Gospotainment Celebrates 9th Year Anniversary with A Hangout!

 

To celebrate her 9th year anniversary, Gospotainment Media is inviting all and sundry to The Gospotainment Hangout – A time of talk, relaxation music and networking.

The Hangout would feature:-

Music

Games
Karaoke

Speeches
Barbecue
Interviews and networking.

According to the CEO Mr. Perry Martins  ‘’Since 2009 Gospotainment has consistently served the Gospel music and Christian entertainment community by showcasing, promoting, broadcasting and distributing gospel music and Christian entertainment. This hangout is a time to relax, catch up on old friends and also look back at why we started this movement. We have also invited representatives from the Lagos State Christian Pilgrims board, Andela (A Facebook Company) and BoomPlay Music to come and educate the gospel music community on the future of music business.’’

Some of the speakers billed to speak are:-

Pelumi Akinola Esq of Transsnet Music Limited – She will be speaking on “Digital Distribution and the future of gospel music

Lola Oyedele Esq – (Partner Law firm with Boomplay Music). She will be speaking on “Music Publishing and Gospel Music in Nigeria

Oluwashola Obagbemi, the Senior Communications manager Africa, Andela (A Facebook Company) will be speaking in ’Leveraging New Media Technology for advancing gospel music and inspirational entertainment’’

Date 24th November 2018
Time: 4pm
Venue: The Kulture Yard, No. 2 Aba Johnson crescent, ABC Bustop, Adeniyi Jones, Ikeja, Lagos.

RSVP: 08034951092

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NEW MUSIC: REDEEMER by Golibe || Prod. by Dr. Sirme

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Just three weeks ago, gospel recording artist – Golibe made his debut entry into the gospel music scenery with Chukwuebuka, a song that widely accepted and loved by all those who downloaded and listen to it. In the heat of the moment, Golibe has decided to drop another single titled Redeemer. You can easily call this song a love letter to God because this is exactly what it is.

 

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New Music: He Made A Way – Yinka Alaseyori

 

Yinka Alaseyori has come to hit the gospel music industry with a great and inspiring song title He Made A Way, the crooner of “Alaseyori Mi” made it to limelight after the release of her last album. This song is promising to open your eyes to what God can do through your confession and faith.
Alaseyori made it known saying:
“No matter how hard a steel is, once you continue to hit at a spot one day it will conform to the shape you want it to. Knowing why you want a thing is as important as knowing what you want.
He made a way is not just another gospel song, it is my testimony and testament of what God can do.
Singing is a form of communication and it is not an option for us as believers, it’s a command
“Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God. (Colossians 3:16)” 
I have no doubt in my heart that this song will be used as a tool to pave way for many with closed doors of opportunities in whatever form.”

EVENT: Minister Sam Set For His Album Launch Concert “MARVELLOUS GOD” Nov. 25th

 

Fast-rising Gospel music recording Artiste, Minister Sam is ready for the release of his Sophomore Album titled “Marvelous God “
According to Minister Sam, the album is loaded with great and inspiring songs and some of the hits singles released previously, like, I Will Declare, Marvelous God etc.
The event which is scheduled for 25th November is fully packaged with Album launch concert featuring great gospel music ministers like Tosin Martins, Joshua Israel and a host of others. The venue of the launch concert is RCCG, Cornerstone Parish, Okota, Lagos.
Save the date and plan to attend.

Brent Jones Nominated for 11 Stellar Awards including Artist & CD of the Year!

Artist of the Year
Brent Jones / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

Song of the Year
Brent Jones / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

Male Vocalist of the Year
Brent Jones / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

CD of the Year
Brent Jones / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

Choir of the Year
Brent Jones & the Waco Community Choir / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

Producer of the Year
Producers – Brent Jones, Eddie Brown & Professor James Roberson / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

Contemporary Male Vocalist of the Year
Brent Jones / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

Contemporary CD of the Year
Brent Jones / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

Contemporary Choir of the Year
Brent Jones & the Waco Community Choir / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

Praise & Worship CD of the Year
Brent Jones / “Open Your Mouth and Say Something†/ JDI Records

Special Event CD of the Year
“JDI Records Celebrates 20 Years of Chart-Topping Hits†/ Various Artists / JDI Records

To vote click the link below

Event: The 2019 Annual AACTS Conference

 

 

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I’m calling all pastors, preachers, and leaders!

