All for love

Kingdom Arts Ministry concluded its week of activities with a worship night at New Dimensions Ministries where souls were touched by inspirational music and messages.

Dubbed All for Love, the worship service began with intercessory prayer leaders Shernel Williams and Galeen Bovell praying for a total healing for the island and for love to reign in the hearts of its citizens.

Members of the audience enjoying the call to worship session.

That was followed by a call to worship session which was led by Reverend Ronalston Wiggins of World Transformational Ministries International, during which up-tempo, impactful songs were sung, as a trio of dancers wearing gold robes, waving flags and beating tambourines moved on stage.

Members of the audience thoroughly enjoyed that segment as they praised God and spoke in tongues.

Following the worship session, Ronson Small performed a spoken word piece entitled For The Love. However, there was also a little twist. For the first half, Small used the traditional rhyming scheme to testify about his love for Jesus. The piece resonated with the audience, with many of them shouting “Amen” and “Hallelujah” as he performed. Small then transitioned into a song that he said had been on his heart since last year which had the entire audience in awe as he beautifully rendered it acapella.

Kingdom Arts also launched its second Extended Play (EP) CD entitled Beautiful, featuring three songs: Teach Me The Way of LoveSound Of Your Voice and One Thing, all written by Tao Howard and Alicia Cheltenham and put a fresh spin on how gospel music is traditionally expected to sound.  The one that really captivated the audience was One Thing, which was sung by Kaywanna Marshall. It was catchy and after one try, members of the audience were singing along with her.

Alicia Cheltenham sings a self-penned song.

However, it was Pastor John Yarde who really got the crowd moving as he sang one of the songs from his newly released album. Members of the audience sang along and worshipped with him.

If the reaction of the audience was anything to go by, then Kingdom Arts Night of Worship was truly a success.

The ministry is the brainchild of Kevin and Sheldene Campbell.

Sheldene told Barbados TODAY that although it is a new ministry, she was pleased with the response thus far.

Kingdom Arts will be seeking to utilize music to build and expand their ministry in the years to come.

Source: (Lashawna Griffith)

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