Merry Christmas 2016

25 December 2016

Merry Christmas.

May God continue to bless you in this season and the new one that is to come. May you be a blessing to others. May all your hopes and dreams come true.

I thank God for the birth of Jesus Christ and for all He has ever done for humanity including me and mine.

Jesus is the reason for the season.
And because of Him 
I am truly blessed.

Love Joy Peace and Happiness for the new year.


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Can You Love Jesus But Not The Church?

19 December 2016

Trip Lee of Cornerstone Church, is a rapper and pastor. He answers the question, Can you love Jesus but not the church?

Take a look at the video below and share your views

Briana Babineaux | Jacob's Song

11 December 2016

This song is called Jacob's song by Briana Babineaux. It features on her debut album and has such an amazing message of praise and worship.

The chorus as states;
I wont let go till youbless my soul till youchange my nameI'm no longer the same.
It draws inspiration from the story of Jacob, who in Genesis 32 wrestled with God. God blessed him and changed his name to Israel. A change had taken place. 

Testimony Tuesdays | Dee McIntosh

6 December 2016

I received Christ around 5 years ago. 

I always knew He was there but I didn’t know Him. I grew up in church til the age of 14, when I stopped going. Previous to that I had to go, it wasn’t an option. It was a Methodist church. I used to find it so boring and hated going.

I was baptised 4 years ago. My experience of church is quite mixed with both positive and negative. However, I go for the Lord and not for socialising. 

My life has changed for the better. Bad things can still happen to Christians but the mindset I now have and the comfort from the Lord makes you deal with things better. You see life and the value of things for what they are. I feel so much more thankful. I don’t have all that I want but I have well more than what I need.

Dee is a business woman who owns her own Beauty Salon, Diamond Dolls Beauty. 

Oh Christmas Tree

4 December 2016

The Christmas tree has become a symbol controversy over the years. It is one universal thing displayed in many homes across the globe during the lead up to Christmas. 

The Christmas tree is usually an evergreen spruce tree that is decorated with baubles and lights with presents underneath. Pagans have used the Christmas tree for their winter celebrations in which they did more than gift giving. At some point in Christianity, the tree was incorporated into the Christian day of remembrance of Christ birth. Though a different tree from what the pagans used was favoured.

Read more on the history and origins of the Christmas Tree and how it was co-opted by Christians in this Christianity Today article

Do you display a Christmas Tree in your home during December? 
Do you focus more on the gift giving?
Have Christians blurred the lines in the seasons?

Theresa May| Christians Should Have No Fear

2 December 2016

UK Prime Minister Theresa May during Prime Minister Questions was asked about the rights of Christians in the UK.

A report by the Equalities and Human Rights commission stated that employers were anxious when it came to Christmas for fear of being deemed offensive by others. Theresa May responded that Christians should be able to speak freely in public and at work about their faith without fear.

This is good to hear as although the UK has a very strong Christian background, much has been done to attack those who exercise their faith. There have been court cases, disciplinary meetings where Christians have lost their jobs, prevented from fostering for merely mentioning what their faith says when asked about it. It's December and the Christmas countdown has begun. Yet you will have some difficulty finding a Christmas card in the shops that pertain to the meaning of the Christian holiday.

Christianity is not something to fear it should be embraced. The laws of this and many lands are based on the Bible in principle.

Well done to Theresa May for letting it be known that religious freedom and rights belong to Christians too.

Read more here.
Read the Equality and Human Rights Commission report on Religion 

Hilary Clinton | Let Us Not Grow Weary

10 November 2016

Hilary Clinton has worked in public service in the USA all of her adult life. After failing to capture the Democrat nomination (she was up against Obama) in her 1st attempt she did not give up. She eventually did become the Democrats presidential nominee and went head to head with the controversial Donald Trump. During her concession speech she spoke of how much better people are united together.

She also quoted :

Galatians 6:9 And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.

Here is a lady who has tried and tried and given her all and still that final goal has not been reached. But it is okay. God may just have another plan. A new goal a new place where achievments and good influence can be made. I hope you reading this are encouraged. No matter how hard it feels to climb that mountain keep climbing. Always choose to do a good thing. The reward may not be what you expected but a reward will be your portion. Never loose hear in doing good. God sees your work and He knows His plans for you. Keep the faith.

Be encouraged.

