On Saturday, August 24th, gospel radio presenter and promoter, Brother Gary, will be hosting a gospel comedy show, dubbed ‘A Night Of Laughs & Praise.’ It will be held at the LaRoose Catering Hall, which is located at 4848 White Plains Road in the Bronx, from 5 PM until…
Though several entertainers have been confirmed for the event, patrons seems to be anticipating the appearance of the comedy duo Ity & Fancy Cat the most. They are the stars of the popular TV show, with the same name, and Ity Ellis has been a part of the body of Christ since 2016.
King Jesus Pentecostal Fellowship presents “Camp 2019” at the Godfrey Stewart High School in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, from August 12th through the 16th. This is five days and nights filled with dynamic preaching, teaching and fun activities, all under the theme “The Kingdom Mandate.”
Minister Marion Hall is confirmed for this event; she will be joined by Apostle Winston Baker, Bishop A. Scott, Elder S. McKenzie, Minister N. Chambers and Minister Brown.
The ultimate gospel experience, Unity in the City, will take place at Jamaica’s National Stadium on Saturday, August 17th.
It will feature performances by international artists Travis Greene, Tasha Cobbs-Leonard and Fred Hammond, as well as Jamaica’s own Rhoda Isabella, Rondell Positive and Minister Marion Hall. The event will be hosted by popular comedian Ity Ellis and recording artist / TV personality Alaine.
Tickets, which are available at most pharmacy across the island, starts at $2000 JMD for bleachers and goes all the way up $10,000 JMD for diamond.
Popularly known for her soulful and powerfully anointed performances, she is often compared with popular international psalmist Maranda Curtis, whom she lauds as one of her inspirations along with Benita Jones, Mali Music, Darrel Walls from the Walls Group and Kirk Franklin. Rhoda is a warm, caring, very committed and an effervescent individual who loves wholeheartedly and values family and friendship. Her life is characterized by her deep relationship with Christ and her commitment to fulfilling her purpose by impacting the world with the undiluted message of God’s love through music. After the dissolving of the group iWorshipp in March 2017, she has embarked on a new mission as a solo gospel recording artiste.
Having had her fair share of real life experiences and struggled with low self esteem, she now has a new found determination to stay true to her calling and create an impact across the world, as a bold ambassador for Christ in the earth. For Rhoda, when she found music she found herself.
On Sunday, July 14th, Church of the Open Bible will be kicking off their Summer Crusade on the church grounds (12 Washington Blvd.) in Kingston 20, Jamaica. The event will run from the 14th through to the 19th, with a wrap up service on the 21st. This year’s theme is “Signs of the time.”
Come out and experience the dynamic ministry of Reverent Marcus Williams, Evangelist Errol Rattray and Minister Clayton Roberts, as well as a special musical ministry from gospel recording artist Rondell Positive.
A few days ago DJ Nicholas uploaded the official lyric video for his latest release, “Prayer Closet,” to his YouTube channel. The song is a tough dancehall gospel track, which stresses the importance of praying consistently.
“Prayer Closet” is produced by DZL Records and On The Shout Inc. Click here to check out the lyric video, and remember to like, comment and share.
At the end of May, international gospel artist Jermaine Edwards shared the official video for his single “I will follow,” which is the title track from his new album. With a little playful humor, Edwards and his team were able to convey the message that it’s important to follow God despite how you and/or others feel.
As the song itself was already buzzing on the airwaves and at gospel events, the visuals, which were directed by Darren Scott, have propelled it even further. Click here or on the image above to watch the video, and remember to like, comment and share.