It’s wrong to charge for gospel shows – Ohemaa Mercy

0

Multiple award winner and gospel songstress Ohemaa Mercy has stated emphatically that it is improper and wrong to charge for worship concerts.

The “Wobeye Kese” hit maker who double as host of arise and shine gospel morning show on Neat FM, revealed on the show how they have been making a great mistake by placing monetary charges on the Lord’s worship which is supposed to be free.

She stated, “if God offered his son Jesus as a free gift for our sins, why are we taking money from his worship.

To set example for other gospel musicians to follow, Ohemaa Mercy has declared her upcoming Tehillah Experience concert dubbed “The Throne Room Experience” free to the public.

Tickets for the concert was expected to be sold for 40cedis but for this revelation, it’s now free, she stated.

The 3rd edition of The Tehillah Experience happens on Sunday, August 7

The event will be held at the International Central Gospel Church(ICGC) Calvary Temple, Spintex Road, in Accra at 4:00pm prompt.

Related Posts

  • Munya Vomo It was only a matter of time before there was a continental awards ceremony for gospel music. Who better to make it work than the guys who brought…

  • NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mother’s Day is just a week away and what better way to honor the leading ladies in your life than with songs from some gospel greats. Coming…

  • LINVILLE — Spectators gathered on Grandfather Mountain on Sunday for a church service, featuring sermons, hymns and a little bit of bluegrass. While the morning was foggy for the 92nd…

  • Songstress Diana Hopeson has advised gospel artistes to be mindful of their evangelistic duties and be attired in a manner that fits their role. She said gospel musicians, as messengers…

  • As leaders, it can often get tempting for pastors to trust other things aside from the gospel. But God reminds us every day that Jesus is not just more than…

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.