Thousands thrilled at 2019 August Worship

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The atmosphere at the Maker’s House Chapel was charged, as thousands thronged the venue to have an encounter with God at 9th edition of August Worship on Sunday.

This year’s event, under the theme, “Waiting in Worship”, was held at the Maker’s House Chapel International in Kwabenya Point 1, at 3pm.

However, hours ahead of the time scheduled for the event, the auditorium, together with the parking lots outside were filled to capacity.

With such a charged environment, the event started with a prayer session, which was followed by choreography from the Addicted 2 Christ (A2C) team, to pave way for the moment everyone was waiting for.

The Love Creed, opened the curtains with awe-inspiring praise and worship, which raised the energy levels in and outside the auditorium.

The man of the moment, Jeshurun Okyere, together with upcoming gospel artiste, Kyei Mensah, were first to perform, as they thrilled the gathering with an amazing display.

Jeshurun then changed the regular order, went out of the auditorium to lead patrons outside in praise, a move which was received with a lot of applauds.

He also performed some old and new songs like victory & Yahweh, as well as did a collaboration with Joe Mettle on stage.

It was then time for “Bo noo ni” Hitmaker, Joe Mettle, as usual, he unleashed some anointing onto the gathering with his superb delivery.

He blessed the gathering with songs like Bo Noo Ni, Onwanwani, Turning around among some new songs from his Wind of Revival album.

The mantle of worship was handed over to Ghanaian worship diva, Ceccy Twum, who also powered the gathering to another level of encounter with God, with a rendition of some classic hymns.

Afy Douglas and Victoria Orenze had their turn to worship with thousands of young people gathered at the Maker’s House Chapel International.

Dr. Michael Boadi Nyamekye of the Maker’s House Chapel International touched on the need to have an encounter with God during worship and raised funds for Jeshurun Okyere Global Outreach (JOGO).

August Worship an annual gospel music concert which brings together Christians and gospel music lovers from all walks of life on one platform to celebrate Christ through praise and worship was powered by JOGO with support from the Excellence in Broadcasting (EIB).

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PHOTOS: Thousands throng ICGC for Ohemaa Mercy’s Tehillah Experience 2019

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Thousands of people thronged the premises of ICGC to have an encounter with God in worship at the 6th edition of Ohemaa Mercy’s Tehilla Experience which happened last Sunday, August 12, 2019.

The concert dubbed, ‘The Holy Spirit Experience’ witnessed spirit-filled performances from Kenya’s Evelyn Wanjiru, South Africa’s Lebo Sengobela, Zimbabwe’s Michael Mahendere and Ghana’s very own Elder Mreku, Ceccy Twum, Diana Hamilton and Joe Mettle also joined Ohemaa Mercy on stage.

The night saw personalities from the clergy fraternity, media and the gospel music industry who graced the occasion.

Ohemaa Mercy who was the headline act of the show put a spectacular performance. Dressed in a classy white dress, the ‘Aseda’ hitmaker started her performance with a low note song. She accompanied her performance with powerful dance moves and carried her fans along throughout her performance.

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FRED KYEI MENSAH WRITES: Joe Mettle holds successful Wind of Revival Concert

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Contrary to the notion that Gospel Music Concerts are not patronized because of organizational challenges, logistics, different Christian religious doctrines, venues, sponsorship, etc, if well planned like the one I witnessed today, patronage can be good.


It was well patronized. Patrons with VIP tickets were treated with gifts. The house was full. Security was top notch. Almost everyone was screened before entry. A lot of celebrities and top Gospel acts, graced the occasion.


It was so on point with little or minor hitches. Coordination was good with every screen working.


The sound was good though occasionally the sound engineer forgot to open the front of the house speakers.
The performances started around 5.25 pm with Kyei Mensah doing the opening act followed by Carl Clottey and Isaac Ackah, the son of the late Jewel Ackah. Then came Qwesi Oteng and Ceecy Twum. They did well.

Joe Mettle didn’t disappoint at all. For about an hour, he and his talented instrumentalists wowed the audience with songs after songs. Gospel Music normally flows with worship songs and you can trust Joe Mettle, the only Gospel Artiste to have won the VGMA artiste of the year which is the coveted one. He invited his visiting Gospel musician friend, Jonathan Nelson from the USA who spread the holy spirit with his soothing voice to the admiration of the audience.

KODA added spice on the show with his vintage performance. He did so well. The show closed around 10.15 pm with another set of performances from Joe Mettle.

