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Neo
11th October 2011, 12:30 AM
Ghanaian born Indian-based Gospel musician, Sika Kwame, is set to rock gospel music lovers again, less than a year after his thrilling Let’s Go Missions Concert with Ohemaa Mercy.

This time, the occasion will be the launch of his second album titled, Go Ye at the Dr Wyatt Memorial Temple, Church of Pentecost, behind the Mallam Atta Market on Saturday, October 15th at 4pm.

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Sika Kwame

Last year, precisely on November 28th, the National Theatre came alive when Sika Kwame and Ohemaa Mercy Ministries in collaboration with the Church of Pentecost Missions, put up a spectacular gospel show which also marked the launch of “Far Away”, the debut album by Sika Kwame and the Lost Searchers Team.

Lost Searchers Team is an Indian gospel group who sing Ghanaian tunes with Indian instruments.

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Speaking in an interview with peacefmonline.com, Sika Kwame explained that the album title was chosen primarily “to remind people all over the world of the Great Commission” after some three months of seeking the face of God through prayer.

Asked why the preference for Ghana again, the renowned South Asia-based gospel singer said “people have a good understanding of the gospel and its always better to do something at a place where you will get the support…Ghana is full of mission-minded and oriented people.”

“60% of the proceeds from the sale of the album will go into Missionary work – out of that figure, 40% will be channeled into COP Missions, whiles 20% into Youth and Evangelism – 40% will go to support the work of other missionaries not directly related to the Church of Pentecost,” he revealed.

Touching on some of the greatest challenges affecting the work of missions in countries like India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, where Christianity is not well established, Sika Kwame said it takes people who are led by the Word of God and understands the work of Missions, to go out there and win souls.

“Converting someone to Christianity is not allowed and that makes it very challenging (being a missionary in those countries),” he said.

To him, missions should not just be overseas-based, pointing out that internally the church needs to strengthen the work of missions, especially in the Afram Plains and in the Northern Region.

Other gospel artistes and groups performing on the night include National Youth Choir, Cindy Thompson, Chapel Square Mass Choir, DSP Kofi Sarpong and a special appearance by the legendary Elder Mireku.


Source: Peacefmonline.com