A heartfelt revival in East End

The Revival Gospel concert held recently
at East End Heritage Field ranged from guns to glory.

At least 250 people attended the
free show, according to organiser Margaret Branch Bennett. The event included
singing and dancing, as well as vocal performances by local artists and
performers from New Jersey and Barbados.

According to the organiser,
well-known musician Hoszia Hinds impacted the audience when he ministered and
spoke about his former life. The one-time gang member carried firearms and took
drugs before he was saved.

The Bajan also takes his ministry
overseas.

He sang several songs, including
Lord I’m Thirsty, which were well-received by the audience. He explained that
once he found the Lord, things started to change for him.  Now he is happily married and has given his
life fully to the Lord and spreading the Gospel internationally through song.
Mr. Hinds then started to preach in tongues and his testimony touched the
audience.

Brother Paul McKenzie took the
microphone and called all the people who were married to come forward while he
prayed for them.

Hopeton Willis, a Jamaican Gospel
artist, also sang a number of songs.

People interested in buying
CDs/DVDs of the Revival Gospel concert can contact Ms Branch Bennett, at
917-7705 or [email protected] Proceeds of the DVD/CD sales will go to
the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.

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