Voice of Deliverance concert to minister through music


Tribune Features Writer


FOR 31 years the Voice of Deliverance Disciple Centre Ministries has upheld its mantra to win the lost at any cost. With this goal in mind, the church’s choir is set to host a concert Saturday, to bring lost souls in union with God.

The event will take place at the church beginning at 8pm. Other choirs and performers including Bahamas Chapter of American Workshop Choir, Bahamas Public Service Choir, Shaback Gospel Group, Final Hour Ministries Choir, Southwest Cathedral Dance Group, Singing Prophet Lawrence Rolle, and Christian Tabernacle Praise & Worship Team are expected to make appearances.

“People will be inspired by the concert because of the powerful and positive message of the gospel, shared through songs. The power of the songs we sing are designed to help an individual to realize that they are not alone,” said Minister Gloria Armbrister, of Voice of Deliverance.

“There are many benefits one can receive. Music to the soul are what words are to the mind and spirit. Attendees can expect to receive a message of hope in Christ, empowerment and strength,” she told Tribune Religion.

Minister Armbrister said the main goal of the event is to encourage the body of Christ, preach the Gospel through music in hopes of bringing salvation to nonbelievers.
The choir is expected to perform songs including the Grace of God, He’s A mighty God, Omnipotent. Blessed Assurance, and All Hail.

The concert will also launch the church’s 31st Annual General Assembly. This is a time where all the churches in the organisation come together in a week long service of thanks and celebration.

The celebration will be held under the theme “After All That Was Said & Done We’re Still God’s Choice” which was taken from Samuel 2 Chapter 6:1-22 . The celebrations will be led by Apostle Leon Wallace and Lady Elect Leona Wallace.
For those who have an interest in learning about music the ministry is also hosting workshops that will teach attendees concepts, practical skills, techniques and various methods of music.

“We decided to host the workshops to tackle old technical problems, to introduce new ideas about style and presentations. This was part of our preparation for our upcoming concert,” she said. “It is very important to minister in music because ministering through music creates moments of delight and experience to celebrate and opens us to the healing power.”

During its 31 years of existence Voice of Deliverance Ministries has established a network of satellite churches not only in the Bahamas but throughout the world as far as Nigeria
“We are known for the voice that makes the difference. In the nation, we are the pioneers to the apostolic movement in the Bahamas and our aim still remains to win the lost at any cost; and cater to the whole-man,” she said.


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