[Photos] Thriving up and coming gospel ministers honored at Kingdom Honors 2019

It was a time of worship, a time of celebration and definitely, a time of honor bestowed upon hard-working, young and vibrant up and coming individuals in the gospel scene at the second edition of Kingdom Honors.

Though this was the second edition of the awards, the organizers did very well in putting their best foot forward as regards the overall outlook of the event. What most people have come to agree with is that it is not so easy putting an award scheme together.

Kingdom Honors 2019

The event was held at the Youth Auditorium of Perez Chapel Internation on May 11th. Owing to this great stride in successfully putting this together, patrons throng the auditorium to throw their support behind favorite artistes and to worship.

It was an electrifying atmosphere of worship and expression of thanksgiving, turning an awards night basically into a worship session. Different ministrations came through from sensational gospel ministers such as Efe Grace, Kobby Salm, Scott Evans, Royal Chris, Kyei Mensah, Carl Clottey, and many others.

Surprises, the obvious, the known and unknown artistes were awarded on the night to help empower and encourage the youngsters to keep pushing for the gospel as far as music is concerned. Overall most Promising Artiste of the year was won by Efe Grace.


Check out the full list of winner below;

Worship Song Of The Year – Gabe Ackwerh – God Alone Instrumentalist Of the Year – Oppong Jet

Collaboration Of The Year – Healing waters – DC Gracefied Ft Jacquelin Amanfo

Reggae Song Of The Year – His Love – Jake Asare

Most Patronized Event Of The Year – Sifafest – Kwame Gyan

Music Director Of The Year – Nana Quophi TBC

Song Of The Year – Testimony  – Joshua Ahenkorah

Male Vocalist Of The Year – Max Praize

Choir Of The Year – Friends Of God Incorporated

Foreign Based Minister of The Year – Martin Fei

Urban Gospel Art of The Year – Scott Evans

Music Video Of The Year – Nyame Bekyere Kyei Mensah

Female Vocalist – Hadassah Aseye

Mentor Of The Year – Pastor Boachie Yiadom

Overall Most Promising – Efe Grace


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