The Chairman of the Christian Praise International Church (CPIC ) Apostle Dr. Owusu Jackson has organised a night of worship in honour of the late Founder of CPIC Bishop Annor Yeboah.
The event attracted people all over the community including Ghanaian Gospel Musiciansuch a Kwesi Oteng, Bro.Sammy, Uncle Ato, Pentecost University, Okatakyei and the Seekers originated from the Annor Yeboah church.
Speaking in an interview Apostle Dr. Owusu Jackson, current chairman of the church said the programme was organise to win souls for Christ especially people living in the community.
He challenged churches to use their platform to create awareness invite people from the community to experience God in a miraculous manner through music.
Dr. Jackson said people voluntary donated resources to support the programme making it success.
Mavis Annor Yeboah, who is the daughter to the late founder of the church and the event organiser for programme named ‘PRAISE 101, says the objective of the event is to preach the gospel to unbelievers through music.
‘One of our main reason for organising this event is tohonour our father as preparation is underway to celebrate one anniversary of the our late father ‘
She said the programme ‘PRAISE 101’ is a running event set aside every year to thank God for his mercy shown in the church and individually during the aftermath of the late Annor Yeboah and win souls for Christ.
Mavis Annor Yeboah on the platform calls on institution, philanthropist and any organisation to come on board to support this laudable event.
Gospel Musician Kwesi Oteng discloses to modernghana.online that music is a way of imparting into the lives of people across the world.
‘I agree with the fact some musician says Music is business, yes of course it is because a lot goes into it therefore as long as we are singing for people to receive impartation is the same way we individual must benefit. ‘he said.