The Gospel According to Kirk Franklin

8 November 2016
Photo Source: FB

MTV News has put together this mini documentary called The gospel according to Kirk Franklin. Sort of like a day in the life of Kirk Franklin. He talks faith life and many other things.

Empire's Ta'Rhonda Jones Shares How She Got a Sign From God

13 October 2016
Source : Instagram

Ta'Rhonda Jones plays the role of Porsha, Cookies sassy assistant on the very popular TV show Empire.

She went from working multiple jobs at once to becoming a successful actress in her own right. She explains that when she got the role on Empire she also had another job offer and therefore she turned to God to help her decide.

Watch the short video below of her appearance on The Steve Harvey show where she explains all.

Has God given you sign before? How did you know it was from God? 

Worship Wednesdays | Fantasia ft Tye Tribbett

14 September 2016
Source: Fantasia Facebook Page
Today's Worship Wednesday features vocal powerhouse Fantasia Barrino.

Fantasia won American Idol in 2004. She went on to release R&B albums and has experimented with her style over the years. She is one of few  Idol contestants to consistently maintain a career post reality tv. Lately, she has been more vocal about her faith in Christ and has spoken about how important fasting and praying has been in her life.

The song I Made It, it is a declaration of having gone through a storm and making it through on the other side. She sings about the enemy trying to take her out but God stepped in and she made it through ok. It is a such an inspirational upbeat song and a gospel song at that. When you listen to the song you might be ready for a praise break. Below is a live performance followed by the Audio vid that includes Tye Tribbett's unmistakeable sound. God is surely calling his people. 

The Story of the Wood Cutter

31 August 2016

Once upon a time, a very strong woodcutter asked for a job in a timber merchant and he got it. 

The pay was really good and so was the working conditions. For those reasons, the woodcutter was determined to do his best. His boss gave him an axe and showed him the area where he is supposed to work. The first day, the woodcutter brought in18 trees.

“Congratulations,” the boss said. “Go on that way!

Very motivated by the boss words, the woodcutter tried harder the next day, but he could only bring 15 trees.

The third day he tried even harder, but he could only bring 10 trees.

Day after day he was bringing less and lesser trees.

“I must be losing my strength”, the woodcutter thought.

He went to the boss and apologized, saying that he could not understand what was going on.

“When was the last time you sharpened your axe?” the boss asked.

“Sharpen? I had no time to sharpen my axe. I have been very busy trying to cut trees…”


Our lives are like that. We sometimes get so busy that we don’t take the time to sharpen the “axe”.

In today’s world, it seems that everyone is busier than ever but less happy than ever.

Why is that?

Could it be that we have forgotten how to stay “sharp”?

There’s nothing wrong with activity and hard work but we should not get so busy that we neglect the truly important things in life, like :

our personal lives, 

taking the time to get close to our God the Creator.

giving more time to our family,

taking the time to read the Bible, spiritual material etc.

We all need time

to relax,
to think and meditate on God's word,
to learn and grow spiritually. 

If we don’t take the time to sharpen the “axe”, we will become dull and lose our effectiveness.

*After reading this I thought I would share it. These are not my words. Author is unknown. I came across this on my friends personal FB timeline.

Without Wood

13 August 2016

Proverbs 26:20 states 

Without wood, fire goes out; without gossip, conflict dies down.
In life you have to decide is it really worth it. If you continually add more fuel to the fire, the flame will only get bigger. If gossip comes your way and you carry it on or add to it, the stories will only grow. Sometimes it's better to just leave it all alone. Let it die down. Or even better ensure you have no part in it. 

This is also true concerning having the last word. It's okay to be right. You do not have to hammer home your point. Just be satisfied enough to walk away from any disagreement that is not bearing any fruit.

Worship Wednesdays | Leah Smith

3 August 2016

Today's Worship Wednesday features Leah Smith. 

Leah once sung for Israel and New Breed but has since branched out on her own. Last year she lead the praise and worship at P4CM's Rhetoric 2015. Its is so worth listening to and as the video contains the lyrics you can sing along and get your praise on too. 

R.I.P. Jacques Hamel

26 July 2016

Prayers go out to the family of Priest Jacques Hamel. Who at 85 years old lost his life to yet another terrorist attack in France. Our prayers also go out to the church attendees some of whom witnessed the attack and was injured themselves. The church was said to be holding mass when two men entered and took hostages. 

