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Members, friends and families worshiped God in an atmosphere of joy and laughter on Sunday December 14th at one of the most anticipated Carol Concerts, hosted by Daystar Christian Centre.
Themed Joy to the World and held at Plot A3C Ikosi Road, Oregun Ikeja, Lagos, the sold-out concert gathered several thousands of people as the church’s widely celebrated choir, Healing Streams of God, delivered amazing Christmas Carols and electrifying music that cut across languages and cultures.
79-year-old Deborah Fasoyin of the CAC Good Women Choir also treated congregation to beautiful melodies including her ‘Odun lo sopin’ classic. Hosted by popular gospel comedian Holy Mallam, the concert aired live on TV Continental and Kingdom Africa on DSTV with overwhelming feedbacks.
The event reached a memorable high point when the church’s senior pastor Sam Adeyemi officially presented debut album of the Healing Streams of God to the overjoyed crowd. Titled ‘My Help,’ the album has since been described as one of the best gospel collections out of Africa.
For the listening pleasure of your audience, attached is one of the hit tracks from the album – Nigeria Shall Rise Again – featuring Sam Adeyemi. The album is now available on sale in the church premises and also in leading stores nationwide.
Here are some photos from the concert:
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