By Oto-Obong Clement
Gospel music is a means employed by evangelists to bring mankind back to God says Sacred Music International (SMI) President, Joshua Eyo at the launching of their second studio album Sunday, in Calabar.
Joshua whose group is an over 200 membered ministry said that the 12 year old ministry’s vision is vested with the mandate of bringing men back to God and announced he was delighted at the turnout for the launching of the album titled “Able God”.
Describing the launch as “a dream come true”, he told CrossRiverWatch that the main message from the album is “Whatever you are going through today, believe God is able to do exceedingly and abundantly no matter the challenges and economic crisis”
Also, he stressed that the album which has 9 tracks is loaded with good songs and disclosed he feels great when he sees people connect with God through music, especially songs sung and performed by SMI.
The album is available Dunamis International Gospel Centre along Mayne Avenue in Calabar.
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