France seems to be experiencing a recurring terror attacks. It was only a few weeks ago a lorry drove over bystanders during Bastille day celebrations. Let us pray for France and her people.

Do churches need to be more vigilant? 

Wi2M Presents Who Am I

23 July 2016

Wi2M (Word into Movement) presents an event called Who Am I.

This event is aimed towards teenage girls and it's not just a youth workshop but aims to empower young people to be the champions God created them to be.

To book a place head over to EventBrite

Who Gives You Life?

17 July 2016

Do you ever find that there are common sayings that just does not sit well with your soul. Especially if like me you are a person who thinks about the choice of words used in conversation or in anything. That over thinking over analytical mind does wonders. Yet you could just simply be aware of the power of your words and how everything you say can impact your life.

For instance the term : "(blank) gives me life"

Over the last couple of years this term has becoming really popular amongst many. The urban dictionary top definition describes its meaning as 

Anything that you get excited or pumped about; anything that makes you laugh e.g. "Honey that dress you got on is giving me life!"
It's probably something I would have been more than happy to say it few years ago. Yet when I began hearing this phrase used to describe joy I had to ask myself well, who gives me life? Can someone give me life from their outfit to what they say. Could I possibly attribute my life to someone other than God. Its what I feel get stirred up in my soul when I ponder the term.

1 Thessalonians 5:10 states that Christ ... died for us, that whether we wake or sleep we should live together with Him.  Yes he died so that we may have life. 

In Genesis 2:7  God breathed into Adam's nostrils he became a living being. So nothing but God can give you life. For some it may not be all that deep but for those who understand breath and spirit and the power of words it really is that deep. 

God deserves all the glory and all the praise. On He alone gives life. 

God gives me life and I am thankful.

Nigeria Closing Noisey Churches

7 July 2016

Lagos, Nigeria has been on a cosmopolitan drive for the past few years. Many things have been put n place to improve the city and make it function a particular type of way. As a result noise pollution is high on the agenda. However this strict policy on noise has resulted in many churches being closed in Lagos. Mosques have also been closed alongside bars and hotels who are not compliant with state regulation.

The majority of the churches have been affected are those in temporary tent structures, which will no longer be allowed. As they are not able to offer the necessary sound proofing that would allow them to operate within the guidelines. Nigeria has set a target for Lagos to be noise free and a mega city ready to compete globally by 2020. 

Read more on Christianity Today

The UN Thinks School Church Assemblies Are Bad

30 June 2016

The UN feels that British law that says Children should attend Christian assemblies is wrong. They feel it interferes with a chid's freedom of thought consciousness and religion and thus undermines their human rights. They want Britain to repeal the law.

Well I do not believe it is the UN's place to dictate to people how their children are raised. The only time I wish to hear about it is if there is a true cause for concern. You would think an organisation built around uniting the nations would be ok with Children being taught "Love thy neighbour" etc etc.

There are many countries where religion and culture and life seamlessly blend together with no issues. Britain is a very inclusive country at times to the detriment of the Christian faith it was built on according to some. It does not discriminate and many parents choose to send their kids to a Christian school who belong to a different faith or have no faith and have no issues. 

Anyway you can read more on this via: 

Marion Hall Performs at The White House

28 June 2016

Marion Hall, formerly known as Lady Saw performed at the White House.  Her life has completely changed since she fully surrendered her life over to Christ. Check out the performance below

Testimony Sharing

14 June 2016

So lately I have found myself drawn to watching videos of people declaring their love of God. Talking about how their faith in Jesus Christ has turned their life around and gotten them through so much. Many of these videos are by young people who simply decided they wanted to share more about their faith to their subbies. Here are two ladies whose testimonies are very different but the core of their faith is Jesus.



Do you want to share your testimony as a blog post please get in touch. Or if you have a video testimony please get in touch.

I hope you have been blessed by these ladies testimonies.

African Christianity On the Rise

8 June 2016

According to the Bible Society, Africa is emerging as the continent with the largest amount of Christians in the world. They predict that over the next 10 years the worlds majority of Christians will be living in Africa. 

Visit the Bible Society to read more. 

William Murphy | Your Love

1 June 2016

Pastor William Murphy has a new song called 'Your Love' from his latest album 'Demonstrate'.

