When Lord Kenya became born-again at the height of his career, many were those who thought it was going to be a nine-day wonder but he has proven his critics wrong and held on strongly all these years.
This month is exactly eight years since he gave his life to Christ and the Man of God says it’s been a very humbling experience for him.
“It hasn’t been easy, every week there is something new coming up. It has never been smooth but God has been with me and that makes it humbling,” he told Showbiz on Tuesday, October 16.
According to Lord Kenya, there will always be challenges, but after all, is said and done, God has been very faithful.
“When you are born-again, your spirit is born-again but your soul is not born-again and that comes with its own challenges but in all of this we give thanks to God,” he said.
To celebrate his eighth anniversary, Lord Kenya has put together a programme dubbed, “Eight Years in Eight Days” and it kicks off on Saturday, October 20 with a float through the principal streets of Kumasi in the morning.
The anniversary will be officially launched on Sunday, October 21 during church service at the Face of Grace Covenant Temple, near Ahodwo Melcom, Kumasi.
The youth will not be left out of the celebration as there will be a Youth Inter-Community Quiz on Monday, October 22, among the churches in the area at the Face of Grace Convenant Temple at 5pm.
Women Fellowship Day comes off at the church’s premises on Tuesday, October 23 at 5pm, then there is Word Explosion on Wednesday and Thursday at 5pm sharp.
Grace Praise with Prayer, which is an all night service will take place on Friday, October 26 from 9pm to 4am. On Sunday, October 28, there will be church service at 8am and the climax in the evening at 5pm.
Speakers at the event will be Bishop O.A. Bernard of the Praise Valley Temple from Holland, Pastor Lawyer William Kusi of Dominion Chambers and the host, Reverend Evangelist Lord Kenya.
There will be song ministration from the likes of Cindy Thompson, Noble Nketsia, Jack Alolome, Paa Boateng, Reverend Enoch Akwaboah, Face of Grace Minstrels among others.
Lord Kenya encouraged everyone to be part of the celebration. “I urge everyone to be part of this blessing-filled celebration, nobody should be left out, come and be blessed”.