venue for the launch; all the giant billboards advertising the launch and everything about the launch has been funded by rev. Obofuor”.

Reverend Obofuor is also the chairman for this mega launch. The album launch comes off at Dichemso Assemblies of God church in Kumasi.

Stars expected to grace the event include Nana Ama Mcbrown, Emelia Brobbey, Yaw Dabo, Mama Esther, Akuapem Poloo, Tracey Boakye and many more. Entry is absolutely free and it promises to be an amazing experience with Christ.

 

 

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I’ve Never Had Sex With Akuapem Poloo – Bro Sammy Finally Breaks Silence On Allegation

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Ghanaian gospel musician, Brother Sammy has finally reacted to allegations that he had a sexual encounter with Akuapem Poloo when they were at the ‘Baby Mama’ movie set in Kumasi.

The ‘Aduro Biaa Nkadem’ composer denied having her way with Rosemond Brown aka Akuapem Poloo during an interview with Zion Felix on Radio Univers’ ‘Brunch2Lunch Entertainment’ show.

He questioned why he didn’t have an affair with any of the characters but only Akuapem Poloo.

“Everybody wake up and say whatever they want in Ghana. There were many women on the set so why will they make this allegation of me sleeping with only Akuapem Poloo. Somebody is making this up and if you don’t take care, you will commit a sin. There is no truth in that,” he debunked the rumour.

Brother Sammy is gearing up towards the launch of his ‘Aduro Biaa Nkadem’ album at the Dichemso Assemblies of God Church in Kumasi on Sunday, November 24, 2019, at 1:30 PM.

The Nation’s Worshipper divulged many Ghanaian gospel musicians and celebrities have been invited to the program.

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Travis Greene confirms Ghana has the best women, jollof rice

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The 2018 Stellar Awards Artist of the Year Travis Greene, has confirmed Ghana has the best jollof in Africa.

He also added that the Ghana has the best women as his wife is Ghanaian.

Travis Greene is currently in the country for The Heaven on Earth Conference, an annual conference organized by the Empowerment Worship Centre, under the leadership of Prophet Gideon Danso.

This year’s event, which is themed “Thy Will be Done” saw live ministrations from Tim Godfrey of “Nara Ekele Mo” fame and EWC Live.

 

 

During one of the services Travis Greene said he is always excited to be in Ghana as they serve the best jollof and best women.

“There is no place in the world like Ghana, Ghana has the best Jollof rice and the best women because I married one, he said.

The Empowerment Worship Centre is a Bible-believing church with the mandate to win souls and prepare them for the soon-coming of Christ.

Source: Ghanaweb

 

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I would’ve been a better artiste without my marijuana addiction – Lord Kenya

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Former Hiplife artiste, Lord Kenya, says he would have been a better artiste if not for his addiction to marijuana.

In an interview with JoyNews, the singer-turned-pastor said his indulgence made his brain work in inappropriate ways that hurt his career.

“I forget myself easily. I got to the studio and instead of doing the right thing, I’ll be shouting here and there, thinking that I am doing the right thing,” he stated.

Lord Kenya explained that he was naturally gifted hence it was unnecessary to get high on drugs and weed to boost his performances on and off the stage.

Born Abraham Philip Akpor Kojo Kainya, the musician rose to fame in the late 90s when he joined Slip Entertainment Music owed by Mark Okraku Mantey.

His album ‘Sika Baa’ earned him several nominations at the Ghana Music Awards in 2001, including winning the Artiste of the Year award.

He, however, announced his break from secular music to be a pastor in October 2010.

Although the news came as a surprise, many fans suspected the rapper would go back to pursing hiplife, like many of his colleagues who had chosen the pulpit only to abandon it again.

However, the rapper is staying strong while preaching to people the word of God explaining he is grateful to be away from the life he used to lead.

“Basically marijuana affected me in the way I reason. I would say things that I don’t even remember,” Lord Kenya stated.

The former rapper has cautioned Ghanaians who are pushing massively for the legalisation of marijuana, to tread cautiously adding, “we don’t have to rush into it.”

According to him, many of these people are pushing for the legalisation because they would make money out of it.

“They think economically it makes sense because there is money there but we have to be careful. Because if it’s not regulated, people would take it anyhow,” he added.

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Joyce Blessing Wins Outstanding Woman in Music Award at GOWA 19

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Multi award winning gospel sensation Joyce Blessing on Friday 8th November at the National Theatre was awarded with the Most Outstanding Woman in Music award at GOWA Awards Night.

The ADAM NANA singer since her emergence in the music industry has validated her musical ingenuity through her  songs and stage artistry.

Joyce Blessing was nominated in the Outstanding Woman in Music Category with the likes of Becca, Wendy Shay, Ohemaa Mercy and others.

 

In a speech after receiving her award, Joyce Blessing thanked everyone for supporting her ministry and encouraged all women never to lose hope but to capitalize on even the little opportunity at their disposal

Ghana Outstanding Women Awards organized by Askof Media seeks to honour women who are involved in social change and are contributing their quota to the development of Ghana

Source: GospelGh

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Ghana in economic storm – Agyinasare wades into financial sector cleanup

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Delivering the sermon on Sunday (November 10)  Bishop Charles Agyinasare admitted “we have economic storm” in Ghana, classfmonline.com has reported.

He recounted the experiences of many of his associates and church members to illustrate his assertion.
‘Bishop, all my savings and investments are gone’. Another said: ‘In your book, ‘Money in Your Pocket’, you encouraged us to save for our future and, so, I’ve been investing but here I am; it’s gone’.

As if that was not enough, “A young man who had asked his employers to be investing 20 per cent of his salary in provident funds said: ‘Bishop, I should have been eating well with my wife than to be squeezing to live and losing all my investment,’” he shared yet another experience.

The Bank of Ghana sponsored the financial sector cleanup which saw the licences of 53 fund management firms revoked Friday.

This comes after the closure of 10 banks about a year ago. This was followed with the closure of 347 Microfinance Companies and 28 Savings and Loans companies.

Bishop Agyinasare who appeared overwhelmed by the experiences of his church members said he could only say “Wow, money is failing just as it did in biblical Egypt.”

But on Sunday words did not fail him as before. He encouraged the victims of the cleanup exercise.

He fell on the example of the biblical  Isaac to demonstrate to the congregation how God can still bless people abundantly in the midst of crises.

“God will bless you… I came to encourage you. If in the same year God could bless Isaac, the Lord will bless you.

“The Bible says the man [Isaac] waxed great, he went forward, he grew until he became very great; that’ll be your portion, and that will be your testimony,” he said to a rapturous amen.

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