Kafui Mills-Odoi launches ‘Whispers at Dusk’ experience

Gospel musician Vera Kafui Mills – Odoi is hopeful that her programme ‘Whispers at Dusk’ will to be a blessing to many.

The talented musician launched the ‘Whispers at Dusk’ worship experience last week at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Accra and it brought together several gospel music lovers.

“God works wonders through music and worship and I strongly believe that people who will attend the programme will be blessed abundantly, she said.

Whispers Worship Series is to provide opportunity to rejuvenate, reconnect and rebuild people who are wounded and are in Christ, those who are struggling to get a relationship with Christ and those who have walked and are so tired and wish to hear from God through ‘whispering.’ God speaks with a still soft voice.

The major launch which happened last week was dubbed ‘Whispers at Dusk.’ The whole event was about getting people to focus on God directly, using music to mend the broken hearted and heal souls that are broken and get people back to God to focus on Him directly.

“I would say music serves as that medium of hope and whoever sees music as life, sees it as the medication for rejuvenation. Music is something that is very important and will continue to be in existence because even Lucifer, when he was in heaven, was into music and so music is the core part of life and worship,” she said.

Aside music, Kafui is the project director of a five-year project called Youth Inclusive Entrepreneurial Development Initiative for Employment (YIEDIE). It is aimed at creating opportunities in Ghana’s construction sector for economically disadvantage youth between the ages of 17 to 24 years.

The beautiful songstress has performed at various shows including the Panafest Festival of Music and Arts in Abidjan and also at the Festival for Theatre and Development held in Burkina Faso.

She is gradually becoming a force to reckon with when it comes to delivering of spirit-filled gospel songs.

The product of Wesley Girls and the University of Cape Coast (UCC) is also the host of Counselling Hour on Sunny FM, which is aired every Saturday from 7am to 8am.

 

By: Kwame Dadzie/citifmonline.com/Ghana

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