Entertainment of Wednesday, 23 December 2015
Source: Samuel Laryea
5 years and still running and it gets better year after year. It’s the concert that leaves an indelible memory in the minds of all and sundry; an event that will once again take praises and worship to a whole different pedestal on January 1, 2016, at the Accra International Conference Centre. You may be wondering what concert this is? Well, it’s the Apostolic Praise.
An event hosted by the Apostolic Praise Choir, Apostolic Praise started in the auditorium of the headquarters of the Christ Apostolic Church International.
Within a few years, the huge and increasing representation at each concert necessitated a bigger auditorium hence the acquisition of the Accra International Conference Centre to make room for the larger audience.
The stages of Apostolic Praise has been graced by virtually ?all the top artistes in this country. From the likes Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Soul winners, Selina Boateng, Cece Twum, Joe Mettle; just to mention but a few.
Last year, Benjamin Dube from South Africa, did us the honour by performing at the concert. It was an experience of a lifetime.
This year, the concert features the “Nkwa Abodoo” hitmaker, Koda; the “Alpha and Omega” showstopper, Selina Boateng; and with the ever dynamic Daughters of Glorious Jesus trio on the bill, you’d bet a drop of hits after hits – from old school to new school gospel music.
Gifty Odonkor shall also take you higher in praise and the ever dazzling hosts Apostolic Praise Choir shall certainly make you savour the moment.
It’s happening live on January 1, 2016 at 4pm sharp, AICC auditorium. There can’t be any better way to end 2015 in gratitude, and begin 2016 in blessings and overflowing joy.
Neither can there be any better way to help in a cause by making it a point to grab for yourself one of the three tickets at the following rates; Ghc10, Ghc20 and Ghc50.
The beauty of Apostolic Praise is not only in its power of bringing together people from far and near closer to God in songs and ministration, but also in its ultimate goal – to raise money to help kids with cancer. “…..suffer the little children and forbid them not to come unto me, for such is the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 19:14).
This powerful statement made by Jesus to His disciples has been a major driving force these past years to the Apostolic Praise team in contributing it’s quota to the welfare and health of these little ones living with cancer.
Hence, the proceeds generated from this concert is donated to the hospital to defray the cost of catering for kids with such conditions.