Keep The Faith About Town

MOBO AWARD-WINNING GOSPEL BRINGS MEN TOGETHER

The Dugdale Centre in Enfield came alive, as it played host to the Mighty Men Choir, comprised of the UK’s top gospel and inspirational singers, who had joined together to record the charity single, ‘Keep Fighting’.  

MOBO Award-winning gospel artist, Lurine Cato, is the brainchild behind the choir, which marks the start of a year-long project called ‘The Mighty Men Experience’, aiming to celebrate men.

Lurine co-wrote the song with Ian Green. She shared, “‘Keep Fighting’ is a song to uplift, encourage and give hope to men, because there seems to be a rise in negative reporting about men, and those who are role models are not being highlighted enough.” The single is being jointly produced by Green with international hit-maker, Marcus Johnson.

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Singers featured in the choir include MOBO Award-winning gospel artists, Isaiah Raymond and Faithchild, Mark Beswick, Tony Momrelle, Aaron T Aaron, Ibe and Dayo Bello. They were directed by international choir director, Solomon Facey.

‘Keep Fighting’ is due out later this spring; it is part of an initiative being undertaken by Ms Cato to organise a major concert to promote and support men in society. Watch this space for more information.

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HUNDREDS ATTEND RECORDING OF NOEL ROBINSON’S INTEGRITY ALBUM

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Christians from across the UK gathered at the House on the Rock, Tufnell Park, north London, to attend the historic live recording of Noel Robinson’s forthcoming debut album for Integrity Music.

People in attendance included Doug Williams, Denis Wade, Juliet Fletcher, Muyiwa, Graham Kendrick, Faye Simpson and John Fisher.

Noel sang a number of self-penned songs, as well as numbers he had co-written with leading songwriters: Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin, Goziam, Ian Green and Donna Akodu.

Those gathered at the recording have all testified to the worshipful atmosphere, and raved about Noel’s performance. The album, provisionally entitled ‘Outrageous Love’, is scheduled for release in the autumn.

Visit www.noelrobinson.com for more details.

LEADERS EQUIPPED FOR 21ST CENTURY MINISTRY AT NTCG CONFERENCE

Over 500 Christian ministers from across the denominational spectrum were present at the New Testament Church of God’s (NTCG) Pastors and Key Leaders (PKL) Conference, held at Bethel Convention Centre in West Bromwich.

Guest speakers included Dr Hugh Blair, Senior Pastor of COG Baltimore and Bishop Lennox Walker, National Overseer of the COG Canada. Topics covered during the three-day event included ‘Effective Pastoral Ministry’, ‘Using Social Media as an Evangelism Tool’ and ‘Models for Church Growth in the 21st Century’.

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The Leadership Conference was the first Bishop Donald Bolt had attended in his new role as National Overseer of NTCG. He used the PKL to launch his vision document, entitled Mission and Ministry Christ-Centred.  In it, Bishop Bolt touched on seven key areas: Evangelism and Church Planting, Communication, Pastoral Responsibility, Social Responsibility, Discipleship, Organisational Development and Leadership Development.

Lay members will get an opportunity to hear Bishop Bolt present his vision at the National Convention in July.

Visit www.ntcg.org.uk for more details.

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