Members of Ebenezer Praise. The Trinity Baptist Church (TBC) will launch its first ever Gospel Album on Thursday, 12th April, 2012, at the Garraway Hotel in Roseau. The Album contains amazing soul uplifting scripturally sound and Christ exalting songs composed and sang by the members of Ebenezer Praise.Ebenezer Praise is a group of young people, formed in 2004 with the mission of communicating the heart of God to others, honouring God, reach the lost and touch lives through praise and worship. The album is a result of several hours of dedicate preparation and practice to ensure it met the standard of Colossians 3:23 which states that, “whatever you do, do it heartily as to the Lord and not unto men.” Ebenezer Praise is derived from the scripture, in the book of 1 Samuel 7:12, which signifies, “Thus far the Lord has helped us”. The album which is entitled “Glorious One” derives its name from the ultimate purpose of all activity for God, which is to glorify Him in everythingThis project has given the members of the group the opportunity to develop their writing talents and musical abilities for the kingdom of God. The album is compiled with ten (10) original, inspirational and enriching compositions. The different genres of contemporary music vary from Worship to Reggae, Rock to Zouk-Cadence.The media is encouraged to participate and interview the key persons of Ebenezer Praise at the Press Launch.CDs will be available at these locations: Trinity Baptist Church, Eezee Pharmacy, Bullseye Pharmacy and CLC Bookstore.Press Release FaithLifestyleLocalNews Trinity Baptist Church launches first ever gospel album by: – April 11, 2012 Tweet Share Share 80 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share
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