Towards it quest of bringing the gospel closer to the society and to the less privileged individuals and the homeless through gospel music the Jubilant Praise Choir (JPC) of Christ Cares Ministry International (CCMI) has adopted the Frafaha Foster Home with the Adentan municipality.
This is in collaboration with this year’s Hosanna Praise 2001 dubbed “Let’s Sing Again” which is in congestion with the CCMI’s 10th Anniversary celebration, preaching Christ, building families.
This initiative of the angelic voices is a new project prior to their annually gospel gigs show “Hassana Praise 2011” to shower love to the children with less food and clothes periodically as their quota of raising funds in the church and the municipality to chatter for the needy requirements of the children.
In an interaction with the International General Sectary (IGS) Pastor Kofi Kyie Karikari congratulated the angelic voices for putting so much efforts in reaching out the less privilege and also preparing through sleepless nights of all nights for the gospel musical concert.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with this reporter, the head Pastor of the music industry Mrs. Sweetilina Mary Boateng Antwi has observed that, the members of the JPC are willing to raise funds and feed inmates of the Frafaha Foster home as their quota of social responsibility to the future leaders in the community.
She said, Hosanna Praise 2011 would be a platform to raise funds by selling a coupon of GHc3.00 as a form of tickets to members of the church and also the society who would be attending the musical concert.
Pastor Mary Antwi urged all members of CCMI to offer their support in making this initiative become a reality towards bringing hope to the children without mothers and fathers.
Source: Chris Twum
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