I don’t know about you, but I have decided to make a difference. The traditional family, led by a father and mother in the home, is almost gone in our community. Society pays a high price for this deterioration of God’s design, but children suffer the most. We must educate our parents to understand the standards God has set up for raising children in this chaotic world. I believe we can make a difference. I’ve decided to make a difference! Will you join me?

On March 13-15, 2019 I want to invite you to join me in Lithonia (Atlanta), GA for our AACTS Annual Conference!

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TIC TOCK! S.O.S. SAVE OUR SOULS. TIME IS RUNNING OUT!

The root cause of many of the social problems challenging the African American community can be traced back to the breakdown of the African American family structure. The increase of female-headed households and the lack of a father figure in the home or extended family contributes to the poor academics performance and problem behaviors of students in school. A father figure is not only important for boys, but research has shown that it is also important in the rearing of girls. There are many ills in the African American community such as high rates of crime, substance abuse, teenage pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, etc.

If we are to answer the SOS (Save Our Souls) signal of the African American community, we must return to our foundation – our faith and sense of community.

The dichotomous mission of the African American church is:

  1. Spiritual
  2. Social

Out of the African American Church came our schools, businesses and social organizations. The African American Church, since integration, has mostly focused on one aspect of it’s mission (spiritual). Only a small percentage of churches embrace it’s responsibility to address the social ills of it’s people. It’s time to come together to develop a plan of action to answer the distressed SOS call coming from African American communities across this nation.

IT’S TIME TO TAKE ACTION!

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It’s Okay


I used to think it was better to bottle up my feelings, because it was the best way of dealing.

Curled up in my bed staring at the ceiling, instead of letting go and let my wounds get healing.

I was told if i hid my pain it will be for my own gain but all it did was drain me.

Then i came to a realization that I am God’s creation. He said i will have tribulation but it’ll be for a little duration.

Because he overcame the world i am free from condemnation. So i will no longer restrain these feelings but rather release and feel peace.

It’s okay to cry I’m human not super human so if that’s what i must do to move on and smile I would and accept it as my new Lifestyle.

 

My Past, My Present.

  i’m over it, not anymore, I’m better now those words have become too familiar because I’ve said them too many times trying to convince myself i was delivered.


Tears I’ve wept those same reasons have crept like all i did was neglect when truly they never left. It feels like my suppressed truth won’t let me be who i want to be, won’t let me grow the way i want to, won’t let me experience true happiness the way I’ve always pictured it because all I feel is on the surface not from within.


I keep striking out when I know i am the one who needs healing. Somehow my past have intertwined with my future leaving me feeling like i need to be sutured. I feel like i am broken in a thousand pieces needing some adhesive.


Might sound just a little redundant but I know that one physician who is there for me in abundance even though half the time I feel like i have been abandoned.


This might seem a bit random but who says the things from the past never comes back to haunt you?

Event: Damola Akiogbe Hosts November 2018 Edition of Where Are Your Accusers tagged “MOCKING MIRACLES”

 

 

Come Sunday, the 25th of November, 2018… It’s another evening of awesome worship and drama as Damola Akiogbe & The Evening Sacrifice hosts the November Edition of Where Are Your Accusers?, and it’s tagged MOCKING MIRACLES!

This is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year and year 2018 will be blessed with 2 editions, the first was held in June to mark the 12th year anniversary of Damola Akiogbe’s ministry.

Where Are Your Accusers is a perfect blend of Worship, Drama and Word. An evening of the Unusual!

Guest Ministers: Titilayo Euba, Jehoshaphat, Pst Chigozie Wisdom

Host: Damola Akiogbe

Venue: Excellence Hotel, Ogba, Lagos.

Date: Sunday, 25th of November, 2018

Time: 4:00pm

More Details on the Event Page: http://bit.ly/mockingmiracles

Brace Up for the Unusual!