By ALESHA CADET
Tribune Features Reporter
This Friday is set to be a night of miracles, signs and wonders, according to Latasha Taylor Ministries, which will host worship encounter at Mount Tabor Church.
Under the theme “The OutPour,” the event will kick off at 7.30pm, featuring speakers like Minister Felicia Archer, Elexio Bailou, Minister Tanya Duncombe, Karington McKenzie and Friends, Davian Chase, Averia Rolle, Minister Nadine Moss, Minister Keith Jones, Minister Nehemiah Hield, and others.
Highlights will include dance performances, guest singers and intercessors. Above all, organisers said the main highlight of the night will be the name of Jesus on full display.
As the founder and creator of the ministry, Latasha Taylor said it being her great joy to spearhead events such as “The OutPour”. The conference, she explained, is a worship encounter at which God is looking forward to meeting His people.
“His plans through our united worship, praise, warfare and prayer that night is to demonstrate miracles, signs and wonders. This is an event where God will be on display and I am believing that everything that has a name – be it cancer, diabetes, mental disorders – will bow at the name that is above every name: the name of Jesus,” said Ms Taylor.
Sharing her story of the inspiration behind her ministries, Latasha said she started the organisation in 2010 during a very difficult and life-changing time in her life; a time when she realised the power and healing capabilities of music, as she is also a gospel artist.
“It was then that I truly surrendered my life to the work of God and started producing music and now planning events that will have the power to set the captives free and heal the wounded heart. Latasha Taylor Ministries is committed to bringing an awareness and sensitivity to God through music. It is our hope and every intention, through events such as music workshops, worship encounters, musical recordings and various initiatives, to ultimately bring those who have ‘backslidden’ and also those who do not know the Lord back to Him,” said Ms Taylor.
“I am looking forward to hearing reports flood in on the (conference) night and the days and weeks after the worship encounter of how God healed, delivered and set His people free. And also see Him receive all the glory for what He has done,” sails Ms Taylor.