Harvest Praise 2017: An Awesome Praise And Worship Feast

It was an awesome praise and worship feast experience at this year’s Harvest Praise 2017 Victory Edition with budding American gospel musician and worship leader, Todd Dulaney, 2017 VGMA Artiste of the Year, Joe Mettle, and the Evergreen Harvest Gospel Choir performing on the night.

The artistes treated patrons of the show to an explosion of worship and praise at the Accra International Conference Centre on Good Friday, 14th April, 2017.

Heightening the show with his hit-song “Victory Belongs to Jesus,” and singing the popular Ghanaian worship song- “Mogya Ni Mu,” Todd Dulaney raised patrons of the show to a whole new level of victory experience as they sang along to his ministration.

Todd urged Ghanaians to cling on to the victory of Jesus Christ won on the cross of Calvary. He was very pleased and excited to have been given the opportunity to minister to Ghanaians through Harvest Praise.

Proving his worth and expressing his gratitude to God for the opportunity to win the converted Artiste of the Year Award of the VGMA, Joe Mettle, was nothing but a blast and a blessing as he performed his newly released single- “Yesu Adi Nkunim”- and other holy spirit touching songs like “Owawani.”

The Evergreen Harvest Gospel Choir also lifted the praise and worship to another level as they treated patrons to beautiful renditions of both local and foreign worship and praise songs.

Aside from song ministrations from the artistes, patrons of Harvest Praise 2017 Victory Edition were also treated to some creative Christian entertainment from the Harvest Theatre team and the Harvest KNUST Choreography group.

The show, which was in two sessions—afternoon and evening –was packed with worship and praise lovers from across Ghana. And to express their appreciation, they sang along the artistes as they ministered.

Some of the fans could not hide their fulfillment as they stood on their feet from the beginning of the show to the end in both sessions.

As part of its core mandate of reaching out to the poor and needy in the society, the Harvest Praise 2017 Victory Edition also raised and donated an amount of 13,000.00 Ghanaian Cedis to the Citi FM Foundation, The Harvest Chapel International Mission and the Harvest Chapel International Social Reintegration project.

Harvest Praise is an annual gospel show powered by the Harvest International Ministries and it has been running for the past 19 years on every Good Friday with partnerships from Unibank and Citi FM.

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