Sharing the gospel through music

05 July 2019 | Art and Entertainment

Brothers In Christ, a gospel acapella group from Swakopmund, promises a praise and worship show tonight at Katutura Community Arts Centre.

The Gospel Festival will also feature the /Ae //gams Youth Choir, Bethel Youth Choir, Vocal Reflections and Momentum A Capella Group.

In an interview with tjil, Brothers In Christ member and spokesperson Titage Uiseb mentioned that with this festival, they believe they will expose their music to the Windhoek audience. “We are based in Swakopmund and have hosted numerous shows over the years in different towns but this will be our first show in Windhoek,” said Uiseb.

Uiseb added that the show is intended to preach the word of God and unite gospel fans in Windhoek. The group recently released their first album titled #Nab di //Khoab and announced that they will start working on their second offering in September. “We have big plans for this Gospel Festival and we wish to grow it to an international standard.

“With this group, we want to establish a self-employment entity. We want to train our local people in different trades such as drumming, music theory, dancing, Bible study and much more. Our aim is to provide a platform for the out-of-school youth to showcase their talents in art and make a living from it,” added Uiseb.

The group urged music lovers to come in their numbers, stating that they will fill spectators with faith, hope and blessings.

MICHAEL KAYUNDE

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