It is a very uplifting song that will surely inspire you to remember God's grace in your life and to keep going.

The song opens with this declaration:

"I have been touched, changed, healed
Totally free from sin
Every shackle broke
Now I can live again"

100 Voices of Gospel | BGT

22 May 2016

I have not watched Britains Got Talent every week. However today I tuned in and saw this amazing choir. They are called 100 Voices of Gospel. They sing they dance they entertain. They did a brilliant job. I definitely think the Queen would enjoy their performance especially as she has recently made it clear how her faith in Christ has sustained her. I really enjoyed their Semi Final performance.

Their audition performance which both Simon Cowell and Alesha Dixon sought the golden buzzer for them.

Visit their website to find out more

Nellisha | Jesus is the Remedy

21 May 2016

Nellisha from St Catherine High in Jamaica performs the song "Jesus is the Remedy" at a multi school Christian Fellowship event. What a powerful voice she has.

Encouraging Words From Jakalyn Carr

19 May 2016

I first came across an even younger Jakalyn Carr whilst watching sermons on Youtube. There are videos of her sermons which are definitely worth watching. She is definitely an anointed young lady.

She is now 19yrs old and recently appeared on the Rickey Smiley Show and shared a word of encouragement.

Watch the video below and I pray it blessed you.

What Do You Do When God Is Silent?

15 May 2016

So today at church the topic was:

What do you do when God is silent?

We were given the scripture of Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 which says;

To everything there is a season,
A time for every purpose under heaven:
A time to be born,
    And a time to die;
A time to plant, 
    And a time to pluck what is planted;
A time to kill,
    And a time to heal;
A time to break down,
    And a time to build up;
A time to weep,
    And a time to laugh;
A time to mourn,
    And a time to dance;
A time to cast away stones,
    And a time to gather stones;
A time to embrace,
    And a time to refrain from embracing;
A time to gain,
    And a time to lose;
A time to keep,
    And a time to throw away;
A time to tear,
    And a time to sew;
A time to keep silence,
    And a time to speak;
A time to love,
    And a time to hate;
A time of war,
    And a time of peace.

When I got home and reflected on this, especially on the closing of the sermon which stated we must keep close to God and keep pressing forward a song came to mind. Juanita Bynum's "In the Silence".

Its such a powerful song. Silence can be frustrating but what do you do in those quiet times can truly make a difference. Don't lose faith still push forward.  What do you do when you feel God is silent? 

Police Officer Suspended for Prayer

12 May 2016

A West Midlands Deputy Police Commissioner was suspended for offering to pray for a family. 

18year old Kenechi Phillips was shot dead as he sat in a car in Birmingham. Yvonne Mosquito asked the family to join her in prayer. Apparently the family have said this has caused them distress. As a result the police commissioner after a period of suspension will now leave her role. It has been mentioned her visit to the family may have interrupted the investigation but clearly prayers have been used as a factor in the decision making.

Is it okay to pray for others despite your job role? The Queen and David Cameron have both stated this is a Christian country founded on Christian principles but is prayer really a threat? Or is this simply bad timing or maybe her job title meant the family could not receive the sincerity in the offer of prayer.

Who knew that prayers cause distress.

Rizon - Taking It Back

8 May 2016

Here is some Gospel Soca music for you. Its a song by Rizon called Take it Back.

Its melodies echo the sentiment... "This music was meant to praise my Lord so we're taking it back"

Ark Replica To Set Sail

30 April 2016

The story of Noah in the Bible starts from Genesis chapter 6 onwards. You get a full breakdown of the world in Noah's days, the Ark construction and the great flood that covered the whole earth. Not forgetting the Nephilim, a human angel hybrid people who were very much anti-God. 

The Ark of Noah foundation have recreated the Ark based on the Biblical dimensions given in Genesis. The Foundation plans to set sail in this replica Ark and travel to Brazil in time for the Olympics. 

Will it reach its destination? Should Christians recreate what was or focus more on what is to come?
Read more on the Ark of Noah website 


Turkey Government Seizes Churches

22 April 2016
Hagia Sophia Church Istanbul, Turkey

The Turkish government has taken control of 6 churches in the city of Diyarbakir. The Turkish government claim this on going church seizure is to allow it to rebuild the cities holy centre. Many Christians now have no church to gather at as they have been barred from their buildings. Is freedom of religious expression at risk in Turkey in what is supposed to be a secular nation. Muslims make up 96-98% of the population, in which Christianity is a minority religion.

