Entertainment of Monday, 8 February 2016
Source: Nii Ayi Mensah Lartey
The 2016 edition of Shabach came off yesterday, February 7, at the National theatre with Spirit-filled performances from seasoned ministers of the gospel.
The ministers including Oware Junior, Joe Beecham, AGOSBA, Rev. Father Adade among others ministers from the Anglican church of Ghana thrilled the audience.
The event started with powerful ministration from singers within the various Anglican branches across the capital.
Oware Junior took over the show and led the crowd into a time of worship with his hit songs. Though much has not been heard from him over the years, he still remains a powerful vessel of God.
The AGOSBA choir also took the notch higher as they sang up lifting songs to keep the audience in the spirit.
Rev. Father Adade was just lovely with his performance. He ministered great hyms and present-day Christian songs amidst some interesting dance moves all to the glory of God.
Pastor Joe Beecham known for his great voice and evergreen worship songs brought the auditorium into the presence of God. He also seized the opportunity to sing his newly composed peace song for Ghana as the nation draws near election 2016.
Shabach is annual organised by the Youth and Children Ministry of the Anglican dioceses of Accra and its purpose is to ignite the Spirit of Christ among members and also to enforce bonding.
It [Shabach] also forms part of the church’s strategy in rebranding to appeal more to the youth.
The event was honoured the Anglican Bishop of Accra Venerable Dr. Torto and other reverend ministers.
This year’s edition of Shabach was well patronised and organizers were on point with production and timing.