Joe Mettle made a fervent appeal about how Gospel Musicians suffer to get sponsorships for such programs and his concert virtually had no “major sponsors”. Because of doctrinal differences, it is very hard for “Christians ” to help themselves. Congrats to all hustling Gospel Musicians who struggles to put up their own concerts. See you in the next edition.


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Archbishop Duncan Williams and Elder Mireku Honoured at 2019 AGAFEST

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The organizing committee of the maiden edition of Africa Gospel Awards Festival – AGAFEST has on Saturday, March 30, 2019, honoured Archbishop Duncan-Williams and Elder Mireku.

The event which took place at the Action Dome, off Spintex Road, had the founder and Archbishop of the charismatic church, popularly known as Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams honoured for the Archbishop of Excellence Awards. A citation was presented to him for his outstanding contribution to the body of Christ over many years in Ghana, Africa and the world at large.

Elder Kwasi Mireku, a gospel minstrel was also honoured with a citation for the Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding pedigree in the music scene.

His ministry spans over four decades with forty albums to his credit. An elder of the Church of Pentecost, his contribution towards the propagation of the Gospel through music has influenced many across the globe.

His devotion to the music ministry over the years was recognized and awarded with “A Lifetime Achievement, a well-deserving honour for a lifetime devotion to the service of humanity through gospel music.

He also performed his rich and unique rendition of gospel songs on the night as one of the rich line up of performers.

With over 20 major performing artiste across the continent and 33 categories to be awarded, the event witnessed inspiring ministrations from Tim Godfrey (Nigeria), Joe Mettle (Ghana), Mercy Chinwo (Nigeria), Eben (Nigeria), Afy Douglas (Nigeria), AkesseBrempong (Ghana), KingsKid (Ghana) and Abathandwa (South Africa) among others.

The Africa Gospel Awards Festival (AGAFEST) is an award event that recognizes and celebrates talents and hardworking gospel acts, ministry, mission projects, outreach and evangelism, charity works and many more works related to the Gospel across Africa.

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Accra: Man tries to assassinate a pastor at church on 31st night


Barely 24-hours after the killing of Rev. Dr. David Nabegmado of the Assemblies of God Church at Tema Community 4, another assassination attempt has been made on a pastor at the Kpone Katamanso Municipality of the Greater Accra Region

Rev. Dr. David Nabegmado was killed in cold blood at the Church premises by his own newphew whom he had had some misunderstanding the past and was apparently resolved.

Meanwhile, the Founder and Leader of the Miracle Healers Mountain Church at Kpone Kokompe, Apostle Ebenezer Nana Asante, was also attacked during the 31st December 2018 watch night service at church.

Apostle Asante while delivering the sermon for the watch night service in the full glare of the congregation.

The congregation had no option than to run for their lives, but the attacker succeeded in inflicting cutlass wounds on the head of one of the assistants to the pastor.

The victim is currently receiving treatment at the Kpone Government Hospital.

The suspect is also in custody of the Kpone Police assisting in investigations.

Narrating what transpired to Onua FM’s Yen Sempa on Wednesday January 2, Apostle Nana Asante said in the course of preaching, two fire crackers [knockouts] were thrown into the church auditorium by some unknown persons, and therefore he advised the congregation to be vigilant.

He said moment after, a young man about 36 years, wearing boxer shorts, who had rubbed the entire body with local pomade [nkuto] entered the church with a cutlass and started shouting and menacingly advancing towards the head pastor with an intent to kill him.

Apostle Asante added that the suspect pitched the cutlass at him but he dodged without being hit.

He said the suspect who had destroyed some church instruments, then pounced on a lady who was reading the Bible threatening to slash her throat but she was rescued by some men in the church.

The man of God said the suspect ferociously succeeded in his attack on one of his assistants, inflicting cutlass wounds on his head.

The pastor claimed though calls were made to the Kpone police, for two tormenting hours, they never showed up. It took the intervention of the Dowenya Police Patrol Team to apprehend the suspect.

Asked whether he had any grudge with anyone in the community, the man of God said he does not have any problem with anyone in area.

He however noted that the suspect’s wife and children are members of his church and so does not know what actually the problem was.

Apostle Asante revealed that this is not the first threat on him as a pastor in the area. “This is the third time”, he recalled.

Warned: Graphic picture of the wounded head below.

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MY LOVE GIFT 2018: Joe Mettle pulls mammoth crowd at Ho


Award-winning gospel artiste Joe Mettle hosted a family day out dubbed, My Love Gift at the Jubilee Park, Ho last Saturday, December 15.

Patrons went agog when 2017 VGMA Artiste of the year was introduced on stage.

The versatile worshipper treated the gathering to some good worship and praise songs. Preceding the main concert, organizers of Joe Mettle Ministries held a free health screening for people living around Ho.