There has not been any extended cover of this news. Which is surprising as Turkey has a long history of wanting to join the EU and gift its citizens boundless EU travel as enjoyed by member states. 

Please pray for Turkey's Christian population.

Read more on this story here

UK Gov Wants Sunday Schools Regulated By Ofsted

20 April 2016

If you have grown up with Christian parents who attend church weekly, Sunday School and in some cases Sabbath school may have been a major part of your life. It is the go to place to get a church based education in a child friendly space at a child friendly pace. Full of activities, singing and learning the Word. I attended Sunday School up until I was 16. By that time I was fully engrossed in main church services and Sunday school was not enough.

The UK government is targeting faith schools and have included Sunday schools. Any Church or religious organisation that offers education to children for more than six hours a week will be required to register with Ofsted. Also if someone complains about the education given by church sunday school Ofsted would have a legal right to step in and make demands of the church or religious institution. This proposal is said to be to ensure that British values are taught and to ensure no one is being radicalised. 

Christian Charities have given a join statement to oppose this move. As it would interfere with freedom of religion, privacy and family life and more. 

"The government says Ofsted will only inspect churches for 'British values' compliance if there is a complaint. However, the scope for vexatious complaints is considerable, especially in the current climate of aggressive secularism and religious illiteracy. The experience of some Christian schools is that inspectors themselves can be ignorant of or hostile to Christian beliefs and practices."
You can read the full article on the Evangelical Alliance Website.

Mary Mary Discuss Groups Future and Solo projects

15 April 2016

Erica Campbell and Tina Campbell of gospel duo Mary Mary appeared on TBN the other day. They discussed the groups future as well as their solo projects. Tina also sang her new single Speak The Word from her debut solo album It's Personal.

Throwback Thursdays | Sounds of Blackness

14 April 2016

The Sounds of Blackness had the world jamming and singing to inspirational and gospel melodies as far back as the late 60s. They were fully established as a group in their own right under the leadership of Gary Hines. Their 1st album was released in 1991 called "Optimistic".  Notable singles was the title track Optimistic and Testify.

The collective of singers and musicians went onto feature on movie soundtracks and release more albums in their own right. They have released music since 1991 and their last studio album was released in 2011.

I have their album "The Collective" which is full of their classic hits and album favourites over the years. There is something about their song Spirit feat Craig Mack. Also "I believe" with the lead sung by Ann Nesby. I can listen to these on repeat. They really do encourage you and uplift your spirits all while reminding you to keep the faith.

To read more about their achievements around the world take a look at their website Sounds of Blackness You will also find up to date news on where they are performing and new music offerings.
What is your favourite song(s) from Sounds of Blackness?

Reversing Unforgiveness

9 April 2016

I have previously discussed the "Divine power of forgiveness " a few years ago. It is one of those things that we as humans whether Christian or not grapple with.  So what do you do if you have been dealing with unforgiveness?

Here is a snippet from an article by Dr Wyatt Fisher who is a Christian Psychologist:

Unforgiveness hinders prayers and true intimacy. Think about it. If we gather hurt upon hurt and never let any of it go, the walls we build don't come down easily. The only way to connect with others is to be open and vulnerable. And being vulnerable means processing our pain and forgiving the people who hurt us. Yet, it’s not as simple as it sounds. Some hurts are so deep they feel like they will never go away. 
Because of the way romantic relationships work, unforgiveness blocks blessings. Apologies left unsaid and pain left unhealed can totally destroy the fellowship we have often spent months or years developing. Soon we find ourselves running away from one another instead of confiding, hoping other people will provide that safe place we feel has been lost. If we want to preserve true intimacy and grow closer, we need to learn to forgive and this article will show you five steps on how to do it today.

Also to read my previous article on Forgiveness click here.
Ultimately pray about it and seek counsel. Speak to your Pastor or someone you trust so that you can move from a place of pain to a place of healing and continue living the fab life God has blessed you with.

Briana Babineaux | Keys To My Heart Review

2 April 2016

Briana Babineaux has gone from being the young girl singing her heart out to gospel songs shared on youtube to a singer with a record deal. Still praising God in her music.

The album starts off with an intro highlighting how she became known. The millions of views her renditions acquired some of them she is accompanied by equally amazing singers in their own right.

