Gospel musician and evangelist, Bernard Amankwah is set to hold a concert at the National Theatre on August 25 to mark the sixth anniversary of his Presence Ministry.
The concert, dubbed Celebration of His Grace, is expected to cap six years of impressive concerts organised by the ministry to raise funds for Hole in Heart patients, preach peace in the country and also whip up support for the Black Stars.
Bernard Amankwah told Myjoyonline.com in an interview that the concert will highlight “six years of God’s grace towards the Presence Ministry and then towards Bernard Amankwah as the lead person…”
According to the Presence singer, he will release a reggae album and he is “going to play all the songs that I have done over the years live on stage. It is a three segment concert – reggae, R&B and worship.”
Bernard Amankwah noted that, “God has been faithful to us and I believe that the time has come for us to showcase what Ghana is made of, the excellence that we are also made of when it comes to the arts.”
The concert, apart from Bernard Amankwah, will also witness exciting performances from Cynthia Appiadu of Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Diana Hamilton, Yaw Antwi and the Harvest Gospel Choir, and J & J Dance Ministry.
He has several albums, including, Presence, Presence II, Almighty, The Glory Has Come, Holy and Mercy Rescue Me, to his credit.
Story by Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Ernest Dela Aglanu (Twitter: @delaXdela / Instagram: citizendela)
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