This year’s event witnessed performances from Eugene T. Zuta, Luigi Maclean, the Bethel Revival Choir amongst others.

Starr Fm’s award-winning radio/television presenter, Giovanni Caleb was the compère of My Love Gift event. 

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Sonnie Badu receives a brand new Mercedes car from church members


UK based Ghanaian Gospel musician and Pastor Dr. Sonnie Badu got the surprise of is life when members of his Rock Hill church based in the United States of America surprised him with a brand new Mercedes S550 car.

The internal renowned Gospel musician shared a video on his Instagram page showing how his Church members managed to pull a surprise on him.

In the video shared, members of the church he founded or built to put it properly blindfolded him and walked him to where the car has been parked with a lot of people gathered there to take part in the surprise.

He captioned it: “I’ve fully recovered. So, last night to top up everything, my children surprised me with this beautiful 2018 Mercedes S550!!!!! You guys made me cry: From the Kiddie Rocks presentation to the music ministration to everyone I mean everyone!!! I’m in awe. 8 months ago God told me to sell my car (C class) and sow it into starting@therockhillchurch. I was obedient and I gladly enjoyed the taxi and Uber rides to church. I’m still in awe! @therockhillchurch I love you to bits and Thank you once again. You are worth the wait … New York, see you tonight…”

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EC Commissioner goes soul-winning at Accra Mall

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An Executive Member of the Electoral Commission (EC), Adwoa Asuama Abrefa, has been spotted on one of Accra’s busy streets preaching the Gospel of God.

Ms. Abrefa, who until her appointment was little known in Ghanaian politics, was seen with a microphone and sharing the word of God at a Bus Stop around the Accra Mall.

In the background of a photo of Ms. Abrefa, said to have been taken around the Accra Mall, is a couple identified as Rev. and Mrs. Obimpeh, members of The Maker’s House Chapel International, Dome-Kwabenya, Accra where the Executive Member of the EC also fellowships.

The EC member also holds the position as a Member of the Board of Trustees of The Maker’s House Chapel International and has been instrumental in the church’s growth.

She was appointed by President Nana Akufo-Addo in July alongside three others including current EC Chairperson, Jean Mensa as well as Mr Samuel Tetteh and Dr Eric Bossman Asare to the Commission.

Their appointments follow the removal of Charlotte Osei and three of her deputies from office after an investigative committee instituted by the Chief Justice, Sophia Akuffo, found them guilty of stated misbehaviour.

Lawyer Nana Adwoa as she is known to many is passionate about winning souls for Christ and act has posed a challenge to many Christians who occupy high positions in both private and the public sectors, to openly step out to preach the word of God and win souls.

In a chat with, Ms. Abrefa said she has “been doing evangelism for God knows how long now” confirming that she was even out yesterday [Monday, November 12] to evangelise.

“…the marching orders that Jesus gave to us before He left was ‘Go ye into the world and preach the Gospel…..’ I think it’s wise to place value on what God places value on because that’s when you’ll be bearing fruits for God.

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“Remember Bible says that a tree that does not bear fruit is cut off and burnt and remember humans in the Bible are sometimes referred to as trees so we got to be useful to God…knowing that if I take care of God’s own, He will take care of mine,” she added.

Although one cannot be wrong to suggest that a number of the preachers we see on the streets and transport terminals may be in the business to fill their stomachs, the act of Ms. Abrefa also proves that there are indeed some, who may be have-it-all but are hungry to rescue souls for Jesus Christ.



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PHOTOS: Dorcas Baidu’s Mgt. fulfills promise made to Akuapem Mampong fire victims

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Management of Gospel artiste, Dorcas Baidu has fulfilled its promise to donate to the Akuapem Mampong fire victims.

Dorcas Baidu Gospel Outreach and Foundation donated educational materials, clothes and an undisclosed amount of Ghana cedis to the victims last Thursday in fulfillment of a promise made to them on the first day visit.

Though, some amount of money was donated to the victims on the first visit, the management promised a return visit.

The management led by Mrs. Dorcas Baidu (A Gospel Musician & Fire Safety Campaigner) visited the victims early this year to sympathize with them after their three (3) bed room apartment was ruined by fire in December 2017.

After the first visit, an appeal was launched through available social media platforms and by the grace of God; some goodhearted Ghanaians gave out their Widow’s mite to bless the victims.


The Management Is Hereby Appealing To The General Public To Help Renovate A Single Room Out Of The three (3) Bed Rooms Destroyed During The Outbreak, As The Victims Currently Passes The Night In A Container Opposite The Tetteh Quarshie Hospital.

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