The albums first single is " I'll Be The One" which sings about giving of ones life to service and standing in the gap, giving your all to God. Kind of like a self declaration, a commitment of faith and fellowship with God.

My favourite song on the album is "Love You Forever".  This is a song about loving God regardless of your situations. Declaring that the Lord deserves your all. Something about this song just gets my spirit in the mood to get my praise on. Its such a mellow song too. I have had this one on repeat daly since buying the album. Another song to highlight is Bri's very own version of the gospel classic "Holy Spirit".

Overall this is a lovely debut that showcases her vocal talents very well. I do love seeing her impromptu videos on youtube where she belts out songs. A truly anointed singer with an album worthy of a purchase. 

So do purchase the album which is available on iTunes, Amazon mp3 and where digital music is sold.

A Moment of Reflection

21 March 2016
Artist  - Henry Battle

I am just sat down in the quietness of my home as the kids are in bed and thinking about a few things. Well many things. Though one thing that came to my mind was that a few years ago I belonged to a very diverse group of friends. Many of whom since 2012 (my Baptism year) have dedicated their lives to Christ. Yet when I look around me now at the friendships that once was many have faltered or the dimensions have changed. Some for the good some for well that is to be seen.

Friendships of late I find perplexing. In fact any type of relationship really. This is even more after receiving a prophetic word. As an over thinker it boggles my mind at times but I feel that is only because I won't just accept a few things knowing that in my heart the way things are, are how they are supposed to be. Every time I think to myself does God have his hand in all of this I am brought back to the word I was given about relationships. Somehow I feel there is more changes to take place. 

I get these nostalgic moments when one person would feel for an impromptu prayer meeting. We would all meet up and pray the house down. Even those who did not feel like they were prayer warriors they would be encouraged to keep at it. We set a goal we were focused. We were well lit for Christ in that moment and beyond. Whoever was feeling weak was showered with love etc. I appreciate those moments for what it taught me. Unity in Christ is powerful.

Another moment is praying in the rain. Three friends and myself, after attending a prayer meeting type situation at church. We were talking about a few things, prayer being one of them. We ended up praying out in the rain in the car park. That rain came down on us like it was joining in the prayer session along with us. It was an experience that opened my eyes to a few things. You know when people are praying for you, their words impact you. My Pastor always emphasises how powerful words are indeed.

Up until that moment I always thought I had fully swung open arms when embracing my Lord. Yet clearly this event and breaking down at a friends house showed me I often hold back. Its the scars of life that cause me to hold back hold on. Feel like I need to keep myself together no matter what happens. All of this being so deep rooted in my heart, my mind, my conscious its hard to decipher and work on. However God has shown me I can let go and let Him take charge. 

I still feel I have a whole lot of growth in this area. Pray for me! When it comes to letting go and letting God I got to rinse and repeat until it sticks to me differently.

Psalm 73

3 February 2016

I do love a good Bible study. I also love to know how people reflect on Bible verses and their experiences being a Christian.

Psalm 73 was given to me to read by a church mother. I was feeling dismayed at the fact people who do wrong seem to get a reward and continue to live without a care in the world.  Their life just seems to amplify and because they got it so good it seems unfair. Upon reading this Psalm I was encouraged to look at things differently. Take a look at this video below by Youtuber Simply Feli. She really breaks down this Psalm really well. I hope it encourages you to keep doing what is right and knowing that God has got you. Heavenly rewards are better to store up than earthly rewards.

Meet Marion Hall formerly Lady Saw

4 January 2016

Marion Hall gives her 1st interview since her baptism on the popular Jamaican show On Stage. In the interview she talks about how her Dancehall persona Lady Saw is now in the past as she has taken up her cross to follow Christ. The interview touches on former disagreements she has had over the years with fellow artists and her resolve to ask for forgiveness as she walks in love.

Clips of her past interviews are shown to illustrate how over the years she has mentioned how much God has been talking to her. She has been hearing His call and finally decided to say yes. According to Marion, God has let her know that she will be an evangelist reaching out to people. She aims to be very obedient and only moving according to God's will.

I am very proud of her. She sounds so happy and at peace in this interview. I look forward to hearing more of her songs dedicated to God's glory. It shows no matter who you are or what status you have, when God calls you He calls you.

Take a look at the full interview below: