RCCG Dominion Cathedral TeensWeek 2nd Service 08/24/14

10593111_644098282355156_4455463261828917564_nRCCG Dominion Cathedral Teens Week which was held at the RCCG Dominion Cathedral yesterday Sunday, August 24th was very touching. As the upcoming Pastor Emmanuel Igbokwe, preached the word of God to the congregation and in fact, everyone was touched by the MESSAGE he delivered. The Youth Choir also performed amazing songs for the preparation of the word.









Amazing Photos: Gospel Singer, Sonnie Badu weds Ann-Marie Davis in London


A pastor or Gospel musician commits no ‘haram’ singing or dancing to secular music in public. And yet on such rare occasions when he does, there is always the element of oddity and a spectacle of shock that greets the atmosphere no matter the occasion.

And when the secular song in question has sexually explicit content the shock, at times turns, into absolute disbelief. But never be in a hurry to judge and indict.

For all you know, the man of God is, and at that opportune time, giving unto Ceasar what was Ceasar’s and later onto God what belongs to God.

That scenario could well describe the wedding atmosphere of Ghana’s Gospel Super star Sonnie Badu who on his spirit filled days opens the heavens with his songs and blesses the saints with the heavenly rains.

On that day and with his newly wedded wife,  Ann-Marie Davis, Sonnie Badu in the couple’s first dance sang and danced to love and what better song choice was there than the rhythmic rendition of Kwabena Kwabena’s Adult Music with Samini.

God is good and he is love. Badu danced to love and with his wife. For years and with his sweet gospel songs, Badu gave to God what belonged to God and on his wedding day he gave love to his wife.

He got busy showing off his love dance skills busily caressing his wife as they both swung and moved to the heavy Adult Music tune.

Watch the video below:

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Golden Girl: Martha Bissah wins Ghana’s first ever Olympic Gold medal


Ghana’s Martha Bissah became the first Ghanaian to win an Olympic gold medal at any level after running a massive personal best and a national record of 2:04.90 to snatch victory in the 800m final at the ongoing Youth Olympics in Nanjing, China on Saturday.


Bissah, who is the reigning national Sea and Shore Circuit 800m Champion, kept pace with an early break-away group before out sprinting them with about 150 meters to end the race.


Bissah won the race in 2.04.90 followed by Ethiopia’s Hawi Alemu Negeri in 2:06.01(PB) while Germany’s Mareen Kalis took third place in 2:06.03.